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Stabbing "victim" accused of lying to inquiry

A witness who claimed to have been stabbed last year as retribution for speaking out on television against the Victorian CFMEU was lying, the Heydon Royal Commission has been told.

CFMEU organiser received cash payments from Alex: Stoljar

The Heydon Royal Commission's counsel assisting has released submissions that argue that Sydney identity George Alex made cash payments to CFMEU construction and general division NSW branch organiser Darren Greenfield.

Lay criminal charges against CFMEU's Ravbar & Hanna: Stoljar

The CFMEU says it will seek a police investigation into the "leaking" of Heydon Royal Commission submissions that recommend that criminal charges be laid against the secretary and former president of its construction and general division's Queensland branch over the destruction of documents.

FWC's Lawler covertly recorded conversations with president

FWC Vice President Michael Lawler has used a secretly-recorded phone conversation with tribunal president Iain Ross to challenge his claim that he never said the besieged member had an unlimited entitlement to sick leave.

CFMEU's Parker back in Heydon's sights

The Heydon Royal Commission will examine whether CFMEU construction and general division NSW branch secretary Brian Parker received secret commissions or benefits from construction companies or subcontractors, counsel assisting told a hearing this morning.

Heydon won't put Jackson back on stand

The Heydon Royal Commission has decided not to recall former HSU national secretary Kathy Jackson as a witness before it delivers its final report at the end of the year.

Royal Commission hurls grenade into CFMEU

Festering tensions within the Queensland branch of the CFMEU's construction and general division have been exposed by a secret recording from July this year that has been released by the Heydon Royal Commission.

Mirvac helped build BLF official's house, inquiry hears

A former Mirvac Queensland manager gave approval to provide materials and tradespeople for a house being built by a State secretary of the BLF, the Heydon Royal Commission has heard.

HSU's Williamson fails to secure shorter jail sentence

The NSW Court of Criminal Appeal has today rejected a bid by imprisoned former HSU leader Michael Williamson to have his sentence reduced, meaning he is set to serve out a five-year non-parole period.