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
The Construction, Forestry Mining and Energy Union has welcomed the call for a total Australian ban on dangerous cladding by a Senate Committee Inquiry into the highly flammable and life-threatenin
A Court has found that management of a Boral concreting subsidiary, De Martin and Gasparini, acted ill
In a betrayal of working Australians, the Senate crossbench has supported the Turnbull Government’s anti-worker Building Code, firmly aligning themselves with the Liberal Party’s war on workers.
Safety concerns over friable asbestos found during a major renovation of the Sydney Opera House have escalated this morning, with work stopping on the project after management walked away from an a
The Federal Court has today ruled that the CFMEU should be fined for holding a peaceful protest on the Perth Children’s Hospital construction site in 2013.
Malcolm Turnbull's announcement of the abolition of the 457 Visa scheme will not end the rorting of temporary work visas according to the CFMEU.
Two more cases brought against the CFMEU by the Trade Union Royal Commission Police have failed in court in Brisbane this week.
Despite the Federal Government’s relentless campaign to characterise the Victorian construction sector as at war, well over 100 ground-breaking enterprise agreements have now been signed.