A construction company used by Malcolm Turnbull and Michaelia Cash at a press
Serious penalties have been imposed by the Federal Court on Brisbane high-rise developer Menso for breaches of the Fair Work Act during an attempted right of entry by CFMEU officials for a safety i
The CFMEU has called on the Turnbull Government to immediately implement the key finding of the Murray report into Security of Payments.
The CFMEU has welcomed news of a settlement between its former Canberra organiser, John Lomax, and the Australian Federal Police, over his wrongful arrest during the Trade Union Royal Commission (T
In a major victory for Australian workers, charges against two CFMEU Victorian Construction officials were dramatically dropped at the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court this morning.
The Turnbull Government has been dealt a major blow in the Federal Court today after the head of its building industry watchdog, Nigel Hadgkiss admitted breaching the legislation he is meant to enf
Malcolm Turnbull's announcement of the abolition of the 457 Visa scheme will not end the rorting of temporary work visas according to the CFMEU.
Today’s arrest in relation to the fraudulent supply of white cards is just the tip of the iceberg.
The news released today by the Liberal-National Government of a package of measures that would see sub-contractors not dudded on payments is disingenuous to the problems facing sub-contractors on m
The CFMEU is calling for an urgent halt to the Government’s free trade talks with India due to the risk of even more deadly asbestos flooding into Australia.