The CFMEU congratulates members at the Myrtleford Ply Mill, who have stood together for a fair go, on successfully voting down the unfair agreement proposed by their employer Carter Holt Harvey.
The Australian Border Force has made 40 detections of products laced with deadly asbestos so far this year, a threefold increase on 2015-2016 figures.
The CFMEU today called on Minster Anthony Lynham to resign or be sacked by the Premier after his insensitive and inadequate response to the Queensland Inquiry into black lung disease, including que
A week after miners went on strike at the Oaky North Lodge, Glencore has continued their unreasonable approach to key problems with their proposed enterprise agreement which would strip workers’ of
The Federal Court has today ruled that the CFMEU should be fined for holding a peaceful protest on the Perth Children’s Hospital construction site in 2013.
The Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union has labeled the shock announcement today by Carter Holt Harvey that it would close its Morwell softwood mill within three months and make 160 worke
The Queensland Government today accepted a dirty deal that allows three mining bosses to walk free after their involvement in the fatality of coal mineworker Mr Ian Downes.
Malcolm Turnbull's announcement of the abolition of the 457 Visa scheme will not end the rorting of temporary work visas according to the CFMEU.
The CFMEU welcomes SA Premier Jay Weatherill’s announcement that there will be a Coroner’s Inquiry into the workplace death of construction worker Jorge Castillo-Riffo, and an inquiry into the l