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 unionâ€™s national president, Garry Parsloe, told NBR ONLINE: â€śYes, itâ€™s over that.â€ť
But, the union would do it all again, he says, adding: â€śItâ€™s something we had to do.â€ť …
The union is an incorporated society, with obligations to file annual accounts. However, the public hasn’t been able to see the unionâ€™s legal costs for the past two financial years because it is yet to file its accounts.Â Read more »