5 October 2015, 8:22am
The announcement by Immigration Minister Peter Dutton regarding the availability of 1500 Work and Holiday visas (Subclass 462) has made a mockery of Malcolm Turnbull's promise of a "new and consult
Workers from Australian Paper’s mill at Maryvale helda demonstration on Friday 11 September outside the Australia China Business Council’s forum in Traralgon.
The miners' union is holding its 20th annual Memorial Day Service this Sunday to commemorate the nearly two thousand lives lost in mine accidents in our region's coalmines.
Shoalhaven Paper Mill employees embark on an exciting Job Ready program at TAFE Illawarra Nowra on Monday 31 August, 2015 to enhance their skills for future employment opportunities.
A poll of voters in the seat of Canning found that more people in the electorate oppose the China Australia Free Trade Agreement (CHaFTA) than support it.
Workers at AngloAmerican’s Capcoal mine near Middlemount are reeling today after they were told that 85 secure jobs would go despite employees achieving all the set production records at the mine,
The Abbott Government – through its partisan building industry watchdog, the FWBC - is pursuing the CFMEU at a four day trial starting in Adelaide today, for going onto a work site to conduct an EB
Plans to undertake a taxpayer funded advertising campaign on the China Australia Free Trade Agreement highlight the failure of the Abbott Government to sell its own policies to the Australian peopl
The CFMEU has welcomed the decision today of the Senate in the Federal Parliament to vote down the bill to reestablish the ABCC.
Authorised by Michael O'Connor, National Secretary,165 Bouverie Street Carlton 3053