Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union (CFMEU)

The Guardian • Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union (CFMEU)

Cubans dancing and singing. Issue #2054

In solidarity with Cuba

A recent Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union (CFMEU) delegation of seven from around Australia attended the celebration of May Day in Cuba. More than 1200...

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Issue #2101

DINGO

Following on from last week’s target of US wars of aggression and intervention beginning from the end of WW2, Italy, this week, Greece 1947-49: The...

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Issue #2098

DINGO

Paramilitarised Powers to intervene in civilian public order management were given to the Australian Defence Force to be used during the 2000 Sydney Olympics, although...

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Issue #2108

This week’s target of US interventions and aggression since the end of WW2 is Guatemala 1953-1990s: A CIA-organised coup overthrew the democratically elected and progressive...

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engineered stone Issue #2079

ACT’s strong position on silica a beacon to the nation

The ACT Government has positioned itself of the right side of history by unambiguously supporting a total ban on engineered stone products, according to the...

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Issue #2096

EDITORIAL

On 28th April unions and families around the world commemorate workers who never came home from a day at work. Workers’ Memorial Day pays tribute...

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Issue #2108

CFMEU makes unprecedented response to serious allegations

An emergency meeting of the national executive of the CFMEU has decided that the Victorian Branch will be placed into administration, with the National Office...

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Issue #2108

HANDS OFF THE CFMEU!

The Communist Party of Australia Central Committee condemns in the strongest possible terms the most recent attacks against the CFMEU. It is the view of...

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Issue #2108

Hands off the CFMEU!

Nine media have launched an all-out offensive on the construction division of the CFMEU. The target is the whole union movement. If successful it will...

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engineered stone Issue #2106

Life-saving ban starts after CFMEU victory

Workers’ lives will be saved from deadly dust diseases after Australia becomes the first country to ban engineered stone. The CFMEU’s Stop The Killer Stone...

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