The CFMEU is today calling for a royal commission into Australia's big banks, after further revelations of gross misconduct and scandal in the banking sector.
The case against ACT CFMEU Secretary Dean Hall will not be pursued by the DPP as it has fallen outside the statutory time period.
None of the arguments put up by the Liberal Government in support of the ABCC stack up, according to the CFMEU.
The CFMEU has today condemned the Federal Government’s plan to reform illegal logging regulations that will weaken the timber industry and spell disaster for local jobs.
The CFMEU has welcomed the decision of ‘not guilty’ in the Downing Street Local court in Sydney today in relation to a criminal charge laid against official Michael Greenfield by the Fair Work Buil
CFMEU LODGING COMPLAINT WITH OMBUDSMAN OVER CONDUCT OF FWBC
The CFMEU has welcomed a decision by the Commonwealth Department of Public Prosecutions not to pursue charges against Queensland official, Andrew Sutherland over an industrial issue from three year
The CFMEU condemns the Federal Government for falling asleep at the wheel and putting the lives of the community at risk.
Workers in Newcastle will rally today at 1pm at the Tomago smelter following news that yet another vessel crewed by locals is leaving the Australian coast.
Ask yourself this; would you expect to be charged without any evidence against you?
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