The 19th & 20th of September are memorable in Queensland for the shock caused by mine explosions at Mount Mulligan (1921) and 54 years later at Kianga (1975).
Green jobs are not necessarily good jobs. Something this union and others have been saying for years but now there is new international research that backs us.
A Federal Court decision has exposed the widespread, dodgy practice of employers incorrectly classifying workers in on-going jobs as casual and it is time employers accepted their obligation to off
The growth of casualisation in mining means women are being let go rather than supported when they fall pregnant.
Mineworkers, unionists, politicians, industry representatives and family members gathered to pay their respects to those killed on the district’s coalfields at the Northern Mining and NSW Energy Di
By Peter Colley, National Research Director
The proud history of the Miners’ Union is kept alive by our active network of retired members.
Mining companies are breaching the law by pushing costs for medical assessments and safety gear on to workers.
On 1 September 1923 a fire and explosions at Bellbird Colliery in the Hunter Valley caused the deaths of 21 underground coal miners.
The CFMEU has made more progress this week in our fight against exploitation of casual labour hire workers in the mining industry.