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Miners locked up in Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mining camp are calling to be released after management flagged the draconian measures would continue indefinitely.
Analysis of five coal mining electorates has found a stunning $989 million has been lost from local economic activity due to aggressive wage cutting-strategies by mining companies.
Assertions made by the Minerals Council of Australia this week about rates of permanent mining jobs are misleading and cover up the rampant use of insecure labour hire across the industry, the Mini
Mineworkers at AngloAmerican’s Grosvenor underground coal mine are infuriated by the company’s latest tactics to avoid giving them job security, including a Hunger Games-style competition for perma
The Mining and Energy Union is seeking an experienced Communications all-rounder to join our small National Office team campaigning to improve conditions for mining and energy workers.
Workers at the Kestrel Coal mine near Emerald are urging bosses back to the table to talk fair pay and conditions after voting down a substandard offer that does not secure important conditions in
Our Queensland District is seeking applications for the new role of Policy and Administration Officer - Safety. This position will be based in the Mackay office.
Australia’s biggest thermal coal producer – Glencore - made loads of money in 2021 on the back of high coal prices in particular, and is forecasting another great year in 2022.