Today the CFMEU Mining and Energy Division slammed mining giant Anglo American for advertising for new casual positions at the German Creek coal mine in the same week it is expected to make 83 perm
Today the Federal Court proceeding brought by the Director of Fair Work Building and Construction (FWBC), Nigel Hadgkiss against former CFMEU organiser Mick Powell was dismissed.
Following the announcement of almost 1,000 job losses with the closure of Hazelwood, the CFMEU Mining and Energy division called on the Federal Government to immediately devise and fully fund a nat
The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division is calling on AGL to stop threatening Victoria’s power supply and immediately bargain in good faith to resolve the impasse in its Latrobe Valley dispute.
In the last three weeks, the Australian construction industry has been rocked by the deaths of five workers.
The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division is today calling for tough new laws to punish employers found guilty of fatal negligence, following reports Anglo Coal has pleaded guilty to the death of Paul M
German Creek workers will today be joined by Scabby the Rat, who’s descended on Middlemount to take advantage of Anglo American’s mistreatment of workers and apply for a job at the German Creek min
Collapse of Bob Day’s company highlights serious problem in construction industry
The Fair Work Building Commission has come under criticism by the CFMEU for its continued partisan behaviour following the tabling of its annual report in Parliament last week.
The CFMEU has reiterated calls for the corporate regulator to toughen its approach to companies who wilfully rip off workers and small businesses in the construction industry, in the wake of the Ta