The CFMEU Construction and General Division condemns yesterday’s use of the Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance by a mob demonstrating against vaccination.
The CFMMEU condemns in the strongest possible terms the attack on the CFMEU Victorian Branch office and the mindless acts of violence perpetrated by members of the mob.
The collapse of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's cartel case against the CFMEU ACT and Secretary Jason O'Mara raises serious questions about the ACCC's behaviour in the matter a
Attempts by the ABCC to prevent fines imposed on construction workers being paid through crowdfunding is an extraordinary abuse of state power from a vindictive regulator, ideologically driven to h
A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has thrown out an earlier decision by Commissioner Bruce Williams to approve an agreement which would have cut workers’ pay to $200 below the minimum legal
Coalition insider Graeme Watson is reported as saying the Government will bring back the anti-worker Ensuring Integrity Bill, defeated in parliament in 2019.
A Federal Court judge has slammed the ABCC, describing one of its claims as "bordering on the improper" during the prosecution of a CFMEU delegate who raised safety concerns about inadequate first
The High Court has denied an ABCC challenge to a Federal Court decision which exonerated CFMEU officials over a dispute at a Melbourne building site that failed to provide separate toilet amenities
Scott Morrison’s dirty deal on superannuation means some workers in construction may not be covered by the death and TPD insurance they need in a hazardous industry, warns the CFMEU.
The collapse of construction and property company Pindan Group which has gone into administration owing up to $100 million to workers, subcontractors and creditors shows the urgent need for statuto