The Maritime Union has spent over $1million fighting the Ports of Auckland but int he process continues to break the law over the filing of accounts.
David Williams at NBR writes:
The Ports of Auckland industrial dispute has cost the Maritime Union more than $1 million.
Asked if the dispute had hit $1 million, the union’s national president, Garry Parsloe, told NBR ONLINE: “Yes, it’s over that.”
But, the union would do it all again, he says, adding: “It’s something we had to do.” …
The union is an incorporated society, with obligations to file annual accounts. However, the public hasn’t been able to see the union’s legal costs for the past two financial years because it is yet to file its accounts. Read more »