News from Queensland and around the Union.
Today’s decision in a High Court Appeal backed by the Federal Government has dashed the hopes of casual coal miners seeking justice, the Miners Union said today.
The Coal Industry Long Service Leave scheme is one of the most comprehensive schemes for blue collar workers in the world.
The first court hearing for the Mining and Energy Division’s application for a member ballot to withdraw from the CFMMEU was held yesterday.
In this issue of Common Cause: strike action at Rix's Creek, One Nation's casuals sell out, industry forecasts, remembering our pit ponies. Read all the latest news for members.
The Mining and Energy Division has today applied to the Fair Work Commission for a member ballot to leave the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining and Energy Union (CFMMEU) and form an independent
MESSAGE FROM GENERAL PRESIDENT TONY MAHER
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 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.