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
Timber workers of Heyfield have welcomed the announcement that the Andrews Government has bought the timber mill at Heyfield.
The CFMEU has welcomed Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s plea for PM Turnbull to act to save the town of Myrtleford.
CFMEU handed over a cheque for $20,000 foll
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