The NSW Government’s approval today of mining leases to allow the Wallarah 2 Coal Project to proceed is a common sense decision that will boost regional jobs and business opportunities.
Latest coal industry jobs data shows that coal jobs in NSW are at their highest level in five years, but growth isn’t delivering direct, permanent jobs.
Mineworkers at Cameby Downs coal mine in Queensland’s Surat Basin have received up to $17,000 each in backpay after their employer Yancoal required them to participate in pre-start briefings before
Mineworkers at Collie’s Griffin Coal fear more jobs may be lost in coming weeks after 20 labour hire workers were told this week their jobs were gone.
South West District President Andy Honeysett retires at the end of June, ending a long career as an underground coal miner and unionist.
The June 2019 Common Cause has been emailed to members.
Congratulations to Halle Brown and Aimee Williamson, who were among 20 successful applicants for this year’s round of Mineworkers Trust scholarships.
The establishment of a mobile screening van to test Queensland coal mineworkers for dust diseases such as Black Lung will save lives, according to the CFMEU Mining & Energy Division.
CFMEU National President Tony Maher has called on Adani Australia CEO Lucas Dow to urgently clarify the number and nature of jobs that will be offered at the Charmichael mine project during its pro
The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division is appalled by the disrespect Origin Energy management has shown Darling Downs Power Station workers by circumventing negotiations and attempting to ram through