Progress on a replacement enterprise agreement covering all BMA mines in Queensland has been delayed until 2018 after BMA declined a request by the CFMEU to provide further time for a counter propo
In a major victory for our Union’s campaign against anti-worker labour hire practices, the Federal Court last week ruled out a “sham” enterprise agreement voted on by only three workers employed by
On 14 November 1996, four mineworkers were killed at Gretley mine in the Hunter Valley, while they were operating a continuous miner to develop a roadway.
Our National Research Director, Peter Colley, helps to unravel Glencore's dodgy record as revealed by the Paradise Papers:
The IndustriALL Executive Committee meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka today endorsed a global campaign against the commodities multinational Glencore.
On November 9, 1965 four men lost their lives at Bulli Colliery on the South Coast of NSW.
On the same day the global Paradise Papers scandal exposed the offshore tax havens and tax avoidance strategies of companies including multinational mining giant, Glencore, the company locked out 1
Our new General Secretary, Grahame Kelly, will be well known to many Members, particularly to those in the North. Grahame grew up in Singleton in the Hunter Valley and started work in the coal min
Multinational mining giant Glencore has received a stunning rebuke after the Fair Work Commission ordered the company to cease surveillance of Oaky North mine workers when they were in the town and