CFMEU Mining and Energy has welcomed the findings of a Peabody investigation into the serious fire at North Goonyella mine in 2018 that has left the mine out of operation for more than six months.
Truck driver Mark Roberts has died after a shocking accident at Port Kembla Coal Terminal last week. CFMEU members, who are locked out of the terminal due to a bargaining dispute, are devastated.
CFMEU members at Hitachi who service equipment in Hunter Valley coal mines have won employment entitlements that reflect the real conditions of their work.
CFMEU National President Tony Maher has called on the management of Port Kembla Coal Terminal (PKCT) to immediately cease coal loading, given serious doubts about safety of the site in the wake of
What would a labour hire boss say if a casual mineworker asked for a permanent job? A) No B) Don’t come back tomorrow C) Nothing, too busy laughing.
Labor’s plan to ensure new coal mining developments deliver permanent, secure jobs will put mine operators on notice that they can no longer get away with rampant casualisation across the industry,
In a shameful milestone, over 100 Queenslanders have now been diagnosed with mine dust lung diseases such as black lung and silicosis – but their fight for justice is delivering results.
The casualised workforce at Wongawilli had a massive win when they joined the union and took the boss on collectively.
Australia’s top three coal producers, Glencore, BHP and Yancoal, recorded hefty profits last year from coking and thermal coal.
Our Union will play a leading role in holding multinational companies to account for accurate reporting on sustainability and workers’ rights, with the appointment of CFMEU Mining and Energy’s Nati