Senator Derryn Hinch’s backflip in relation to the ABCC is a cowardly act that reveals he is in the pocket of property developers and construction companies, according to the CFMEU.
The Master Builders Associations latest embarrassing error proves that they have lost touch with their members and are instead focused solely on an ideological war with the CFMEU, the union’s AC
The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division today pledged to use all its resources to fight “a shocking” decision by the Fair Work Commission on Friday that would cost tens of thousands of coal industry e
The Australian Border Force is hopelessly under resourced to intercept the arrival in Australia of illegal asbestos products and other dangerous non-conforming building products, a Senate inquiry w
On the 70th anniversary of the historic Miners Federation campaign to eradicate the deadly Black Lung disease from Australia’s coal industry, our CFMEU has welcomed the Queensland Government’s intr
The Fair Work Commission has failed in in its duty to consider the circumstances of workers in its decision to terminate the Loy Yang power plant enterprise bargaining agreement, CFMEU Mining and E
An apparently red-faced Hutchinson Builders have spent the first week of 2017 cleaning up after another near miss on one of their projects.
Workers in AGL’s Loy Yang power plant will be taking protected industrial action on 28 December.
Workers at Kimberley Clark who make Huggies nappies are fighting to retain their pay and conditions following demands from the company that new workers take a 25% pay cut.
The CFMEU is calling on the Australian Building and Construction Commission to reveal how much taxpayers’ money they have wasted in courts in their latest ideological battle against the union.