by Dave Noonan CFMEU National Assistant Secretary
Enough is Enough.
Our jobs, wages, safety and rights are under attack. Let's hit the streets.
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The Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) says that migrant workers will be hardest hit by new laws introduced by the Turnbull Government.
A global report on the construction industry cites Australia as a case study of improved productivity and directly contradicts the Turnbull Government’s continued falsehoods about the industry in A
The CFMEU has declared its readiness to fight the war being waged on battlers by corporate giants and the Turnbull Government.
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Did you remember? What are you doing for your Valentine today?
Happy Valentine's Day from CFMEU TV!
Safety will be compromised if the amendments to the ABCC are passed in the Senate, following the backflip of Senator Derryn Hinch, according to the CFMEU.
Union members got together to celebrate the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding as the CFMEU and MUA move closer to amalgamation.
Senator Derryn Hinch’s backflip in relation to the ABCC is a cowardly act that reveals he is in the pocket of property developers and construction companies, according to the CFMEU.