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Progress of FCV “slave ships” Bill is good news – but much work remains to be done.

The Maritime Union of New Zealand says the progress of the “slave ships” Bill in the New Zealand Parliament is good news – but much work remains to be done.

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Maritimes magazine Autumn 2014 now online

This edition of the Maritimes magazine covers the new Regional Maritime Federation, the offshore oil and gas industry, the 2014 Interport sports competition and much more.

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Maritime unions gather to strengthen South Pacific unionism

Maritime Unions have met in Auckland to work towards a Regional Maritime Federation to build union strength throughout the South Pacific.

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National mobilisation against TPPA on Saturday 29 March: 15 towns & cities

A national day of action to stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will take place on Saturday 29 March 2014.

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Ratification of global fisheries agreement a positive step

The Maritime Union says the ratification of a new global fisheries agreement by the New Zealand Government is positive news, but New Zealand still has a long way to go to fix systemic problems in the fishing sector.

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War on the Wharves 3

For the first time, a squad of MUNZ members from the north to the south will be facing off against their MUA comrades in the South Pacific’s premiere maritime boxing fixture.

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Serious incident on fishing vessel confirms fears

A serious injury to a Government fisheries observer shows the clean up of the fishing industry is not moving fast enough.

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Sorrow at death of Lyttelton watersider

Maritime Union calls for meeting with port employers and Government agencies to discuss health and safety concerns.

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