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.
The Australian Building and Construction Commission has been dealt another embarrassing blow today with the Federal Court dismissing all claims against the CFMEU and its’ officials in a claim that
Kay Catanzariti’s son Ben was killed on a construction site in 2012.
The CFMEU has supported her fight for justice…
Two major trade unions have slammed the federal government’s construction industry regime as ineffective as they launch an application in the Fair Work Commission to recover the entitlements of 850
Early this morning the CFMEU received notice that Laing O’Rourke were immediately relinquishing their tanks project contract at the $34 billion Ichthys LNG Plant over a pay dispute between Laing
The Turnbull Government’s Building Code has been used on Victoria’s Sky Rail and Tullamarine Upgrade to block efforts by the CFMEU to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appea
Workers around Australia will be protesting on March 9 against Turnbull’s assault on working people.
The CFMEU has declared its readiness to fight the war being waged on battlers by corporate giants and the Turnbull Government.
The high rate of injuries among apprentices and young workers in the ACT will increase under the ABCC laws that were passed recently in Federal Parliament, according to the CFMEU.