Thursday 14th September 2017
The Turnbull Government has been dealt a major blow in the Federal Court today after the head of its building industry watchdog, Nigel Hadgkiss admitted breaching the legislation he is meant to enf
CFMEU WELCOMES QLD GOVERNMENT CRACKDOWN ON UNSAFE BUILDING PRODUCTS: CALLS ON LNP FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO FOLLOW SUIT
Fury as Glencore stops Oaky North miners from returning to work today
Hunter Valley coal mineworkers from seven Glencore operations are set to return to work tomorrow following a four day protected action stoppage over Glencore’s persistent refusal to negotiate a fai
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.
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.
CFMEU handed over a cheque for $20,000 foll
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.