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Aussie dollar spikes on jobs figures - Queensland Times
Aussie dollar spikes on jobs figures  Queensland Times

Full-time employment rising was good news for the Australian dollar, which is a key indicator for the RBA's decision on rates.


Labor shafts itself on coal mine conundrum - Queensland Times
Labor shafts itself on coal mine conundrum  Queensland Times

Labor's federal leadership has attacked Adani's promised employment opportunities as “fake jobs” as Queensland MPs split on the mega coal mine.


Hogsback on the Queensland jobs boom - www.miningmonthly.com
Hogsback on the Queensland jobs boom  www.miningmonthly.com

The good times are rolling back in for the Queensland coal jobs market.


Labor shafts itself on coal mine conundrum after ‘unhelpful’ MP comments - Courier Mail
Labor shafts itself on coal mine conundrum after ‘unhelpful’ MP comments  Courier Mail

LABOR'S federal leadership has attacked Adani's promised employment opportunities as “fake jobs” as Queensland MPs yesterday split on the mega coal mine.


Bob Katter to run CFMEU candidates in marginal Queensland coal seats - Sydney Morning Herald
Bob Katter to run CFMEU candidates in marginal Queensland coal seats  Sydney Morning Herald

Maverick Queensland MP Bob Katter has recruited two disgruntled union members to run against Labor at the federal election, seizing on a rupture over the ...


Scott Morrison to pledge 1.25m new jobs as he begins four-day Queensland trip - The Guardian
Scott Morrison to pledge 1.25m new jobs as he begins four-day Queensland trip  The Guardian

Prime minister to make jobs and infrastructure promises as high-profile independent prepares to challenge treasurer Josh Frydenberg.


Queensland's summer of natural disasters will cost $1.5 billion - The Age
Queensland's summer of natural disasters will cost $1.5 billion  The Age

The damage bill from Queensland's summer of floods and fires will top more than $1 billion. Premier Annstacia Palszczuk said early estimates of the cost to ...


Queensland flood devastation brings strangers together to help bury thousands of animals - ABC News
Queensland flood devastation brings strangers together to help bury thousands of animals  ABC News

A band of friends travel hundreds of kilometres into the epicentre of the flood disaster to do the job no one else wants to do — digging mass graves for thousands ...


Full-time jobs ease rate cut pressure - NEWS.com.au
Full-time jobs ease rate cut pressure  NEWS.com.au

Australia's jobless rate remained steady at a seasonally adjusted 5.0 per cent in January, but a jump in full-time employment could reassure the Reserve Bank ...


JOBS: Queensland set to become renewable exporter - Queensland Times
JOBS: Queensland set to become renewable exporter  Queensland Times

QUEENSLAND could become a net exporter of renewable energy into the national grid, according to the company behind a new solar farm near Maryborough.


Pay packets grow fastest in Queensland's public service - Sydney Morning Herald
Pay packets grow fastest in Queensland's public service  Sydney Morning Herald

New data has revealed how quickly wages are rising in the public sector versus the private sector.


About 100 Qld workers have silicosis - NEWS.com.au
About 100 Qld workers have silicosis  NEWS.com.au

The Queensland government says it is not to blame if hundreds of stonemasons die from a preventable lung disease, and it is up to employers to look after the ...


CFMEU and miners tell Labor to stop playing games over Adani mine - The Australian Financial Review
CFMEU and miners tell Labor to stop playing games over Adani mine  The Australian Financial Review

The CFMEU has joined forces with big miners to accuse the Palaszczuk Labor government of treating Indian company Adani differently in their approvals for the ...


Mining jobs bonanza in Queensland - www.miningmonthly.com
Mining jobs bonanza in Queensland  www.miningmonthly.com

EXPLORATION geologists, mining engineers and maintenance professionals including fitters, boilermakers and electricians made the list of the top resources ...


Teachers inquiry will show if Laming learnt his lesson - Sydney Morning Herald
Teachers inquiry will show if Laming learnt his lesson  Sydney Morning Herald

Teacher bashing is a national sport in Australia, and it's got to stop. But putting MP Andrew Laming in charge of an inquiry into teachers is akin to putting a fox in ...


Menswear retailer closes doors, 124 Qld jobs to go - Queensland Times
Menswear retailer closes doors, 124 Qld jobs to go  Queensland Times

FAILED menswear retailer Ed Harry will close its doors for the last time in the coming weeks, leading to the loss of more than 120 jobs across Queensland.


Year starts with a surge in full-time jobs as unemployment rate holds steady - Sydney Morning Herald
Year starts with a surge in full-time jobs as unemployment rate holds steady  Sydney Morning Herald

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been delivered an important economic boost with new figures showing 64,000 full time jobs created across the country in ...


Next boom that will spark 24000 new jobs - Queensland Times
Next boom that will spark 24000 new jobs  Queensland Times

More than 24000 new jobs will be created in the resources and mining industry over the next decade as Australia rides the wave of global demand.


Adani accuses Qld Government of putting megamine jobs in limbo - Courier Mail
Adani accuses Qld Government of putting megamine jobs in limbo  Courier Mail

THE State Government has been accused of failing to meet its own deadline for releasing the controversial review preventing the Carmichael mega coalmine ...


Jobs go begging on Hayman and Daydream islands as resorts reopen after Cyclone Debbie - Courier Mail
Jobs go begging on Hayman and Daydream islands as resorts reopen after Cyclone Debbie  Courier Mail

UP TO 250 jobs are still available on two resorts in the Whitsundays Islands within months of their reopening. Daydream and Hayman islands are scheduled to ...


Revealed: How golden were our Games - Queensland Times
Revealed: How golden were our Games  Queensland Times

The figures are in, and we now know whether predictions of the economic benefits of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games were accurate.


Commonwealth Games saw $2.5b boost in QLD economy - Courier Mail
Commonwealth Games saw $2.5b boost in QLD economy  Courier Mail

THE Gold Coast Commonwealth Games will boost the Queensland economy by almost $2.5 billion, a new report reveals. Preliminary data from analysis by ...


Queensland union will not back election candidates who do not support coal workers - The Guardian
Queensland union will not back election candidates who do not support coal workers  The Guardian

The mining arm of the CFMMEU in Queensland has said it will not automatically endorse Labor candidates.


Job creation tipped for north Queensland after Australian Mines' $1.4b Sconi project receives state blessing - Small Caps
Job creation tipped for north Queensland after Australian Mines' $1.4b Sconi project receives state blessing  Small Caps

Metals explorer Australian Mines (ASX: AUZ) will be able to fast-track development of its $1.4 billion Sconi cobalt-nickel-scandium asset in north Queensland ...


Screen industry jobs bonanza with three major productions filming in Queensland - Mirage News
Screen industry jobs bonanza with three major productions filming in Queensland  Mirage News

Stars of movie and screen have descended on Queensland as filming begins on two major productions on top of a third production well underway. The Premier ...


ASX poised to open higher, jobs report awaited - The Australian Financial Review
ASX poised to open higher, jobs report awaited  The Australian Financial Review

Australian shares are poised to open higher, ahead of the latest jobs report.


Adani not the only jobs magnet: Shorten - Queensland Times
Adani not the only jobs magnet: Shorten  Queensland Times

OPPOSITION leader Bill Shorten has cautioned Townsville residents against Adani's "silver bullet solutions". Mr Shorten made the comments during a major ...


Ante Milicic wins Matildas coaching job - Queensland Times
Ante Milicic wins Matildas coaching job  Queensland Times

The Matildas have received a huge boost after a turbulent month, by securing highly rated ex-Socceroos assistant coach Ante Milicic for their operation France ...


PoliticsNow: Senate estimates hears of 'Hockey owes me' meeting - The Australian
PoliticsNow: Senate estimates hears of 'Hockey owes me' meeting  The Australian

Hello and welcome to PoliticsNow, The Australians live blog on the happenings at Parliament House in Canberra.


Cowboys executives Jeff Reibel and Michael Luck jobs official - Townsville Bulletin
Cowboys executives Jeff Reibel and Michael Luck jobs official  Townsville Bulletin

Jeff Reibel and Michael Luck have officially been appointed as Cowboys executives after five months acting in their roles. The Board of the North Queensland ...


Man sues over elbow injuries from excessive computer work - Queensland Times
Man sues over elbow injuries from excessive computer work  Queensland Times

A FORMER call centre operator has launched legal action against car hire company Hertz, claiming years of excessive work have left his elbows in tatters.


Where all the new jobs will be in Queensland by 2022 - Brisbane Times
Where all the new jobs will be in Queensland by 2022  Brisbane Times

The degrees with the biggest growth over the next are not where all the jobs will be.


The Blue Mud Army answers the call to arms! - Far North - myPolice
The Blue Mud Army answers the call to arms! - Far North  myPolice

Following the recent devastating flooding in Townsville, a call to arms was made from Townsville Police that was eagerly answered by a team of officers.


Decentralisation, Labor style: permanent full-time jobs in regional Human Services hubs - The Mandarin
Decentralisation, Labor style: permanent full-time jobs in regional Human Services hubs  The Mandarin

The opposition has taken up the idea of public *service* decentralisation as a vehicle for regional development, but gone further than the government with a ...


'Love doesn't pay the bills': Workers struggle with low pay - Observer
'Love doesn't pay the bills': Workers struggle with low pay  Observer

It has been years since she had a pay rise and there are no prospects for one any time soon. The 34-year-old Central Queensland resident is an early childhood ...


JOBS: How to become involved in ED construction - Observer
JOBS: How to become involved in ED construction  Observer

Woollam Constructions to hold contractor information evening this week.


Mark Bouris: Business mentor’s advice for entrepreneurs - NEWS.com.au
Mark Bouris: Business mentor’s advice for entrepreneurs  NEWS.com.au

A growing number of Australians want to ditch conventional employment in favour of doing their own thing and being their own boss. And Mark Bouris, one of the ...


The jobs about to get a massive pay rise - Queensland Times
The jobs about to get a massive pay rise  Queensland Times

Queensland's most in-demand workers could see their salaries jump by as much as a third this year. SEE WHAT JOBS ARE ABOUT TO BOOM.


New data reveals where the jobs will be in five years - Courier Mail
New data reveals where the jobs will be in five years  Courier Mail

AUSTRALIA will need an army of new nurses, health and aged-care workers — as well as thousands of waiters and massage therapists — over the next five ...


The easiest and hardest places to get a job in Qld - Courier Mail
The easiest and hardest places to get a job in Qld  Courier Mail

IF you want a job in Queensland it appears the sugar cane capital of Mackay is the place to be.


Queensland coal exports hit record high, Greens claim jobs numbers don't stack up - ABC News
Queensland coal exports hit record high, Greens claim jobs numbers don't stack up  ABC News

Despite figures showing a coal-export record has been beaten, with 223 million tonnes passing through Queensland ports last year, Greens senator Larissa ...


Queensland has the worst unemployment rate in the nation - Brisbane Times
Queensland has the worst unemployment rate in the nation  Brisbane Times

Queensland is now "outright last and going further backwards" on employment.


This is where the jobs are in Australia - Queensland Times
This is where the jobs are in Australia  Queensland Times

NEW analysis shows the areas where jobs are growing in Australia — and one state appears to be dominating the rest.


Solar boom 'bringing hundreds of jobs' to Queensland's Darling Downs - ABC News
Solar boom 'bringing hundreds of jobs' to Queensland's Darling Downs  ABC News

A renewable energy boom is reinvigorating the Darling Downs local economy but although some landholders are eager to be involved, not all residents are ...


Jobs up for grabs for Christmas - Queensland Times
Jobs up for grabs for Christmas  Queensland Times

RETAILERS are punting on a Santa rally for the sector with job posts for casual and part time workers on website Indeed more than double that of last year.


$1.3b nickel project set to create 800 jobs - Queensland Times
$1.3b nickel project set to create 800 jobs  Queensland Times

THE former nickel mining town of Greenvale is set for revival on the back of a $1.3 billion project to produce nickel and cobalt for the battery market and ...


$300 million zinc refinery expansion to increase production and jobs in north Queensland - ABC News
$300 million zinc refinery expansion to increase production and jobs in north Queensland  ABC News

Zinc production is set to increase in Australia with a multi-million investment to expand a refinery in north Queensland.


Jobs that suffered biggest salary drops - Queensland Times
Jobs that suffered biggest salary drops  Queensland Times

GEOPHYSICISTS, engineers, nurses and public servants are just some of the professions that have experienced the biggest salary drops in the space of a year, ...


Labor's $1b boost to fuel Queensland jobs boom - Fraser Coast Chronicle
Labor's $1b boost to fuel Queensland jobs boom  Fraser Coast Chronicle

Australia's hydrogen export industry would be opened up under an audacious $1 billion Labor plan intended to revive the fortunes of central Queensland.


Laws that could kill 20,000 mining jobs - Courier Mail
Laws that could kill 20,000 mining jobs  Courier Mail

A SHOCK Bill to ban coalmining in Queensland — killing off 20000 new jobs — will be used as rallying cry to lure voters back to the LNP and turn pressure back ...


Queensland coal mine to hire 350 workers - Courier Mail
Queensland coal mine to hire 350 workers  Courier Mail

MORE than 350 workers will be hired at a new coal mine in Central Queensland in the latest sign of a resurgence in the states resources sector.


Queensland solar farms actively hiring backpackers, insider claims - ABC News
Queensland solar farms actively hiring backpackers, insider claims  ABC News

Despite the Queensland Government promising a jobs boom from the construction of dozens of solar projects across the state, an industry insider says ...


Bill Shorten to make local jobs pitch as Queensland bus tour continues - The Guardian
Bill Shorten to make local jobs pitch as Queensland bus tour continues  The Guardian

Companies bidding for government projects worth more than $10m will be required to look for local workers first under Labor.


APPLY NOW: Is this the best job in the world? - Queensland Times
APPLY NOW: Is this the best job in the world?  Queensland Times

HOW would you like a job travelling around, chin wagging with residents in the Somerset region? That's the opportunity Somerset Regional Council has on offer ...


Where you can apply for a job in Ipswich right now - Queensland Times
Where you can apply for a job in Ipswich right now  Queensland Times

JOB hunters are in luck with a number of local Red Rooster restaurants recruiting for a range of positions in the lead up to Christmas. Red Rooster Queensland ...


Glencore to 'reconfigure' its Hail Creek coal mine, 430 Bowen Basin jobs to go - ABC News
Glencore to 'reconfigure' its Hail Creek coal mine, 430 Bowen Basin jobs to go  ABC News

Just months after acquiring Hail Creek in Queensland's Bowen Basin, resources company Glencore announces it intends to cut 430 jobs at the mine.


More than one in five Queensland public servants not in permanent jobs - Brisbane Times
More than one in five Queensland public servants not in permanent jobs  Brisbane Times

More than one in five Queensland public sector workers were casuals, temporary workers or on contracts, according to the latest figures. There were 226,469 ...


QLD police jobs: Shortage is critical, 1650 extra officers needed - Courier Mail
QLD police jobs: Shortage is critical, 1650 extra officers needed  Courier Mail

POLICE staffing is at critical levels and 1650 extra officers are needed immediately as jobs take up to eight hours to attend, Queenslands Police Union ...


Hundreds of jobs lost as major central Queensland building company JM Kelly collapses - ABC News
Hundreds of jobs lost as major central Queensland building company JM Kelly collapses  ABC News

Devastated workers have lost their jobs and a building site has been abandoned after a major central Queensland building company went into administration.


Apply now for one of nine new jobs at Costco - Queensland Times
Apply now for one of nine new jobs at Costco  Queensland Times

Costco is less than three months away from opening a second Queensland store at Bundamba and already managers are looking for staff to fill some of 280 ...


Celebrating 100 UQ startups to grow jobs and Queensland's future - UQ News
Celebrating 100 UQ startups to grow jobs and Queensland's future  UQ News

UniQuest, the commercialisation company of The University of Queensland, is today celebrating the creation of more than 100 startups. UQ Vice-Chancellor and ...


6 North Queensland mining jobs: 50 positions open now - Townsville Bulletin
6 North Queensland mining jobs: 50 positions open now  Townsville Bulletin

FIFTY new mining production jobs are available at a gold mine near Mount Isa.


China Stone thermal coal mine gets coordinator-general approval but conservationists unhappy - ABC News
China Stone thermal coal mine gets coordinator-general approval but conservationists unhappy  ABC News

The $6.7 billion China Stone thermal coal mine, planned to sit alongside Adani's proposed operation, is a step closer after gaining approval from Queensland's ...


Queensland faces hospitality staff crisis with 9000 jobs to fill by 2020 - Brisbane Times
Queensland faces hospitality staff crisis with 9000 jobs to fill by 2020  Brisbane Times

Queensland is facing a hospitality staffing crisis, with proposed Brisbane tourism developments set to create 9000 extra jobs in two years. Experts say working in ...


Sheep farming still a job with a future, this young Queensland grazier insists - ABC News
Sheep farming still a job with a future, this young Queensland grazier insists  ABC News

When Sandy Mackenzie went bush to return to his roots, he knew it was a world away from the life he had made for himself in Brisbane — and he was fine with ...


350 new jobs as mine gets green light - Queensland Times
350 new jobs as mine gets green light  Queensland Times

ABOUT 350 new jobs will be created in Central Queensland following the State Government giving the green light to a new Bowen Basin mining project.


Public servant jobs pushing up employment figures - Courier Mail
Public servant jobs pushing up employment figures  Courier Mail

A THIRD of all new jobs created in Queensland during the June quarter were funded by taxpayers after the Palaszczuk Government continued its public *service* ...


Queensland minister accused of inflating mining job numbers - The Guardian
Queensland minister accused of inflating mining job numbers  The Guardian

The Queensland resources minister has been accused of using exaggerated job numbers circulated by the mining lobby when announcing the state would sell ...


Queensland enjoys highest job growth rate in nation - Brisbane Times
Queensland enjoys highest job growth rate in nation  Brisbane Times

Queensland has recorded its highest jobs growth in the country for the 12 months to March but still languishes compared with other states' unemployment rates.


Queensland leads the way on employment growth but ranks sixth on economic performance - Brisbane Times
Queensland leads the way on employment growth but ranks sixth on economic performance  Brisbane Times

Queensland's job growth is the fastest in the nation, and population growth is on a high, the latest State of the States report says. CommSec assessed each state ...


Shutdown of government spending on infrastructure hinders economy - Courier Mail
Shutdown of government spending on infrastructure hinders economy  Courier Mail

QUEENSLANDS booming economy came to a shuddering halt in the June quarter, producing the worst growth of all the states and raising concerns about job ...


Shortage of construction tradies in Sydney opens up opportunities for Queenslanders - Courier Mail
Shortage of construction tradies in Sydney opens up opportunities for Queenslanders  Courier Mail

A SHORTAGE of Sydney tradies could open the window for Brisbane tradesmen and women to seek work down south at least in the short term.


1400 mining jobs up for grabs in Queensland - Gladstone Observer
1400 mining jobs up for grabs in Queensland  Gladstone Observer

ABOUT 1400 jobs are up for grabs in the Queensland mining sector as confidence returns and strong coal prices create boom-like conditions. The Queensland ...


Construction on Adani coal mine in Queensland to begin next year - SBS News
Construction on Adani coal mine in Queensland to begin next year  SBS News

The Indian mining giant has announced it will self-finance the controversial mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin.


Queensland's highest-paid identified with surgical precision - Brisbane Times
Queensland's highest-paid identified with surgical precision  Brisbane Times

They quite literally hold the lives of thousands of Queenslanders in their hands, so it is perhaps no surprise to see surgeons top the list of the most paid ...


Queensland Teachers’ Union boss set for $10m Queensland Industrial Relations Commission role - Courier Mail
Queensland Teachers’ Union boss set for $10m Queensland Industrial Relations Commission role  Courier Mail

THE State Opposition has slammed the Government over a 10 million jobs for the girls move to hand a top role to a union chief.


Defence industry jobs growing with new contract awarded in Queensland - Brisbane Times
Defence industry jobs growing with new contract awarded in Queensland  Brisbane Times

The Sunshine State is strengthening as a leader in the defence industry, with Queensland companies winning contracts to deliver more heavy vehicles and ...


Game changing broadband cable project a step closer - Courier Mail
Game changing broadband cable project a step closer  Courier Mail

QUEENSLANDS own Silicon Coast is a step closer, with the latest contract signed for the submarine broadband cable tipped to transform the Sunshine Coast ...


Queensland jobless rate equal worst in the nation - Brisbane Times
Queensland jobless rate equal worst in the nation  Brisbane Times

Queensland's jobless rate is the equal worst in the nation, official figures reveal. The unemployment rate in April rose to 6.5 per cent, up from 6.1 per cent, ...


First 140 jobs available on $5.2b military vehicle project - Queensland Times
First 140 jobs available on $5.2b military vehicle project  Queensland Times

According to Rheinmetall careers, about 140 jobs on the Land 400 project have been released, mostly based in Hamburg. They include welders, electronics ...


Demand for workers in Queensland's resources sector continues - Australian Mining
Demand for workers in Queensland's resources sector continues  Australian Mining

Queensland is teeming with hundreds of jobs in the resources sector, from Townsville and Mt Isa in the north, to Toowoomba and Roma in the south and in ...


'Where goes Queensland, goes the nation': Bill Shorten on bus tour - The Sydney Morning Herald
'Where goes Queensland, goes the nation': Bill Shorten on bus tour  The Sydney Morning Herald

Labor needs Queensland, the Opposition Leader says, launching his nine-day bus tour of the state.


Council CEO resigns after three months in job - Queensland Times
Council CEO resigns after three months in job  Queensland Times

Ipswich City Council this morning announced it would soon start the recruitment process for the role. Mr Madigan will not leave the organisation, with the council ...


Queensland prison guard sacked for falling asleep on the job - Brisbane Times
Queensland prison guard sacked for falling asleep on the job  Brisbane Times

A guard fired from Queensland's largest prison for falling asleep on the job multiple times and carrying out unauthorised strip searches of prisoners has failed in ...


JOBS: Cutting edge technology hub heading to Springfield - Queensland Times
JOBS: Cutting edge technology hub heading to Springfield  Queensland Times

SPRINGFIELD is in the running to become the centre of technological development in relation to electric cars bringing new jobs with it.


Regional universities outperform Brisbane big names in graduate jobs and pay - Courier Mail
Regional universities outperform Brisbane big names in graduate jobs and pay  Courier Mail

QUEENSLANDS regional universities are outperforming some of the big names in the states capital in landing new graduates jobs and getting better pay, ...


Almost 550 Telstra jobs in Queensland 'in the firing line', union says - Brisbane Times
Almost 550 Telstra jobs in Queensland 'in the firing line', union says  Brisbane Times

Almost 550 jobs at Telstra's two call centres in Queensland are "in the firing line" according to the Community and Public Sector Union, after the company ...


Telstra axes jobs just before Christmas - Queensland Times
Telstra axes jobs just before Christmas  Queensland Times

TELSTRA has been slammed as "heartless" after cutting more than a dozen jobs across North Queensland just weeks before Christmas. Four full time positions ...


Health courses dominate Queensland university offers - Brisbane Times
Health courses dominate Queensland university offers  Brisbane Times

Australia's ageing population and the need for 12000 NDIS jobs in Queensland is shown in the demand for health courses by 2019 Queensland university ...


Queensland's interstate migration surges amid solid jobs growth, Deloitte concludes - ABC News
Queensland's interstate migration surges amid solid jobs growth, Deloitte concludes  ABC News

After years in the economic slow lane, Queensland is starting to surge with solid jobs growth and strong interstate migration driven by Sydney and Melbourne's ...


12 bizarre jobs on offer at Costco Bundamba - Queensland Times
12 bizarre jobs on offer at Costco Bundamba  Queensland Times

ALMOST 300 skilled workers are still needed to fill positions at the Costco warehouse before it opens in November. The US company is known to offer some ...


Farmers accuse Government of putting power profits before them - Courier Mail
Farmers accuse Government of putting power profits before them  Courier Mail

DESPERATE farmers fear the Queensland Government will gut a country town in the states fruit bowl and kill off hundreds of jobs for the sake of power profits.


QLD coal mine approval to deliver 350 jobs to Bowen Basin - Australian Mining
QLD coal mine approval to deliver 350 jobs to Bowen Basin  Australian Mining

Fitzroy Australia Resources' Ironbark No. 1 coal mine has received approval from the QLD State Government in a move that will bring 350 local jobs.


Up to 900 jobs at risk at Gold Coast Jewel development site amid 'unprecedented' problems, union warns - ABC News
Up to 900 jobs at risk at Gold Coast Jewel development site amid 'unprecedented' problems, union warns  ABC News

Workers strike for a second day on the $1 billion Jewel resort development in Surfers Paradise, with the CFMEU saying the situation is unprecedented and it ...


Skilled workers needed to fuel manufacturing boom - Queensland Times
Skilled workers needed to fuel manufacturing boom  Queensland Times

ATTRACTING new apprentices and skilled employees to the workforce is vital if the booming manufacturing industry in Ipswich is to sustain itself, new research ...


Glencore to axe 400 jobs at Queensland mine - Courier Mail
Glencore to axe 400 jobs at Queensland mine  Courier Mail

GLOBAL resources giant Glencore will sack hundreds of Hail Creek mine workers in what it has dubbed a restructure of its operations.


Are we ready to take advantage of the Inland Rail reality? - Queensland Country Life
Are we ready to take advantage of the Inland Rail reality?  Queensland Country Life

The Inland Rail has been a long time coming for the Darling Downs region but now that the project is a reality, businesses need to be ready to make the most of ...


Job prospects bright for UQ graduates - UQ News - UQ News
Job prospects bright for UQ graduates - UQ News  UQ News

The University of Queensland has climbed another place in the 2019 QS Graduate Employability Rankings, to be number 48 in the world. The result places UQ ...


REVEALED: 40-31 of Ipswich's Top 50 Most Influential list - Queensland Times
REVEALED: 40-31 of Ipswich's Top 50 Most Influential list  Queensland Times

Who ranked from 40 to 31 in the list of Ipswich's Most Influential people for 2018?


Shell QGC expansion to secure up to 350 jobs in Queensland - Australian Mining
Shell QGC expansion to secure up to 350 jobs in Queensland  Australian Mining

Shell's QGC onshore gas venture in Queensland has announced a significant expansion that will secure up to 350 jobs over the next two years. Project ...