The CFMEU has welcomed news of a settlement between its former Canberra organiser, John Lomax, and the Australian Federal Police, over his wrongful arrest during the Trade Union Royal Commission (T
Jorge Castillo-Riffo died during the construction of the New Royal Adelaide Hospital after being crushed by a scissor lift in November 2014.
The Turnbull Government’s partisan watchdog, the Australian Building and Construction Commission, has been left with egg on its face over its petty and costly pursuit of construction workers and th
The Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union will provide evidence at the Coronial Inquest in to the death of Jorge Castillo-Riffo on the New Royal Adelaide Hospital site in November 2014.
The CFMEU has accused the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission of running the Turnbull Government’s anti-union agenda instead of going after companies that are ripping people off.
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