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The CFMEU Mining and Energy Division is appalled by the disrespect Origin Energy management has shown Darling Downs Power Station workers by circumventing negotiations and attempting to ram through
The Queensland Government’s approval of the Olive Downs coal mine in the Bowen Basin will deliver a massive boost to jobs and confidence in regional mining communities, CFMEU Mining and Energy said
Workers at New Acland have emphatically voted down a proposed enterprise agreement that would shaved locked in a toxic two-tier wage system at the mine.
In a gesture of solidarity and a commitment to stand by them throughout their ordeal, our Union’s Oaky North Lodge in Central Queensland presented Honorary Life membership to four of their former w
Our legal team has been in the Federal Court this week, defending our landmark win for casual mineworkers. Labour hire bosses and the Morrison Government are trying to overturn it.
Federal Government intervention in a court case to wind back casual rights will give big mining companies the green light to keep exploiting casual labour hire workers, the CFMEU said today.
Russell Robertson is a proud central Queensland coal miner and CFMEU member. Now he's running for federal parliament, fighting for a coal industry that delivers for workers.
New Hope’s decision to circumvent negotiations and attempt to ram through an unfair deal this Wednesday, is an act of disrespect toward workers at New Acland mine, according to the CFMEU Mining
Women coal mineworkers have reacted angrily to being canvassed about the use of feminine hygiene and toileting products that would reduce their need to take bathroom breaks.
Workers at the Darling Downs Power Station have warned industrial action will intensify unless Origin Energy drops its commitment to draconian measures that prevent staff from relaxing or planning