The Miners Union is calling on the Queensland Government to make urgent changes to the conduct of the ongoing Queensland Coal Board of Inquiry in light of events at Moranbah North coal mine last we
Workers at Anglo’s Moranbah North mine are deeply concerned about the conditions that led to their withdrawal from the underground coal mine over the weekend, the Miners Union said today.
The Mining and Energy Union has struck yet another powerful legal blow against Australia’s ‘permanent casual’ labour hire rort, with a big win in the Federal Court for former employees of the Sub-Z
Two key elements of Labor’s IR package announced today would stamp out the ‘permanent casual’ labour hire rort rampant across the mining industry, the Miners’ Union said today.
A look back at 2020 - a year of challenges and wins for our Union.
The BHP Operations Services Bargaining Survey was recently concluded and the results are in. Hundreds of OS workers gave feedback on what they wanted from the bargaining process.
The Miners Union will today give evidence at a Senate Inquiry about how the Federal Government’s IR Omnibus Bill exacerbates rampant casualisation in the mining industry.
Miners at the Tahmoor Colliery have been left high and dry after their local state MP Nathaniel Smith launched a vocal campaign against a mine extension that would secure their jobs, while refusing
The extension of Tahmoor mine will save over 400 local jobs and pump millions of dollars into the local community. Without it, the mine will close in 2022 and the community will lose its lifeblood