Malcolm Turnbull's new building laws will make it harder for our kids to get apprenticeships and mean more 457 visa workers on our construction sites.
Last Friday after the close of business the Anti-Dumping Commission quietly announced the Government was terminating anti-dumping import duties which had been levied against one of South-East Asia’
CFMEU members, their families and community should be proud of the massive show of force at the rally for the mill in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Saturday May 6
March for Jobs with JusticeFrom Victoria Square Sth to Light Square
Speeches, music, food, drink and kids entertainment
10am for 10.30am start
The CFMEU today congratulated the Victorian Government for leading the way in how we respond to the crisis facing many communities like the Latrobe Valley, with the closure of major energy assets l
Thousands of people are expected to
Australian workers are under attack.
Malcolm Turnbull has:
by Dave Noonan CFMEU National Assistant Secretary
The following letter was sent from CFMEU National Secretary to Australia's Foreign Minister, in support of the Timor Sea Justice Campaign.
A global report on the construction industry cites Australia as a case study of improved productivity and directly contradicts the Turnbull Government’s continued falsehoods about the industry in A
Authorised by Michael O'Connor, National Secretary,165 Bouverie Street Carlton 3053