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
ACT Chief Minister, Andrew Barr MLA, will join CFMEU Construction workers on the Morris Dickson construction site in Dickson will launch a fundraising appeal for the Children’s Ward at Canberra Hos
As Latrobe Valley workers from Engie’s Hazelwood power plant prepare to walk off site today, the CFMEU Mining and Energy Division is calling on state governments across Australia to take the situat
As my partner Jorge left for work on the 27th of November 2014 he told me - as he always did - that he loved me.
The recently released report by Safe Work Australia shows that the ACT is the least safe jurisdiction in Australia to work, with injury rates in the private sector increasing by 25.5 percent since
Malcolm Turnbull's new building laws will make it harder for our kids to get apprenticeships and mean more 457 visa workers on our construction sites.