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Workers at asbestos removal company GBAR Australia have been threatened via text message that their jobs may not be there unless they agree to the company’s pay offer.
STATEMENT BY RITA MALLIA, State President CFMMEU Construction and General Division
The CFMEU NSW Branch has taken tough action over drug charges laid against an official and two organisers.
ARRIVE AT 10.00AM AND COLLECT YOUR FREE SHIRT BEFORE MARCHING AT 11AM.
ANY DUAL HOIST CAR ON SINGLE MAST CONFIGURATION
A dispute years in the making between Boom Logistics and its workers at mobile crane yards in Port Kembla, Singleton and Carrington has been resolved after a concerted union campaign that saw worke
The heavy-handed tactics of the Liberal Government’s partisan attack dog building regulator, the ABCC, have been exposed once again after the Federal Court today ruled against it.
Workers at WGC Cranes in Wollongong and Smeaton Grange have returned to work after an agreement was reached in a dispute that led to a two-week strike at the two locations.