The CFMEU National Construction Division is calling for urgent national action on silicosis after revelations that 1-in-5 Queensland stone workers tested positive to the potentially fatal disease.
Shocking Senate testimony by officials from the ABCC confirms the regulator is not fit for purpose and is failing to police the wage theft, sham contracting and breaches of awards and conditions th
Construction Employment Training and Welfare Limited as Trustee for Creative Safety Initiatives Trust RTO ID 88216 have become the first training provider in Australia to develop and obtain nationa
On behalf of the entire membership of the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union, I wish to express my condolences to all of those who have been impacted by the bushfires across Aus
Unions have described the Federal Government’s tripling of the number of Polish citizens eligible to work in Australia on Working Holiday Visas as a kick in the guts to local unemployed workers.
New independent economic research shows a lack of expertise has seen Australian governments waste $10.8 billion in the last ten years, with warnings of a further $5 billion set to be wasted in the
The CFMEU National Construction Secretary has laid the blame for skills shortages and drop in apprentice numbers at the door of the Morrison Government.
Morrison Government negotiations to access America's fuel reserve an inadequate stop-gap that does little to protect Australia’s fuel security
The latest quarterly report from Australian Building and Construction Commission shows that in total the regulator has wasted around half-a-million taxpayer dollars on frivolous court action in the
Workers at asbestos removal company GBAR Australia have been threatened via text message that their jobs may not be there unless they agree to the company’s pay offer.