An eighth case of Black Lung disease has been publicly confirmed today, making it the second coalmine worker in less than a week to be diagnosed with the deadly disease.
The $170,000 fine imposed on John Holland by the Federal Court in Brisbane over the death of a worker in 2011 at the Airport Link Tunnel site is a ‘slap on the wrist’ according to the CFMEU.
The CFMEU have won another court battle against the Fair Work Building Commission (FWBC) in the Federal Court over the Commission’s attempts to inspect the union’s membership records.
The CFMEU had yet another win in the Federal Court in Brisbane on Friday over a Fair Work Building Commission (FWBC) Notice to Produce.
Boosting apprenticeships levels through government mandate quotas would help young people into long term and successful careers in the construction industry while addressing the shortfall of skille
The CFMEU have called on Mr Hadgkiss to resign as director of the Fair Work Building Commission (FWBC) and seek pre-selection for the Liberal Party, following his address to the AiG yesterday while
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union has labelled as a “national disgrace” the Government’s plan to use imported ballot paper in the upcoming federal election.
The Full Court of the Federal Court has comprehensively rejected an FWBC case launched against the CFMEU and its officials, in a unanimous decision handed down yesterday.
The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union calls on workers everywhere to speak out on health and safety issues to mark International Workers’ Memorial Day.