In the most determined show of strength and solidarity seen in our NSW Northern Mining and NSW Energy District in recent years, well over 1,000 members of the CFMEU employed at various Glencore op
Miners from the Oaky North coal mine west of Rockhampton have taken up an unusual form of protest, providing community services in the small town of Tieri, close to the mine.
More than 3,000 striking workers have now been fired at PT Freeport’s Grasberg mine in Papua, Indonesia.
Oaky North miners have been locked out of their own workplace by Multinational mining giant Glencore.
Oaky North miners will take further protected industrial action next week as Glencore continues its war on workers and places pressure of contractors to engage replacement workers.
ACTU Secretary Sally McManus has made a declaration of support for Oaky North members who are under attack from Glencore.
The CFMEU today called on Minister Anthony Lynham to resign or be sacked by the Premier after his insensitive and inadequate response to the Queensland Inquiry into black lung disease, including qu
The future of more than 150 workers at the Cook Colliery mine remains uncertain following two months without pay after a stand down period and the subsequent company-wide redundancies affecting loc
The CFMEU today welcomed the findings of the Queensland Parliamentary Inquiry into Black Lung disease, but said there were matters for Government which still needed to be addressed urgently includi