The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division has welcomed the Queensland Parliament’s passage of new laws that ban 100% FIFO workers on major mini
Two tragic wall collapse incidents occurred on Wednesday 16th August in Sydney. Both were domestic/residential housing sites and both were preventable.
Fury as Glencore stops Oaky North miners from returning to work today
The CFMEU today said it would launch a fresh campaig
Multinational mining giant Glencore has posted a massive half yearly profit as it locks out 190 miners in Oaky North, Queensland, for a further 11 days.
In a betrayal of working Australians, the Senate crossbench has supported the Turnbull Government’s anti-worker Building Code, firmly aligning themselves with the Liberal Party’s war on workers.
On 7 August 1994 at about 11.30pm a massive explosion at Moura No. 2 mine took the lives of 11 mineworkers.
Women union members and activists today led a protest against violence in the workplace.
The target of the protest was construction company, Element Five/VCON.
The creation of one of Australia’s most progressive unions is one step closer with the formal lodging of merger documents with the Fair Work Commission.
In a major win for the CFMEU, the Fair Work Commission has rejected the application by a major employers group to extend the casual employment provisions in the Black Coal award to Production and E