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
A one-month ban on tendering for government work issued to one Queensland construction company and a formal warning issued to another that went into receivership after failing to pay subcontractors
Construction apprentices will be shortchanged by a Federal Budget that does nothing to improve declining apprenticeship completion rates and the low take up of apprentices on government jobs, warns
Benny Carslake has died this morning in Adelaide aged 74.
Benny was one of the giants of the CFMMEU and the Australian trade union movement.
The Morrison Government has given a green light to wage theft and further casualisation of the workforce in securing passage of a gutted version of their IR Omnibus Bill through the Senate today.
Multinational construction giant CIMIC Group must hand back the $20 million it took in JobKeeper in light of revelations the company made $620 million in profits and delivered more than $468 millio