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Port Unions Condemn Plan to Slash Jobs at Port Otago

The two main waterfront unions have condemned a proposal to slash 12 jobs at Port Otago.

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New Zealand workers rally in support of Mexican workers

New Zealand union representatives will rally on Thursday 17 February 2011 outside the Mexican Embassy in Wellington at 12.30pm in support of Mexican workers’ rights as part of an international week of solidarity actions.

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Winning in the world’s ports

In every corner of the globe, dock workers’ unions are organising. A film produced for the ITF dockers section conference at the ITF 42nd Congress.

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Maritime workers support student campaign

The Maritime Union is supporting the Save Our Services campaign by New Zealand students to stop voluntary student membership (VSM) of student associations.

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Employment law changes will create backlash against Government

The Maritime Union of New Zealand has vowed to go on the offensive against employment law changes pushed through by the National Government.

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Global mining and maritime unions meet in Auckland

Leading international mining and maritime unions representing millions of workers around the world are meeting in Auckland.

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National anti-worker attack will be resisted

The Maritime Union of New Zealand says National’s announcement of attacks on workers rights will be fought hard.

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Police surveillance a waste of time and money

The Maritime Union says police have better things to do than expending major resources on running surveillance operations on union pickets and political groups.

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