Thursday 14th September 2017
The CFMEU has welcomed the resignation of the head of the Australian Building and Construction Commission, Nigel Hadgkiss.
The Construction, Forestry Mining and Energy Union has welcomed the call for a total Australian ban on dangerous cladding by a Senate Committee Inquiry into the highly flammable and life-threatenin
A Court has found that management of a Boral concreting subsidiary, De Martin and Gasparini, acted illegally in threatening to make its workers redundant because they didn’t have an agreement that
CFMEU WELCOMES QLD GOVERNMENT CRACKDOWN ON UNSAFE BUILDING PRODUCTS: CALLS ON LNP FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO FOLLOW SUIT
The NSW Government’s workplace safety regulator has ordered Sunshine Sugar, which operates three sugar mills in northern NSW, to isolate asbestos contaminated areas of the comp
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