A dispute years in the making between Boom Logistics and its workers at mobile crane yards in Port Kembla, Singleton and Carrington has been resolved after a concerted union campaign that saw worke
In a finding with ramifications for every construction site around the country, The South Australian Coroner has recommended that spotters be used whenever scissor lifts are operated on constructio
On Thursday, 1 November 2018, the South Australian Coroner will hand down the findings of the inquest into the death of Jorge Castillo-Riffo, who was killed on the Royal Adelaide Hospital building
The CFMEU National Construction Secretary Dave Noonan has condemned threats by the ABCC to fine construction workers up to $42,000 for participating in next week’s Change the Rules political protes
The Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union last night called close to 500,000 Australian households detailing its concerns about the Morrison Government's plan to rush legislation i
In a formal submission to the coronial inquest into the death of construction worker Jorge Castillo-Riffo, his widowed partner Pam Gurner-Hall has called for the establishment of a new, independent
A concreting subsidiary company of construction giant Boral, De Martin and Gasparini, has been ordered to pay a $30,000 fine to the CFMEU for breaching the Fair Work Act last year.
A man has died, another is fighting for his life and a third has been injured in an industrial accident on the corner of Watts Street and Whitehorse Road in Box Hill.
The Full Federal Court has today upheld a decision that casual workers are entitled to paid leave if they work in on-going, regular arrangements.
Glencore is one mining company among many announcing great profits on the back of sharply higher mineral prices since mid-2016.