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Aggrieved parties still circling MUA over bans on Sydney docks

The prospect of Qube Logistics and Patrick Stevedores pursuing the MUA over bans on loading and unloading containers at Port Botany remains alive despite the companies' failure to start proceedings during a Federal Court hearing this morning.

FWC to hear Patrick bid for anti-strike orders next week

FWC Deputy President Anna Booth told Patrick and the MUA today that she is prepared to sit until midnight next Wednesday to hear and determine the stevedore's application for s418 orders to halt alleged industrial action at its Port Botany container terminal, while the company claims it will pursue the union for losses of up to half a million dollars a day.

Court extends order halting docks stoppage

The Federal Court has today extended ex parte orders to stop Patrick employees from taking industrial action at the company's Port Botany container terminal.

Judge notes members recruited unions into dispute; imposes big fine

The Federal Court has acknowledged in imposing more than $100,000 in fines on the AMWU, AWU and CFMEU and their organisers for taking unlawful industrial action and adverse action against Australian Paper that the unions only became involved when they "properly responded to the workers' needs".

Kane walkouts earn massive penalty for CFMEU, officials

The Federal Court has today imposed almost $600,000 in fines on the CFMEU and 10 officials for organising two days of industrial action at nine Kane Constructions sites three years ago.