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Jobs for NSW loses its board - https://www.innovationaus.com/
Jobs for NSW loses its board  https://www.innovationaus.com/

The David Thodey-led industry growth agency Jobs for NSW has been moved into a new Business and Economic Development Unit within the state's Treasury ...


'Vandals': NSW environment staff fear for jobs as office dissolves - The Age
'Vandals': NSW environment staff fear for jobs as office dissolves  The Age

The Berejiklian government has sought to reassure staff and the public that the dissolution of the Office of Environment and Heritage won't compromise the ...


Different state migrant jobs figures puzzle RBA - The Australian
Different state migrant jobs figures puzzle RBA  The Australian

The Reserve Bank and the Australian Bureau of Statistics have been confronted with a puzzle of why migrants in NSW are more likely to secure work than those ...


Water and drought continue to hurt NSW regional communities — and they've had enough - ABC News
Water and drought continue to hurt NSW regional communities — and they've had enough  ABC News

NSW's water woes extend beyond the farm gate and its impact on the local environment — water is intimately linked to the strength of regional economies.


Labor promises big bucks for NSW transport - The Weekly Times
Labor promises big bucks for NSW transport  The Weekly Times

Labor has promised to spend more than 500 million to upgrade the Princes Highway and south coast transport links in NSW if it wins government.


Bail refused for alleged NSW cop stabber - 9news.com.au
Bail refused for alleged NSW cop stabber  9news.com.au

The 53-year-old man charged over the stabbing of a police officer with a hunting knife at Sydney's Central ...


NSW Labor leader Michael Daley steps down, says he still wants top job - ABC News
NSW Labor leader Michael Daley steps down, says he still wants top job  ABC News

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has announced that he will be standing aside as the state's Opposition Leader until the upcoming federal election is over, ...


NSW election flop means Michael Daley will be challenged for Labor leadership - ABC News
NSW election flop means Michael Daley will be challenged for Labor leadership  ABC News

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley will face a leadership challenge after a bruising state election result in which the party's primary vote went backwards — with ...


Renewables job numbers hit three-year high – led by Australia's coal states - RenewEconomy
Renewables job numbers hit three-year high – led by Australia's coal states  RenewEconomy

Full time jobs in renewable energy increased across the board in 2016-17, led by industry growth in two of Australia's most coal-dependent states, NSW and ...


NSW state election 2019: Coalition wins majority government - The Guardian
NSW state election 2019: Coalition wins majority government  The Guardian

NSW Coalition has the seats to form a majority as Michael Daley stands aside until new Labor leader vote held after the federal election.


Man charged over Sydney officer's stabbing - 9news.com.au
Man charged over Sydney officer's stabbing  9news.com.au

A 53-year-old man has been charged after a NSW Police officer was stabbed in the back with a hunting knife at Sydney's Central railway station on Good Friday.


Hunt ready for Maroons No.9 job in Origin - Nine Wide World of Sports - Wide World of Sports
Hunt ready for Maroons No.9 job in Origin - Nine Wide World of Sports  Wide World of Sports

Ben Hunt has only started at hooker six times in his NRL career but he insists that's enough to make him confident he can wear Queensland's No.9 jersey.


Stadium outcry costs Ayres his job - The Australian
Stadium outcry costs Ayres his job  The Australian

A ministerial shake-up by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has stripped Stuart Ayres of his high-profile stadiums and sport portfolios, as the re-elected ...


Berejiklian to 'seek advice' on learning of minister's alt-right job offer - Sydney Morning Herald
Berejiklian to 'seek advice' on learning of minister's alt-right job offer  Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she would seek advice after it was revealed a figure linked to the recent alt-right infiltration of the Nationals' youth wing ...


The new NSW cabinet lineup - 9news.com.au
The new NSW cabinet lineup  9news.com.au

How the new cabinet of newly-re-elected NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian lines up.


Unemployment rate back up to five per cent as job ads slide again - Nine
Unemployment rate back up to five per cent as job ads slide again  Nine

Australia's unemployment rate has edged back up to five year per cent, breaking an eight-year low ahead of next month's Federal election. The Australian ...


Public service becomes a ministerial portfolio in NSW post-election reshuffle - The Mandarin
Public service becomes a ministerial portfolio in NSW post-election reshuffle  The Mandarin

New South Wales now has a Minister for the Public *Service* and Employee Relations following a post-election reshuffle, in which Don Harwin was allocated the ...


Child sex offender given top welfare job despite history of allegations - The Age
Child sex offender given top welfare job despite history of allegations  The Age

Child sex allegations followed Frank Valentine from one child welfare job to another until the mid-1980s when he was named Department of Youth and ...


Dean NSW Campuses - The Conversation AU
Dean NSW Campuses  The Conversation AU

The University of Tasmania is building a vision of a place-based University. As well as campuses in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie in Tasmania, the University ...


Planning and Environment Secretary Carolyn McNally resigns - The Mandarin
Planning and Environment Secretary Carolyn McNally resigns  The Mandarin

Carolyn McNally, secretary of the New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment, announced her resignation on Monday amid a post-election ...


NSW road and transport agencies merged; reshuffle in senior bureaucracy - Sydney Morning Herald
NSW road and transport agencies merged; reshuffle in senior bureaucracy  Sydney Morning Herald

Following her re-election, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has moved to merge two agencies and make a number of senior appointments.


Mining a top five industry for Australian job growth - Australian Mining
Mining a top five industry for Australian job growth  Australian Mining

Employment company SEEK has cited the mining, resources and energy sector as one of the five biggest industries for job growth over the past year.


Senior ministers ready to step into contentious Planning portfolio - Sydney Morning Herald
Senior ministers ready to step into contentious Planning portfolio  Sydney Morning Herald

The planning portfolio is emerging as one of the more coveted and contentious ministries to be awarded by a re-elected Gladys Berejiklian when she announces ...


NSW Minister for Agriculture, Western NSW: Adam Marshall says he's job ready - Katherine Times
NSW Minister for Agriculture, Western NSW: Adam Marshall says he's job ready  Katherine Times

"Drought is a real, personal issue for me ... for me it's a lived experience."


What do the 2019 NSW election results mean for engineers? - create digital
What do the 2019 NSW election results mean for engineers?  create digital

The ballots are in from the NSW state election. Here's what the outlook is for the engineering profession in four key policy areas. With the Liberal Party-National ...


The new-look NSW public service - The Mandarin
The new-look NSW public service  The Mandarin

An extensive post-election restructure sees the establishment of Australia's first Department of Customer *Service* in New South Wales, making a strong statement ...


Kimberly-Clark axes 220 Sydney workers, moving Huggies production to Asia - Daily Telegraph
Kimberly-Clark axes 220 Sydney workers, moving Huggies production to Asia  Daily Telegraph

Union bosses have accused US manufacturer Kimberly-Clark of rolling the dice on the quality of disposable nappies Aussie babies will use in the future by ...


Legal Counsel - Legal Jobs - Lawyers Weekly Jobs - Lawyers Weekly
Legal Counsel - Legal Jobs - Lawyers Weekly Jobs  Lawyers Weekly

Who we are. Tyro is Australia's largest fintech and one of the newest banks. We're giving the business banking world a good shake up, with smart technology ...


Oxley MP Melinda Pavey says she'd be honoured to be Nationals NSW Deputy Leader | Guardian News - Nambucca Guardian News
Oxley MP Melinda Pavey says she'd be honoured to be Nationals NSW Deputy Leader | Guardian News  Nambucca Guardian News

Newly re-elected Oxley MP Melinda Pavey may become the next Deputy Leader of the Nationals in NSW, after Niall Blair announced he was departing from the ...


Scaffolding collapse, Macquarie Park: One dead, another critical - NEWS.com.au
Scaffolding collapse, Macquarie Park: One dead, another critical  NEWS.com.au

The family who lost their teenage apprentice son in a horrific workplace accident say they are in horrendous pain and hope lessons will be learned from the ...


Local and state government | Water, jobs and road safety - Western Advocate
Local and state government | Water, jobs and road safety  Western Advocate

IN order to help our community maintain gardens while using water wisely, a series of Water Wise gardening workshops will be held throughout May.


Aitken the Dragon with the toughest job on Anzac Day - The Age
Aitken the Dragon with the toughest job on Anzac Day  The Age

Euan Aitken has the most daunting job in rugby league later this week - stopping a red-hot Latrell Mitchell on Anzac Day, *fresh* after his match-winning heroics in ...


NSW Office of Sport tables future employment options to staff impacted by Myuna Bay Sport and Recreation Centre closure - Newcastle Herald
NSW Office of Sport tables future employment options to staff impacted by Myuna Bay Sport and Recreation Centre closure  Newcastle Herald

STAFF of Myuna Bay Sport and Recreation Centre have been told of future employment options, including voluntary redundancies or relocation to other centres ...


Ausgrid worker dies after suffering electric shock in Sydney's north - The Age
Ausgrid worker dies after suffering electric shock in Sydney's north  The Age

A 39-year-old died in hospital after he suffered an electric shock on Tuesday morning.


Coalition's hidden promise to relocate more public servants from Canberra - The Canberra Times
Coalition's hidden promise to relocate more public servants from Canberra  The Canberra Times

Canberra will lose another 24 public *service* jobs to the bush as the Coalition courts voters in a regional NSW town drifting from the Nationals, it has been ...


Australia's richest and poorest postcodes revealed in ATO's 2016-17 tax statistics - ABC News
Australia's richest and poorest postcodes revealed in ATO's 2016-17 tax statistics  ABC News

Australia's richest live near Sydney's northern beaches and earn more than 10 times the income of the nation's poorest, who live in regional NSW, ATO statistics ...


David Leyonhjelm fails to win seat in NSW upper house - The Guardian
David Leyonhjelm fails to win seat in NSW upper house  The Guardian

One Nation will have two seats in the NSW upper house but former senator David Leyonhjelm has missed out - despite being so confident of securing a spot ...


Israel Folau hearing could turn on point of NSW law, expert says - The Guardian
Israel Folau hearing could turn on point of NSW law, expert says  The Guardian

Israel Folau's potential challenge to his sacking could turn on whether his conduct occurred in New South Wales, a legal expert has said.


ABS data shows healthy boost in Murray says NSW Business Chamber - The Border Mail
ABS data shows healthy boost in Murray says NSW Business Chamber  The Border Mail

ABS data shows healthy boost in Murray says NSW Business Chamber.


Nurses urge for release of report - Tweed Daily News
Nurses urge for release of report  Tweed Daily News

The unreleased report has led to job anxiety for health workers.


Australia | chaplaincy Wanted: 15 chaplains for ambulance service - Eternity News
Australia | chaplaincy Wanted: 15 chaplains for ambulance service  Eternity News

NSW Ambulance wants to add a third more chaplains to its ranks.


Oxley member, Melinda Pavey says she'd be honoured to be Nationals NSW Deputy Leader - Wauchope Gazette
Oxley member, Melinda Pavey says she'd be honoured to be Nationals NSW Deputy Leader  Wauchope Gazette

Newly-elected Oxley member Melinda Pavey may become the next Deputy Leader of the Nationals in New South Wales, after Niall Blair announced he was ...


Sydney scaffolding death prompts calls for better safety measures from Christopher Cassaniti's family - ABC News
Sydney scaffolding death prompts calls for better safety measures from Christopher Cassaniti's family  ABC News

Over 100 safety notices relating to scaffolding were handed out by inspectors during a year-long crackdown before a Sydney apprentice died this week, but ...


Melinda Pavey congratulates rival on becoming NSW Nationals deputy leader - Nambucca Guardian News
Melinda Pavey congratulates rival on becoming NSW Nationals deputy leader  Nambucca Guardian News

Bathurst MP Paul Toole replaces Primary Industries Minister Niall Blair.


Will the Government's jobs promises be enough to win back young voters in NSW? - SBS
Will the Government's jobs promises be enough to win back young voters in NSW?  SBS

With youth unemployment still more than double the national average, The Feed looks at whether the New South Wales government's big jobs pledge really ...


Several senior NSW public servants tipped for promotion in Gladys Berejiklian’s reshuffle - Daily Telegraph
Several senior NSW public servants tipped for promotion in Gladys Berejiklian’s reshuffle  Daily Telegraph

The husband of deputy federal Labor Leader Tanya Plibersek is one of several senior NSW public servants tipped to be promoted following a reshuffle of Gladys ...


Police felines on the job? - Echonetdaily
Police felines on the job?  Echonetdaily

The NSW Police Force is excited to announce the introduction of Police Cats (PCs) at every station across the state. But wait… What's the date? Police yesterday ...


Leyonhjelm misses out on NSW upper house - The Northern Daily Leader
Leyonhjelm misses out on NSW upper house  The Northern Daily Leader

One Nation will have two seats in the NSW upper house but former senator David Leyonhjelm has missed out, despite being so confident of securing a spot he'd ...


Sky high jobs for aviation family - Northern Star
Sky high jobs for aviation family  Northern Star

ONE Northern Rivers family has found a range of exciting aviation careers after studying at TAFE Wollongbar.


Rugby union: Waratahs coach backs Barker to do super job in final - Newcastle Herald
Rugby union: Waratahs coach backs Barker to do super job in final  Newcastle Herald

NSW Waratahs centre Katrina Barker faces one of the toughest tasks in Super W rugby - shutting down Queensland young gun Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea.


PODCAST: What Can We Do For Live Music Now The NSW Election's Decided? - Pedestrian TV
PODCAST: What Can We Do For Live Music Now The NSW Election's Decided?  Pedestrian TV

PEDESTRIAN.TV's James Hennessy weighs in on what the NSW election results means for live music in NSW, and how punters can keep the conversation ...


Wellington Correctional Centre staff volunteer for NSW SES - Daily Liberal
Wellington Correctional Centre staff volunteer for NSW SES  Daily Liberal

Staff from Wellington's correctional centre will be the latest volunteers to don the orange uniforms of the state's SES volunteers. Eight correctional services staff ...


Transport to Treatment Volunteer Driver - Southern Highlands - Pedestrian TV
Transport to Treatment Volunteer Driver - Southern Highlands  Pedestrian TV

Are you passionate about giving back to the community? Do you enjoy driving? Outline of the role: Cancer Council NSW helps people affected by cancer and ...


Hundreds of health jobs vacant across NSW - Ballarat Courier
Hundreds of health jobs vacant across NSW  Ballarat Courier

An audit of health jobs, shows there are 404 unfilled health jobs outside of Sydney, Newcastle and Illawarra.


Daley rules out NSW Labor leadership bid - Blue Mountains Gazette
Daley rules out NSW Labor leadership bid  Blue Mountains Gazette

Michael Daley has announced he will not recontest NSW Labor's leadership a day after vowing to run for the job while Premier Gladys Berejiklian promises she ...


Baggage and backstabbing: The messy contest for Gilmore - The Canberra Times
Baggage and backstabbing: The messy contest for Gilmore  The Canberra Times

Voters are struggling to fathom one of the most complicated contests of the election, writes Garry Maddox.


NSW's $90 billion infrastructure spend crucial for jobs boost, says government - Sydney Morning Herald
NSW's $90 billion infrastructure spend crucial for jobs boost, says government  Sydney Morning Herald

The Berejiklian government says its infrastructure plans will be crucial to the state's prospects as new Treasury figures show major projects will support more ...


Michael Daley apologises over comments about foreigners taking jobs ahead of NSW election - ABC News
Michael Daley apologises over comments about foreigners taking jobs ahead of NSW election  ABC News

The NSW Labor leader apologises after a video emerged of him telling a party function jobs in Sydney were being taken by foreigners from typically Asia.


Information Service Volunteer - The Tweed Hospital - Pedestrian TV
Information Service Volunteer - The Tweed Hospital  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 state election: Jobs, employment available in Central West - Forbes Advocate
NSW state election: Jobs, employment available in Central West  Forbes Advocate

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.


NSW Premier's record jobs claim is true - Warrnambool Standard
NSW Premier's record jobs claim is true  Warrnambool Standard

An AAP CrossCheck investigation. Has the NSW government helped create hundreds of thousands of new jobs since being elected in 2011? The Statement ...


Keary in frame for NSW halves: Fittler - Blayney Chronicle
Keary in frame for NSW halves: Fittler  Blayney Chronicle

Twelve months ago, Luke Keary would have baulked at the prospect of wearing the No.7 jumper. But after learning under the wing of Cooper Cronk, he has not ...


Economists say NSW premier's 'ambitious' job target isn't - The Australian Financial Review
Economists say NSW premier's 'ambitious' job target isn't  The Australian Financial Review

Economists said Gladys Berejiklian's job creation promise implied average unemployment of around 4.5 per cent, which was well above the 3.9 per cent rate ...


Programs Administration Assistant Volunteer - Pedestrian TV
Programs Administration Assistant Volunteer  Pedestrian TV

Cancer Council NSW is a community funded, community focused cancer charity dedicated to working towards a cancer free Are you looking to gain experience ...


Independent Planning Commission listens to community views on proposed Dartbrook Coal Mine modification at Muswellbrook hearing - Muswellbrook Chronicle
Independent Planning Commission listens to community views on proposed Dartbrook Coal Mine modification at Muswellbrook hearing  Muswellbrook Chronicle

ONE of the most divisive issues in the region was explored in further detail on Tuesday as heavy hitters from all across the Upper Hunter had their say on the ...


Social impact investors put $5 million on youth employment - The Mandarin
Social impact investors put $5 million on youth employment  The Mandarin

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NSW election: Gladys Berejiklian unveils 250,000 new jobs pledge - NEWS.com.au
NSW election: Gladys Berejiklian unveils 250,000 new jobs pledge  NEWS.com.au

Her government is on the ropes with young voters, illustrated once again last week when thousands rallied against controversial new regulations on music ...


The complete 2019 Australian budget: choose what matters to you – interactive - The Guardian
The complete 2019 Australian budget: choose what matters to you – interactive  The Guardian

Build your own 2019 federal budget coverage by choosing the topics you're interested in, or just read our entire budget coverage in one place.


Michael Daley claims foreigners taking young people's jobs - Sydney Morning Herald
Michael Daley claims foreigners taking young people's jobs  Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has been captured on video claiming that young people were leaving Sydney and being replaced by foreigners who were ...


NSW Man Charged In “Bias-Related Incident” For Allegedly Intimidating Family - Pedestrian TV
NSW Man Charged In “Bias-Related Incident” For Allegedly Intimidating Family  Pedestrian TV

NSW Police were called to Bulli Tops Lookout in the Illawarra on Sunday for what is being described as a “bias related incident” after a man was alleged to have ...


'We will keep them here in NSW': Labor announces jobs policy - The Age
'We will keep them here in NSW': Labor announces jobs policy  The Age

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has promised more local workers and materials will be used in major state government contracts if elected in next month's ...


Regional NSW towns welcome skilled migrants amid worker shortages - Daily Telegraph
Regional NSW towns welcome skilled migrants amid worker shortages  Daily Telegraph

Migrants could save the states struggling bush towns from a shortage of skilled workers and fill vacancies driven by the construction boom, according to regional ...


Dams, jobs, transport on CWA wishlist from next NSW Government - Western Advocate
Dams, jobs, transport on CWA wishlist from next NSW Government  Western Advocate

A cardiac bus *service* to rural areas, new regional jobs and new dams in the Central West are among some of the priority policies identified by the Country ...


TAFE Armidale student Toby Walker shearing in Western Australia - Armidale Express
TAFE Armidale student Toby Walker shearing in Western Australia  Armidale Express

From TAFE NSW Armidale to shearing in Western Australia.


Greens launch Janet Murray as candidate for seat of the Hunter - Cessnock Advertiser
Greens launch Janet Murray as candidate for seat of the Hunter  Cessnock Advertiser

*Fresh* from the NSW election campaign, Janet Murray is standing as the Greens candidate for the seat of Hunter. Ms Murray has lived in the Cessnock area for ...


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.


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.


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.”


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

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


Job prospects not all bad for young people in tree-change country - ABC News
Job prospects not all bad for young people in tree-change country  ABC News

The survival of regional towns revolves around the need to train and retain the next generation of willing workers — but are there enough jobs to go around?


Employment enjoys a strong start to the year with a flood of full-time work in January - ABC News
Employment enjoys a strong start to the year with a flood of full-time work in January  ABC News

A surge in full-time jobs beats expectations, keeps unemployment steady and sends the Australian dollar higher.


'You can hear the destruction': Labor guarantees stadium jobs - Sydney Morning Herald
'You can hear the destruction': Labor guarantees stadium jobs  Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has given an "iron-clad guarantee" to workers at Allianz Stadium that they will not be left jobless.


Jobs strong but economy facing slowdown ahead of election and budget - The Age
Jobs strong but economy facing slowdown ahead of election and budget  The Age

The federal budget and election will be fought against the backdrop of a deteriorating economy with one of the nation's pre-eminent economists predicting the ...


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 ...


NSW Coalition deserves to finish job it started - The Australian Financial Review
NSW Coalition deserves to finish job it started  The Australian Financial Review

The Coalition has succeeded where the last Labor government failed. Nothing has really changed, writes The AFR View.


Nicole Cook headlines day one of Tamworth Regional Business Summit - The Northern Daily Leader
Nicole Cook headlines day one of Tamworth Regional Business Summit  The Northern Daily Leader

Innovation and technology are not going to take people's jobs, but rather create more jobs and more opportunities to keep, and attract, young skilled ...


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 ...


Women lead the way in best ever jobs figures - Daily Telegraph
Women lead the way in best ever jobs figures  Daily Telegraph

Unemployment in New South Wales has plunged to its lowest rate on record with the state propping up the job market across Australia as women charge into the ...


Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years - ABC News
Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years  ABC News

The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in almost eight years, although its move below 5 per cent was largely driven by fewer people looking for ...


Dominic Perrottet says unemployment in NSW was nearly 50 per cent higher under Labor. Is he correct? - ABC News
Dominic Perrottet says unemployment in NSW was nearly 50 per cent higher under Labor. Is he correct?  ABC News

Dominic Perrottet compared the jobless rate under Labor and the Coalition, but experts told RMIT ABC Fact Check his figures are meaningless.


'Blew me away': record low unemployment figures but problems in the bush - Sydney Morning Herald
'Blew me away': record low unemployment figures but problems in the bush  Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she was blown away by news the state's jobless rate had plunged to a record low of 3.9 per cent, but conceded there were ...


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

A GOVERNMENT promise to sink $16 million more into surf lifesaving across NSW will help pay for staff to deliver education and outreach programs in Tighes ...


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 ...


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 ...


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

Health, well-being and community services will experience solid employment growth rates within Sutherland Shire, a recent study by TAFE NSW reveals.


Disability Employment in Public Service Going Backwards - Pro Bono Australia
Disability Employment in Public Service Going Backwards  Pro Bono Australia

The disability community is being shut out of public sector jobs, disability groups say in light of recent data which shows the employment of people with disability ...


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

The man who would be premier cites two local members 'who never lost the common touch' as inspiration.


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.


'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.


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 ...