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NSW state election: Jobs, employment available in Central West - Oberon Review
NSW state election: Jobs, employment available in Central West  Oberon Review

MORE than 1100 casual staff are needed by the NSW Electoral Commission across the Central West for a range of jobs in the upcoming state election.


$1.5 billion interconnector between SA and NSW expected to generate 1000 jobs - The Advertiser
$1.5 billion interconnector between SA and NSW expected to generate 1000 jobs  The Advertiser

A thousand jobs are expected to be created during construction of a 1.5 billion power link between SA and NSW which aims to slash 66 from average household ...


'NSW will probably start to slow down': Sydney and the state's dream economic run may be over - Sydney Morning Herald
'NSW will probably start to slow down': Sydney and the state's dream economic run may be over  Sydney Morning Herald

The past five years have been good to Sydney, but the economic outlook for the city, and the state, is shifting.


Jobs at Tighes Hill in $16m Surf Life Saving NSW funding promise - Newcastle Herald
Jobs at Tighes Hill in $16m Surf Life Saving NSW funding promise  Newcastle Herald

Asked for more detail, Ms Berejiklian's and Mr Grant's offices could only say the funds would help pay for new staff to deliver education and outreach programs in ...


Jobless rate edges down as Vic and NSW dominate work creation - The Sydney Morning Herald
Jobless rate edges down as Vic and NSW dominate work creation  The Sydney Morning Herald

The Morrison government will go into this year's election campaign riding the strongest jobs market in seven years, with new figures showing unemployment ...


'Just doing my job': former tax chief Michael Cranston exonerated in court - The Sydney Morning Herald
'Just doing my job': former tax chief Michael Cranston exonerated in court  The Sydney Morning Herald

Former Australian Tax Office deputy commissioner Michael Cranston said he was "just doing my job" after he was exonerated of misusing his senior position in ...


Finley — the NSW town that the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is destroying, according to locals - ABC News
Finley — the NSW town that the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is destroying, according to locals  ABC News

It only takes a stroll down the quiet main street of Finley to see that the small New South Wales town is struggling, and locals say the Murray-Darling Basin Plan ...


Whitelion cafe serves up innovation with jobs - The Sydney Morning Herald
Whitelion cafe serves up innovation with jobs  The Sydney Morning Herald

Community engagement continues to innovate, Sue White writes.


Young Liberals booted from party for lewd comments about women - Sydney Morning Herald
Young Liberals booted from party for lewd comments about women  Sydney Morning Herald

Four NSW Young Liberals have been kicked out of the party for making lewd and derogatory comments about women in an online chat group meant for election ...


DIGITAL SALES MANAGER NSW & QLD - B&T
DIGITAL SALES MANAGER NSW & QLD  B&T

Digital platform; Surry Hills; Circa $150K + super + comms. Reporting to the National Sales Director, the Sales Manager will be responsible for managing sales ...


Digital Customer Engagement Manager - Pedestrian TV
Digital Customer Engagement Manager  Pedestrian TV

ABOUT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE. The Sydney Opera House is an iconic Australian institution that embodies beauty, inspiration and the liberating power of ...


Tanya Davies, Juliet Duffy launch 2018 Women in NSW Report - Daily Liberal
Tanya Davies, Juliet Duffy launch 2018 Women in NSW Report  Daily Liberal

JOBS FOR WOMEN: Dubbo MP Troy Grant, Juliet Duffy and Minister for Women Tanya Davies at the Women of the Year Awards. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.


Narromine Wetlands project scores $2.5m grant from NSW government - Daily Liberal
Narromine Wetlands project scores $2.5m grant from NSW government  Daily Liberal

WETLANDS GRANT: The Nationals' candidate for the seat of Dubbo Dugald Saunders, Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro, ...


Jobs and crime at centre stage for Wagga candidates forum - Daily Advertiser
Jobs and crime at centre stage for Wagga candidates forum  Daily Advertiser

Wagga's state election candidates have debated the region's future direction in terms of jobs, transport, public services and community safety at an 'Anyone but ...


Dai Le to run as independent candidate for seat of Cabramatta - Daily Telegraph
Dai Le to run as independent candidate for seat of Cabramatta  Daily Telegraph

She knocked back an offer by Premier Gladys Berejiklian to run for the Liberals — now high-profile Vietnamese refugee Dai Le is set to give Labor leader ...


NRL news and gossip, Phil Buzz Rothfield, Ricky Ponting BetEasy job no problem, Rabbitohs legend John Sutton on retirement talk - Daily Telegraph
NRL news and gossip, Phil Buzz Rothfield, Ricky Ponting BetEasy job no problem, Rabbitohs legend John Sutton on retirement talk  Daily Telegraph

YOU wouldn't know it after a week of depressing Jack de Belin publicity but you could easily fill these two pages with the wonderful work of many in and around ...


NAB resignations and Mike Baird: Former NSW premier could become bank boss - NEWS.com.au
NAB resignations and Mike Baird: Former NSW premier could become bank boss  NEWS.com.au

Rumours are swirling that former New South Wales premier Mike Baird could be in line for the top job at the troubled National Australia Bank, after two bosses ...


MySkills Employability Pilot Program | Guardian News - Nambucca Guardian News
MySkills Employability Pilot Program | Guardian News  Nambucca Guardian News

It's a three-day learning adventure that will help 80 Macksville High School Year 9 students broaden their knowledge on different industries and help boost their ...


NSW election: Where the parties stand on tackling climate change through food consumption - ABC News
NSW election: Where the parties stand on tackling climate change through food consumption  ABC News

Experts have warned about how our diets are impacting the environment, so we ask political parties in New South Wales about their plans to tackle the issue.


Tafe NSW to host course, careers InfoFest at Boggabilla - Goondiwindi Argus
Tafe NSW to host course, careers InfoFest at Boggabilla  Goondiwindi Argus

As school leavers consider their career options for 2019, a recent study by Tafe NSW of Boggabilla and the Northern Tablelands has forecast exciting ...


Jobactive program 'not fit for purpose' - NEWS.com.au
Jobactive program 'not fit for purpose'  NEWS.com.au

A program aimed at helping job seekers find work has been slammed as "not fit for purpose" by a Senate committee. The Jobactive scheme, which is already ...


NSW prison guard fired over inmate affair - 9news.com.au
NSW prison guard fired over inmate affair  9news.com.au

A prison officer has been sacked from her job at a Sydney prison and charged with having an inappropriate relationship with an inmate. The 33-year-old officer ...


Super Rugby New-ish venue, same old NSW Waratahs - ESPN
Super Rugby New-ish venue, same old NSW Waratahs  ESPN

It may have been a new venue - if we ignore last year's one-off match - but it was the same-old, mixed-bag NSW Waratahs that turned up to Brookvale Oval for ...


New registrar for NSW Architects Registration Board - The Fifth Estate
New registrar for NSW Architects Registration Board  The Fifth Estate

Dr Kirsten Orr has been appointed as registrar of the NSW Architects Registration Board. She was previously professor of architecture and dean of school in the ...


Has the NSW Government kept its key election promises? - ABC News
Has the NSW Government kept its key election promises?  ABC News

Gladys Berejiklian is gearing up for her first campaign in the state's top job — as voters prepare to head to the polls next month this is how her Government has ...


TAFE NSW predicts strong employment growth in health, well-being and community services - St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
TAFE NSW predicts strong employment growth in health, well-being and community services  St George and Sutherland Shire Leader

Jobs boom: Heathcote MP Lee Evans, pictured with minister for TAFE, Adam Marshall, says childcare, aged and disability care workers will enjoy strong ...


‘Four months of hell’: Sydney surgeon lifts the lid on toxic work conditions - NEWS.com.au
‘Four months of hell’: Sydney surgeon lifts the lid on toxic work conditions  NEWS.com.au

A young Sydney surgeon has exposed the horrific conditions she endured at a Sydney hospital that forced her to quit her job despite fears of being “black-listed” ...


NSW Return and Earn success improves state-wide litter, economy and employment figures - Daily Advertiser
NSW Return and Earn success improves state-wide litter, economy and employment figures  Daily Advertiser

Drink container exchange program sparks local and state-wide improvements.


Australian house prices: Housing market problem nobody talks about - NEWS.com.au
Australian house prices: Housing market problem nobody talks about  NEWS.com.au

House prices are deeply integrated into the economy. When they fall they make a splash and then the ripples go outwards. We are currently learning all about ...


Brigette Uren resigns as Maitland Regional Art Gallery director - Newcastle Herald
Brigette Uren resigns as Maitland Regional Art Gallery director  Newcastle Herald

She has taken a new job with Health Infrastructure NSW.


On the job: High-demand careers in focus at TAFE NSW Batemans Bay and Moruya infofest - Bay Post/Moruya Examiner
On the job: High-demand careers in focus at TAFE NSW Batemans Bay and Moruya infofest  Bay Post/Moruya Examiner

TAFE NSW Moruya and Batemans Bay are set to throw open their doors to prospective students next week at the first-ever InfoFest.


Rooftop solar, batteries early winners in NSW election race - RenewEconomy
Rooftop solar, batteries early winners in NSW election race  RenewEconomy

NSW Coalition and Labor unveil separate pledges to boost distributed renewables in state: a rooftop solar rebate from Labor and zero-interest loans for PV and ...


Silverwater prison guards walk off the job in 'wildcat strike' - 2GB
Silverwater prison guards walk off the job in 'wildcat strike'  2GB

Guards at Silverwater Jail have walked off the job in a snap strike. Officers at the jail's Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre (MRRC) will stop work for 24 ...


FLANNERY SUPPORTS ANTI-ABBOTT CANDIDATE. AND GETS JOB - Daily Telegraph
FLANNERY SUPPORTS ANTI-ABBOTT CANDIDATE. AND GETS JOB  Daily Telegraph

Yet another warming alarmist says she'll run against Tony Abbott, but with the support of a man with an astonishing record of dud predictions:


PM announces forestry boost in Tasmania - NEWS.com.au
PM announces forestry boost in Tasmania  NEWS.com.au

Nine regional forestry hubs will be created across Australia under a federal government plan to boost the industry.


TAFE NSW: health, community services construction workers in need in Dubbo - Daily Liberal
TAFE NSW: health, community services construction workers in need in Dubbo  Daily Liberal

GROWING INDUSTRIES: TAFE NSW student Matt Cross is currently studying in one of the many areas forecast to expand in Dubbo and Orana in the next two ...


IBC boss Adam Zarth says focus on skilling and youth unemployment - Illawarra Mercury
IBC boss Adam Zarth says focus on skilling and youth unemployment  Illawarra Mercury

Illawarra Business Chamber boss Adam Zarth says there is more to do for the NSW economy.


A 'third way': the controversial push for a new type of worker - The Age
A 'third way': the controversial push for a new type of worker  The Age

Legal experts say the proposed "third way" is just a new way of denying workers the full range of benefits.


Dubbo's Jillian Kilby joins board of Jobs for NSW - Western Advocate
Dubbo's Jillian Kilby joins board of Jobs for NSW  Western Advocate

A Dubbo-based engineer and entrepreneur has hit the ground running in her new role on the board of Jobs for NSW. Jillian Kilby recently attended her first boa.


Job cuts not ruled out as 'efficiency dividend' set to hit NSW public sector - ABC News
Job cuts not ruled out as 'efficiency dividend' set to hit NSW public sector  ABC News

The Public *Service* Association claims an efficiency dividend announced in the NSW budget equates to almost 12000 job cuts, and though the NSW Government ...


Baird doesn't rule out bid for NAB CEO job - Ballarat Courier
Baird doesn't rule out bid for NAB CEO job  Ballarat Courier

Former NSW premier Mike Baird hasn't ruled running for the top job at NAB, following the resignation of chief executive Andrew Thorburn. Mr Thorburn and chair ...


Information Service Volunteer - Shoalhaven - Pedestrian TV
Information Service Volunteer - Shoalhaven  Pedestrian TV

Cancer Council NSW is a community funded, community focused cancer charity dedicated to working towards a cancer-free future. There are things that we can ...


NSW Electoral Commission invites applications for paid jobs at the 2019 state election - Lakes Mail
NSW Electoral Commission invites applications for paid jobs at the 2019 state election  Lakes Mail

We offer a range of paid roles on election day or for up to eight weeks for some administrative jobs.”


At least 300 jobs expected to be lost to offshore firms in first three years of government contract - Daily Telegraph
At least 300 jobs expected to be lost to offshore firms in first three years of government contract  Daily Telegraph

THE NSW government is demanding software companies applying for a 100 million contract to provide IT services must hire at least one-third of their ...


New NSW teachers to require a credit average, 'superior' intelligence - The Sydney Morning Herald
New NSW teachers to require a credit average, 'superior' intelligence  The Sydney Morning Herald

Teaching graduates will need a credit average in their degree and must prove "superior" emotional and cognitive intelligence to be allowed to apply for a job in ...


State Coroner Les Mabbutt resigns after eight months in top job - The Sydney Morning Herald
State Coroner Les Mabbutt resigns after eight months in top job  The Sydney Morning Herald

After just eight months in the top job, State Coroner Les Mabbutt has resigned and will return to the Local Court bench. A former police prosecutor and ...


Rail maintenance jobs under threat from regional train fleet project - The Sydney Morning Herald
Rail maintenance jobs under threat from regional train fleet project  The Sydney Morning Herald

Rail maintenance jobs in Sydney are under threat from new trains replacing NSW's ageing regional fleet over the next few years, leaked government documents ...


32 jobs on offer: 'Barnaby Bank' in Service NSW building and recruiting staff - Central Western Daily
32 jobs on offer: 'Barnaby Bank' in Service NSW building and recruiting staff  Central Western Daily

Recruiting for workers at the Regional Investment Corporation's new Orange headquarters has begun. The federal government farm bank loans body is seeking ...


Women lead the charge in stellar NSW jobs growth despite accounting for less than half the total workforce - ABC Local
Women lead the charge in stellar NSW jobs growth despite accounting for less than half the total workforce  ABC Local

With jobs growth still strong in New South Wales and unemployment rates at record low levels, women are dominating workforce growth figures — despite ...


Blacktown job growth outstrips NSW average - Daily Telegraph
Blacktown job growth outstrips NSW average  Daily Telegraph

Blacktown is becoming a job-hunters dream as 25 people are employed in the region each day, according to new data.


Queanbeyan's revamp could stop 'leak' of jobs, spending into the ACT - The Sydney Morning Herald
Queanbeyan's revamp could stop 'leak' of jobs, spending into the ACT  The Sydney Morning Herald

Plans for a $164-million rejuvenation of the city's centre could stem the flow of Queanbeyan residents who cross the border to work and shop.


NSW Government announce new education and employment program for veterans - 2GB
NSW Government announce new education and employment program for veterans  2GB

NSW Government has announced a new education and employment program to veterans after they return from *service*. It comes after an idea floated by Virgin ...


Businesses moving from NSW to Wodonga 'to create 29 jobs' - The Border Mail
Businesses moving from NSW to Wodonga 'to create 29 jobs'  The Border Mail

Northern Victoria MP Jaclyn Symes says 29 jobs will be created by the planned relocation of Immix from Albury to the old Wodonga saleyards, and Formula ...


Jobs to go across NSW and South Australia as News Corp re-structures marketing - mUmBRELLA*
Jobs to go across NSW and South Australia as News Corp re-structures marketing  mUmBRELLA*

News Corp has axed a number of roles in its marketing teams across South Australia and News South Wales as it moves towards a centralised model.


Jobs in Australia: The Aussie baristas earning $73K - NEWS.com.au
Jobs in Australia: The Aussie baristas earning $73K  NEWS.com.au

THESE might just be the best paid barista jobs in Australia.


NSW govt quells union 'data risk' concerns - SBS News
NSW govt quells union 'data risk' concerns  SBS News

The NSW government has hit back at claims the private data of thousands of workers could be exposed as jobs are sent offshore. The Public *Service* Association ...


Half a million commuters on the road to Sydney's four big jobs hubs - The Sydney Morning Herald
Half a million commuters on the road to Sydney's four big jobs hubs  The Sydney Morning Herald

Nearly half a million Sydney workers commute each day to just four major job hubs - the central business district, North Sydney, Macquarie Park and Parramatta.


NSW Government IT scandal is a betrayal of Aussies - Daily Telegraph
NSW Government IT scandal is a betrayal of Aussies  Daily Telegraph

THE NSW Government has gone to great lengths to deny its secret plan to offshore IT jobs to India.


States downgrade growth and jobs over housing worries, bank inquiry - The Sydney Morning Herald
States downgrade growth and jobs over housing worries, bank inquiry  The Sydney Morning Herald

State treasuries are downgrading outlooks for their economies and local job markets.


Future public housing tenants must have a job if they want a home funded by taxpayers - Daily Telegraph
Future public housing tenants must have a job if they want a home funded by taxpayers  Daily Telegraph

Public housing applicants will have to get a job if they want a taxpayer-funded home under a tough new test to be introduced in NSW. The state government is ...


Michael Daley: the former Maroubra paperboy with his eye on NSW's top job - The Guardian
Michael Daley: the former Maroubra paperboy with his eye on NSW's top job  The Guardian

Maroubra. It's not the sort of suburb that people usually get emotional about, but something happens when the new NSW opposition leader, Michael Daley talks ...


Jobs growth Australia: This is where the jobs are - Herald Sun
Jobs growth Australia: This is where the jobs are  Herald Sun

THERE'S one state that has dominated job creation in the past financial year — with a staggering 40 per cent of all new jobs located in NSW.


Thodey defends NSW job creation - http://www.innovationaus.com/
Thodey defends NSW job creation  http://www.innovationaus.com/

The NSW government and local tech management heavyweight David Thodey have hit back at a Murdoch press story that claimed the $190 million Jobs for ...


NSW Government grilled over wagyu beef company investment - ABC News
NSW Government grilled over wagyu beef company investment  ABC News

The NSW Opposition says a deal which saw the Government pour millions of dollars of taxpayer money into a wagyu beef company does not pass the pub test.


SEEK job statistics show Victoria and NSW vying for top spot - NEWS.com.au
SEEK job statistics show Victoria and NSW vying for top spot  NEWS.com.au

NEW South Wales may have the largest share of Australia's new jobs but Victoria is gaining on its friendly rival in five key industries.


NSW Government mandates employment of Indian IT workers - MacroBusiness
NSW Government mandates employment of Indian IT workers  MacroBusiness

By Leith van Onselen. Australian governments' pretend concern over Australia's universally weak wages growth (see above chart) has been exposed again, ...


Atlassian, NSW Govt led taskforce to create Sydney 'innovation precinct' - CIO Australia
Atlassian, NSW Govt led taskforce to create Sydney 'innovation precinct'  CIO Australia

Plans for a “technology and innovation precinct” running from Sydney's Central station to Eveleigh are being drawn up by the New South Wales government and ...


'My own son cannot get a job now': Sydney's Sudanese hit by Melbourne 'ripple effect' - The Sydney Morning Herald
'My own son cannot get a job now': Sydney's Sudanese hit by Melbourne 'ripple effect'  The Sydney Morning Herald

As Melbourne's Sudanese community fought to defend itself this year from blanket accusations of gang violence, the ripple effect was felt hundred of kilometres ...


NSW inmates’ paid jail jobs sparks backlash as the Aussie industries taking a hit revealed - Daily Telegraph
NSW inmates’ paid jail jobs sparks backlash as the Aussie industries taking a hit revealed  Daily Telegraph

INMATES in a number of jails including Silverwater and Long Bay are employed to repackage Qantas in flight headsets for less than the minimum wage ...


Rental stress hits 300,000 NSW households, many in essential jobs - PerthNow
Rental stress hits 300,000 NSW households, many in essential jobs  PerthNow

Across NSW almost 300000 households of ordinary working Australians are suffering rental stress. Many of those affected are working in low-paid essential jobs ...


SunRice axes 100 jobs at Deniliquin and Leeton mills due to Murray water allocation of zero at one location - ABC News
SunRice axes 100 jobs at Deniliquin and Leeton mills due to Murray water allocation of zero at one location  ABC News

SunRice says it is being forced to axe at least 100 jobs at its Deniliquin and Leeton mills in southern New South Wales due to low water availability and high ...


Offshore jobs: NSW Government says it's a part of life - Daily Telegraph
Offshore jobs: NSW Government says it's a part of life  Daily Telegraph

YESTERDAY we saw another attempt by a union boss to justify their position and promote the benefits, which every Australian agrees with, of keeping jobs ...


Clean TeQ mine to bring hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars to region - Parkes Champion-Post
Clean TeQ mine to bring hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars to region  Parkes Champion-Post

A new mine located near Fifield is getting closer to development and it's expecting to bring a massive boost to Parkes and its neighbours in more ways than one.


Unemployment edges higher as more people look for work - ABC News
Unemployment edges higher as more people look for work  ABC News

The unemployment rate edges up to 5.1 per cent, despite the creation of more than 37000 jobs last month.


'Out of the woods': Young women's job surge gives Taylor Swift something to sing about, says Morrison - The Sydney Morning Herald
'Out of the woods': Young women's job surge gives Taylor Swift something to sing about, says Morrison  The Sydney Morning Herald

Young women are storming into Australia's job market adding 60000 jobs since this time last year and leaving the young male employment rate in their wake.


35 gone: Union and Labor slam mass job cuts at Revenue NSW's Maitland office - The Maitland Mercury
35 gone: Union and Labor slam mass job cuts at Revenue NSW's Maitland office  The Maitland Mercury

"Shameful": Mass job cuts at Maitland's Office of State Revenue.


Jobs boom rolls on with unemployment at its lowest since April 2012 - ABC News
Jobs boom rolls on with unemployment at its lowest since April 2012  ABC News

A big pick-up in full-time work once again offsets a decline in part-time work, as the jobs market maintains its robust growth.


SEEK reveals job growth for electricians across Australia - NEWS.com.au
SEEK reveals job growth for electricians across Australia  NEWS.com.au

Electricians are in hot demand, with jobs for the tradies increasing by as much as 66 per cent in the past year.


Search engine marketing automation startup Longtail UX wins $1.2m NSW government startup loan - mUmBRELLA*
Search engine marketing automation startup Longtail UX wins $1.2m NSW government startup loan  mUmBRELLA*

Longtail UX, a startup that automates search engine marketing and optimisation, has been awarded a $1.2m Jobs for NSW loan under the state government's.


Karen Borg exits Jobs for NSW - http://www.innovationaus.com/
Karen Borg exits Jobs for NSW  http://www.innovationaus.com/

Barely a week after presiding over the official opening of the $35 million Sydney Start Hub, the inaugural Jobs for NSW chief executive officer Karen Borg has ...


How living in regional Australia can do wonders for your career - ABC News
How living in regional Australia can do wonders for your career  ABC News

Loving life in regional Australia doesn't need to mean sacrificing your career ambitions — technology, regional grants and a healthier work-life balance are ...


Blues captain reveals job loss in pursuit of Origin glory - ABC Local
Blues captain reveals job loss in pursuit of Origin glory  ABC Local

Blues captain Maddie Studdon reveals she lost her job in her pursuit of Origin glory, before leading NSW to a defiant win over Queensland and becoming the ...


Geurie's Pip Job finishes up as NSW Drought Coordinator - Daily Liberal
Geurie's Pip Job finishes up as NSW Drought Coordinator  Daily Liberal

NO EASY TASK: Pip Job has helped drive the Berejiklian government's response to the drought in NSW since May. She will now be replaced by NSW Land and ...


Barilaro signed off on controversial $3.3m oyster farm investment - The Sydney Morning Herald
Barilaro signed off on controversial $3.3m oyster farm investment  The Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro signed off on a controversial $3.3 million investment in an oyster farm, despite telling a parliamentary hearing that the ...


Tamworth region welcomes new hospital GM Yvonne Patrick - The Northern Daily Leader
Tamworth region welcomes new hospital GM Yvonne Patrick  The Northern Daily Leader

The new Tamworth Hospital General Manager isn't out to reinvent the wheel, but is committed to setting the benchmark in regards to patients, residents and ...


Horse racing lobby has access to NSW politicians and gives gifts, documents show - The Guardian
Horse racing lobby has access to NSW politicians and gives gifts, documents show  The Guardian

The New South Wales horse racing industry gains regular access to state ministers and has given almost 70 gifts to individual politicians that they were required ...


Up to 30 regional jobs to go under Cancer Council NSW cuts - Newcastle Herald
Up to 30 regional jobs to go under Cancer Council NSW cuts  Newcastle Herald

Cancer Council NSW will make up to 30 regional jobs redundant across the state.


Young's Jobs of the future: TAFE NSW - The Young Witness
Young's Jobs of the future: TAFE NSW  The Young Witness

New figures have offered a glimpse into the future of Young's jobs market, with pre-school teaching, construction and fitness among the occupations to see a ...


NSW prison staff walk off the job for 48 hours - 9news.com.au
NSW prison staff walk off the job for 48 hours  9news.com.au

Striking NSW correctional services staff have been ordered back to work by the industrial umpire after walking off the job. Prison officers at Sydney's Long Bay ...


Refugees wanted: NSW country town Walla Walla looks overseas to fill employment gaps - ABC News
Refugees wanted: NSW country town Walla Walla looks overseas to fill employment gaps  ABC News

The town of Walla Walla, about five hours south-west of Sydney, is a quiet place. But some locals want to change that by encouraging refugees to come to town.


PSA vows to fight Revenue NSW Maitland job cuts - The Maitland Mercury
PSA vows to fight Revenue NSW Maitland job cuts  The Maitland Mercury

The Public *Service* Association has vowed to fight a NSW Government plan to axe 35 jobs from the Revenue NSW Maitland office – a decision they claim has ...


'Not just a lonely guy with a calculator': Mathematicians enter top 10 earners - The Sydney Morning Herald
'Not just a lonely guy with a calculator': Mathematicians enter top 10 earners  The Sydney Morning Herald

Weeks of headlines about Facebook and personal data harvesting have not necessarily been bad news for everyone - just ask a mathematician. "I suspect the ...


Biggest wind farm in NSW makes way for greener energy, more jobs - ABC News
Biggest wind farm in NSW makes way for greener energy, more jobs  ABC News

One of the biggest wind farm projects in the country is approved by the NSW Government, with the company behind the venture saying it will create 800 jobs and ...


Thiess signs $1.2 billion contract to expand Hunter Valley mine, creating hundreds of jobs - ABC News
Thiess signs $1.2 billion contract to expand Hunter Valley mine, creating hundreds of jobs  ABC News

Global mining services provider Thiess signs a $1.2 billion deal at BHP's Mt Arthur Coal operation in New South Wales, which will expand the project and create ...


Lithgow company Nu-Rock receives $500000 loan from Jobs for NSW - Lithgow Mercury
Lithgow company Nu-Rock receives $500000 loan from Jobs for NSW  Lithgow Mercury

Deputy Premier John Barilaro announced that through the Jobs for NSW program he was giving a $500000 interest free loan to Lithgow business Nu-Rock.


Government accused of playing favourites over $3.3m stake in oyster company - The Sydney Morning Herald
Government accused of playing favourites over $3.3m stake in oyster company  The Sydney Morning Herald

The NSW government spent millions of dollars buying a stake in a south-coast oyster company that runs at a loss, leading to accusations from those in the ...


Casual workers can ask for permanent employment from 1 October 2018 - NEWS.com.au
Casual workers can ask for permanent employment from 1 October 2018  NEWS.com.au

CASUAL workers now have the right to ask their bosses for a permanent position if they have worked regular hours for at least one year. The Fair Work ...


Pip Job named NSW Drought Coordinator - Daily Liberal
Pip Job named NSW Drought Coordinator  Daily Liberal

Geurie's Pip Job has been appointed to coordinate the NSW government's response to the drought.


Most university graduates get a job within months but some courses do better than others - ABC News
Most university graduates get a job within months but some courses do better than others  ABC News

A survey of 120000 university students finds almost three-quarters got a job within four months of finishing last year — but when it comes to getting students a job ...


High demand careers in focus at TAFE NSW - St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
High demand careers in focus at TAFE NSW  St George and Sutherland Shire Leader

Predicted boom in health, well-being and community studies.