A labour hire deal covering train drivers at Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill iron ore mine in the Pilbara has been quashed by the Fair Work Commission after being successfully challenged by the Miners’ Un
The Coal Industry Long Service Leave scheme is one of the most comprehensive schemes for blue collar workers in the world.
Thousands of FIFO miners will be unable to return from the Pilbara this week due to limits on movement through Perth airport.
In this issue of Common Cause: Appin WorkPac unfair dismissal win, Callide Lodge EA locks in job security, how to have conversations about joining the union, super changes and more.
The Coal Mining Board of Inquiry’s
The first court hearing for the Mining and Energy Division’s application for a member ballot to withdraw from the CFMMEU was held yesterday.
The union’s legal team was in the High Court in Canberra this week, to defend our landmark win for casual miners.
In this issue of Common Cause: Jeff Drayton backs coal miners in crucial NSW by-election; lawyers fight to uphold casual rights; the fight for housing in Moura; May Day in Moranbah, and more.
The Western Mineworkers Alliance (WMWA) is looking for a new organiser and growth campaigner to join their dynamic team.
Hundreds of jobs at Mangoola mine near Muswellbrook have been secured with today’s approval of extension plans by NSW’s Independent Planning Commission.