News from Tasmania and around the Union.
On March 23, 1887 the Bulli colliery blew up, killing 81 mineworkers. It was one of Australia’s worst industrial disasters.
Major mining companies must meet their responsibilities to workers and their communities during COVID-19 Pandemic
A new report by the McKell Institute has found that hundreds of millions of dollars is being lost from key mining region economies every year as a result of the widespread replacement of permanent
A determined five-month campaign of industrial action by CFMEU Mining and Energy members has delivered a big win on pay and conditions at Boggabri Coal and set a new standard for working conditions
December 16 marks the 90th anniversary of the bloodiest clash in the industrial history of Australia.
Applications for the 2020 Mineworkers' Trust Scholarship awards are now open.
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National President Tony Maher delivered a speech to the Sydney Institute on climate policy, mining and the flawed campaign against export coal: 'The current state of climate politics is back to fro
Union safety inspectors are on site at Carborough Downs mine after a tragic fatality occurred at the underground coal mine overnight.
BHP faces community backlash if the introduction of autonomous vehicles at its Goonyella Riverside coal mine leads to job losses, the Miners Union said today.
Secret BHP footage, ads target wage-cutting, coal industry myth-busting and more in the September Common Cause.