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.
The Royal Commission into trade unions should be shut down immediately following revelations that Commissioner Dyson Heydon accepted an invitation to be the guest speaker at a Liberal Party fundrai
The arrest of ACT CFMEU organiser Johnny Lomax for negotiating a pay rise heralds a dark chapter in Australian industrial relations, according to the CFMEU.
A national television advertising campaign highlighting flaws in the Abbott Government's recently signedfree trade agreement with China will begin airing from tonight, warning that the deal will le
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