November 14 marks the anniversary of the 1996 Gretley disaster, when an inrush of water tragically killed 4 underground mineworkers.
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.
The Union is urging Griffin Coal to urgently brief the workforce about its future plans and financial viability.
One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts has made some bizarre claims in Senate Estimates hearings about casualisation in coal mining and the role of the Union.
New proposed laws to prevent emissions produced overseas being considered in local mining approvals are a sensible measure to provide clarity to NSW’s valuable export
Certainty in short supply as closure looms at Liddell; 70 years of coal long service leave; export volumes rise; primary carers leave for dads and more.
Queensland mine operators must take responsibility for safety in their workplaces, rather than shifting the focus onto another time-consuming Inquiry.
Social media is a popular way to reconnect with old school friends (yep, even the ones you lost touch with on purpose) and share pics of your dream holiday.
IndustriALL Global Union is bringing together trade unions from Chile, Australia, Brazil, Colombia and Peru to strengthen union action and to call on BHP, one of the world’s biggest mining companie