On November 9, 1965 four men lost their lives at Bulli Colliery on the South Coast of NSW.
Our new General Secretary, Grahame Kelly, will be well known to many Members, particularly to those in the North. Grahame grew up in Singleton in the Hunter Valley and started work in the coal min
Hundreds of mining families in Lithgow have had their futures’ secured for the coming decade, following a breakthrough in the CFMEU Mining and Energy campaign to stop delays in the approval process
A Community Meeting will be held on Monday 9 October at 9.30am at Ranger's Soccer Field opposite the entrance to Springvale Colliery to discuss the future of the Colliery and Mount Piper Power Stat
CFMEU District representatives along with the Springvale local lodge representative met with Centennial Coal to discuss the possible impact on the local coal mining and power generation industries
Swiss mining giant Glencore is systematically violating human rights and health and safety laws, denying its workers their right to freedom of association at locations around the world.
by Paddy Gorman, Editor Common Cause
Our journal Common Cause was first published in 1920. This edition, the last to be published, caps off a wonderful 97 years of publication.
The CFMEU today said it would launch a fresh campaign to change the rules on redundancy pay after the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cap redundancy pay at 15-years of service in the mining sect
In a move that combines the best of the Illawarra’s sporting and historical traditions, the Russell Vale Golf Club has dedicated each of its 18-holes on the course to honouring a local coal mine in