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  1. Bill says:

    surprised no picket was put up accros the line so those nasty s*abs couldnt cross. Or Tauranga guys didn’t black Aucklands work’

  2. Socialist Appeal fully supports MUNZ in fighting back against casualisation of the wharfies. This is an attempt to take the industry back to the dark ages, where workers have no rights at work.

    This is without doubt an overtly political move orchestrated by the management to bust the union and as a way of making other workers feeling frieghtened for their jobs.

    Naturally the government wants to privatise the port and their property speculator robber barons would dearly like to get their grubby hands on the Auckland waterfront.

    Support the Auckland Wharfies
    No to Casualisation
    No to Privatisation
    Nationalisation of ports under workers control and management
    AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL

  1. January 19, 2012

    […] The dispute began a few years back when the management started contracting out shuttle jobs. The union fought it and the management backed off. But it wasn’t over; Tony Gibson, the Port’s CEO, and his board have an agenda to smash the union and casualise the port operations. Read the background in the MUNZ fact sheet here. […]

  2. January 26, 2012

    […] The dispute began a few years back when the management started contracting out shuttle jobs. The union fought it and the management backed off. But it wasn’t over; Tony Gibson, the Port’s CEO, and his board have an agenda to smash the union and casualise the port operations. Read the background in the MUNZ fact sheet here. […]

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