The CFMEU is calling for an inquiry into the Australian Federal Police and the Joint Union Taskforce which arose from the discredited Heydon Royal Commission after yet another anti-union investigat
The ABCC represented the last vestiges of John Howard’s Workchoices agenda and its abolition today marks the end of that era’s divisive anti-worker legacy.
ABCC witness warned over self-incriminating evidence
The resignation letter of former NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler, tabled in the NSW Parliament last week, raises serious questions about relationships between the LNP and property develope
A report commissioned by the Master Builders and released during the election campaign warning of extraordinary economic impacts of abolishing the ABCC has been exposed as “empirically empty and us
The CFMEU condemns Peter Dutton’s shrill and hysterical attacks on the union and his ongoing vilification of Australian construction workers.
The CFMEU welcomes the decision of the Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke to rescind the Liberal Party’s Construction Code.
The ABCC is refusing to give access to documents detailing the agency's interactions with the Master Builders in the lead up to the 2019 election, raising concerns of a cover-up.
The ABCC significantly ramped up the number of anti-union court cases launched in the months leading into the last two federal elections, further highlighting the agency's politicisation and bias a
Documents obtained under Freedom of Information have revealed ABCC Commissioner Stephen McBurney attended a secret meeting in February with the Master Builders to discuss the upcoming election and