The CFMEU is calling on the cross bench Senators to reject the ABCC bill and the building code attached to it in order to stop the return of WorkChoices.
The CFMEU has renewed its call for a Royal Commission into Banks, vowing to step up its campaign to push for the inquiry, calling on the Senate to stand up and be counted.
Another critical week in the senate for the ABCC, and like clockwork, another round of charges has been dragged up from the past for re-examination.
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) will lead a campaign to overturn a disgraceful decision by the Banyule Council in Victoria to destroy local jobs by sourcing their paper
Today the CFMEU Mining and Energy Division called on Ian Macfarlane, the incoming Chief Executive of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), to mark his first day on the job by committing to adequa
The closure of Hazelwood power station and mine, an employer of nearly 1,000 people, marks a critical point for the Latrobe Valley.
Today the Federal Court proceeding brought by the Director of Fair Work Building and Construction (FWBC), Nigel Hadgkiss against former CFMEU organiser Mick Powell was dismissed.
Following the announcement of almost 1,000 job losses with the closure of Hazelwood, the CFMEU Mining and Energy division called on the Federal Government to immediately devise and fully fund a nat
German Creek workers will today be joined by Scabby the Rat, who’s descended on Middlemount to take advantage of Anglo American’s mistreatment of workers and apply for a job at the German Creek min
The collapse of Bob Day’s company, Home Australia, shines a light on what is a serious and common problem in the construction industry, according to the CFMEU.
Authorised by Michael O'Connor, National Secretary, 540 Elizabeth St Melbourne Vic 3000