Created Thu 6/04/2017, Last Updated Thu 6/04/2017

JUSTICE FOR JORGE - RALLY 12 NOON APRIL 11 SA PARLIAMENT STEPS

Jorge Castillo-Riffo died on the morning of November 27 2014. He had been working on the RAH construction site, and was discovered in a scissor lift, crushed against a ledge. His partner Pam’s last words to him as he left for work that morning were “be careful on the scissor lift.”

Now, 28 months later, SafeWork SA have dropped prosecutions against both SRG and HYLC with barely a word of explanation.

Created Wed 22/03/2017, Last Updated Wed 22/03/2017

CFMEU vindicated on safety concerns in Federal Court win against ABCC

The Australian Building and Construction Commission has been dealt another embarrassing blow today with the Federal Court dismissing all claims against the CFMEU and its’ officials in a claim that director Nigel Hadgkiss had billed as potentially costing the union $1.1million.

“Nigel Hadgkiss has always been a Liberal Party apparatchik, but, even for him, this was overreach.” said Mr. Dean Hall, Secretary of the CFMEU ACT Branch.

Created Thu 16/03/2017, Last Updated Thu 16/03/2017

Unions Blast Minister at Launch of Inpex Court Action



Two major trade unions have slammed the federal government’s construction industry regime as ineffective as they launch an application in the Fair Work Commission to recover the entitlements of 850 people left jobless by the shock collapse of a second contract on the troubled Northern Territory Inpex offshore gas project.