The CFMEU has welcomed news that WorkSafe Victoria has laid three charges against builder Vcon/Element Five relating to a 69 year old painter killed by a fall on their Merricks North winery site a
The CFMEU became aware approximately four years ago that some individuals had produced apparel with a CFMEU logo and the words " Who Dares Wins."
In a matter listed for call-over in the ACT Supreme Court today, the CFMEU w
Apprentices and trainees across Queensland are set to receive tens of millions of dollars in back pay after the Federal Court today ruled to dismiss a judicial review brought by group training orga
The Turnbull Government’s proposed legislation to control worker entitlement funds could lead to the loss of apprentice jobs, and erode the union movement’s ability to deliver vital industry health
The Turnbull Government’s refusal to support a ban on the importation of the cladding material responsible for the deadly Grenfell Tower disaster is putting the lives of construction workers and re
The CFMEU has welcomed the resignation of the head of the Australian Building and Construction Commission, Nigel Hadgkiss.
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