The Federal Court has slammed the ABCC for misrepresenting evidence in court proceedings and a media release which resulted in a CFMEU organiser being falsely accused in national media of making a
Figures released by the ABCC show the construction industry regulator has hit individual workers with more in fines and penalties than they have levied against employers since the organisation was
Scott Morrison's plan to allow children to drive forklifts is a reckless and dangerous idea that will put workers at risk of injury and death and must be rejected by the states.
CFMEU recovers millions in lost wages while regulator refuses to act
The Morrison Government needs to scrap rules that ban apprentice ratios on government jobs and increase investment in local skills training in the wake of projected workforce supply issues identifi
Plasterboard manufacturer USG Boral has issued a warning to customers that some of their fire-rated plasterboard products may be contaminated with asbestos.
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