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Queensland location with the most high-paying mining jobs - Courier Mail
Queensland location with the most high-paying mining jobs  Courier Mail

The resource industry, synonymous with long flights to remote parts of the state, actually has hundreds of jobs on offer in the city and most of them come with a ...


Queensland Labor to change its official platform in coal-friendly revamp - The Guardian
Queensland Labor to change its official platform in coal-friendly revamp  The Guardian

State conference expected to endorse proposal in a bid to reconnect with regional and blue-collar voters.


How you can ditch the city gridlock and start work on a tropical Qld island - Courier Mail
How you can ditch the city gridlock and start work on a tropical Qld island  Courier Mail

FORGET sitting in Brisbane traffic gridlocked by climate change protesters, there are dozens of jobs available on Queensland islands.


'Jobs for drone pilots' promised, but new robot delivery company is light on local vacancies - ABC News
'Jobs for drone pilots' promised, but new robot delivery company is light on local vacancies  ABC News

The Queensland Labor Government is facing accusations of overselling the job creation benefits of a new automated drone delivery *service*.


Investors warned against buying property near Adani coal mine - 9News
Investors warned against buying property near Adani coal mine  9News

Investors have been warned not to think they can cash in on the recently-approved Adani coal mine by buying up property around the huge Queensland project.


Major employer SunPork adds hundreds of jobs after rebuilding factory following fire - Courier Mail
Major employer SunPork adds hundreds of jobs after rebuilding factory following fire  Courier Mail

HUNDREDS of new jobs have been created through a $62 million expansion to one of Queensland's largest abattoirs. SunPork Group will open a new ...


Palaszczuk Government driving job opportunities across Queensland - Mirage News
Palaszczuk Government driving job opportunities across Queensland  Mirage News

The Palaszczuk Government's record Queensland Corrective Services budget is driving job opportunities right across the state. Queensland Corrective...


Rise of the robots as employers struggle to find staff - Courier Mail
Rise of the robots as employers struggle to find staff  Courier Mail

ROBOTS are replacing farm workers and taking jobs in hospitals and nursing homes as employers struggle to find staff for menial work.


How this dad stole $94000 from our regional jobs scheme - Queensland Times
How this dad stole $94000 from our regional jobs scheme  Queensland Times

A Queensland courier driver used a sophisticated system to steal $94000 from a scheme designed to get regional Queenslanders working.


Queensland jobs: Where the work is taking off next - Courier Mail
Queensland jobs: Where the work is taking off next  Courier Mail

A FORMER high-ranking RAAF fighter pilot will lead a new taskforce to help Queensland secure a larger slice of the multibillion-dollar aircraft maintenance ...


Queensland positions itself as hub for Navy’s force reorientation - Defence Connect
Queensland positions itself as hub for Navy’s force reorientation  Defence Connect

As the Royal Australian Navy faces increased operational and strategic responsibilities to the immediate north of the continent, basing and support infrastructure ...


Queensland's transport turmoil sees major roads slowing, commuters driven to despair - ABC News
Queensland's transport turmoil sees major roads slowing, commuters driven to despair  ABC News

As the congestion issue in south-east Queensland brings traffic to a grinding halt on major roadways and a heightened scrutiny of the public transport system, ...


Jobs growth continues in Queensland - Mirage News
Jobs growth continues in Queensland  Mirage News

More than 6000 new jobs were created in Queensland in July, according to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today. That takes the...


What's really regional? The smaller SEQ councils in a battle for jobs funding - Brisbane Times
What's really regional? The smaller SEQ councils in a battle for jobs funding  Brisbane Times

The state government has been accused of snubbing struggling south-east councils in its push to generate jobs in regional Queensland. Works for Queensland ...


Qld Government offers free apprenticeships for in-demand jobs - Courier Mail
Qld Government offers free apprenticeships for in-demand jobs  Courier Mail

YOUNG Queenslanders will have their apprenticeships paid for in nearly 140 high-demand jobs in a $32 million jobs-creation bonanza. The Palaszczuk ...


700 JOBS: Jobseekers to benefit from major recruitment drive - Queensland Times
700 JOBS: Jobseekers to benefit from major recruitment drive  Queensland Times

IPSWICH and surrounding areas are on the verge of another jobs bonanza with the news today that Queensland Corrective Services is aiming to employ an ...


1300 jobs need filling in Qld resources, 17 near Gympie - Gympie Times
1300 jobs need filling in Qld resources, 17 near Gympie  Gympie Times

AUSTRALIAN job seekers looking for new opportunities should consider applying for the 1300 vacancies currently on offer in the Queensland resources sector, ...


Dole recipient showed up to interview dressed as Superman to avoid getting job - Courier Mail
Dole recipient showed up to interview dressed as Superman to avoid getting job  Courier Mail

A QUEENSLAND man on the dole who was called up for a second round job interview dressed in a Superman costume including donning a red cape to ensure ...


Supplier directory shows support for Queensland jobs - Mirage News
Supplier directory shows support for Queensland jobs  Mirage News

From Mareeba to Varsity Lakes and everywhere in between, Queensland is brimming with quality local produce. Now Queenslanders have access to a directory.


Fastest growing food industry brings jobs bonanza to North Queensland - Mirage News
Fastest growing food industry brings jobs bonanza to North Queensland  Mirage News

The Premier has announced leading seafood producer Tassal is investing in North Queensland which will bring 1000 jobs to the region and a significant...


MILVEHCOE construction supports job opportunities for Queensland - Defence Connect
MILVEHCOE construction supports job opportunities for Queensland  Defence Connect

Jobs and manufacturing in Queensland's new industries are at the fore as construction of Rheinmetall's $170 million Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence ...


Palaszczuk Government creates 30000 Queensland tourism jobs - Mirage News
Palaszczuk Government creates 30000 Queensland tourism jobs  Mirage News

New data released today shows the Palaszczuk Government has created more than 30000 tourism jobs since forming government in 2015 – an increase of 15.5 ...


Tassal announce major prawn project for North Queensland - The Weekly Times
Tassal announce major prawn project for North Queensland  The Weekly Times

A MAJOR new prawn aquaculture project has been announced near Proserpine, north of Mackay, expected to deliver around 1000 jobs to the region. Seafood ...


More than 1000 road jobs up for grabs in Central Queensland - Morning Bulletin
More than 1000 road jobs up for grabs in Central Queensland  Morning Bulletin

MORE than 1000 jobs in road building, engineering and design will soon be up for grabs in Central Queensland thanks to some massive road projects that will ...


Combat vehicle project puts QLD in driver’s seat for more contracts - Courier Mail
Combat vehicle project puts QLD in driver’s seat for more contracts  Courier Mail

MILLIONS of dollars of contracts have already been signed and construction started on one of Queenslands biggest defence projects, according to the Morrison ...


Palaszczuk Government backs Ayr jobs and Works for Queensland - Mirage News
Palaszczuk Government backs Ayr jobs and Works for Queensland  Mirage News

Ayr's Plantation Park will be the go-to park for both families and travellers with the soon-to-be-opened Plantation Nature Play and the new Visitor...


Queensland universities create new degrees to prepare students for weird and wonderful new jobs - Courier Mail
Queensland universities create new degrees to prepare students for weird and wonderful new jobs  Courier Mail

CROWD-funding specialist, chief happiness officer and data storyteller are just some of the weird and wonderful jobs of the future for which Queensland ...


Nuclear for Ipswich to combat growing carbon emissions - Queensland Times
Nuclear for Ipswich to combat growing carbon emissions  Queensland Times

Swanbank is one 10 sites in Queensland touted for a nuclear power station after a lobby group summit.


Ethical standards set to deliver better Queensland jobs - Mirage News
Ethical standards set to deliver better Queensland jobs  Mirage News

The Palaszczuk Government has bolstered its commitment to workers, with tougher guidelines under the Buy Queensland Procurement Policy ensuring ...


Huge $2.1b Brisbane project stuck in limbo - Queensland Times
Huge $2.1b Brisbane project stuck in limbo  Queensland Times

THE massive $2.1 billion Brisbane Live project billed as transforming a huge section of the CBD has been sitting with the State Government waiting for a ...


Works for Queensland on track to support 21000 regional jobs - Mirage News
Works for Queensland on track to support 21000 regional jobs  Mirage News

The hugely successful community-building and economy-boosting Works for Queensland program is on track to support 21000 regional jobs. Local Government.


Jockey shortage in North West caused by lifestyle and lack of industry promotion - The North West Star
Jockey shortage in North West caused by lifestyle and lack of industry promotion  The North West Star

A lack of jockeys in North West Queensland is affecting outback race meetings.


200 new jobs after $62m abattoir expansion - Queensland Times
200 new jobs after $62m abattoir expansion  Queensland Times

HUNDREDS of new jobs have been created through a $62 million expansion to one of Queensland's largest abattoirs. SunPork Group will open a new ...


New degrees paving way for next-gen jobs - Queensland Times
New degrees paving way for next-gen jobs  Queensland Times

CROWD-funding specialist, chief happiness officer and data storyteller are just some of the weird and wonderful jobs of the future for which Queensland ...


Magic Round delivers millions for Queensland businesses - Mirage News
Magic Round delivers millions for Queensland businesses  Mirage News

The inaugural NRL Magic Round pumped a whopping $20million into Queensland's economy over four days according to economic modelling released...


Doubts raised over Palmer bid to save Queensland Nickel jobs - Sydney Morning Herald
Doubts raised over Palmer bid to save Queensland Nickel jobs  Sydney Morning Herald

A top Queensland Nickel liquidator has raised doubts about Clive Palmer's efforts to save 555 workers from the scrap heap as the cash-strapped refinery hurtled ...


Skills for Queensland strategy is good work for jobs: QRC - Mirage News
Skills for Queensland strategy is good work for jobs: QRC  Mirage News

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has welcomed the Palaszczuk Government's Skills for Queensland Strategy as a targeted plan to deliver skills to...


Free apprenticeships back Queensland business and Queensland jobs - Mirage News
Free apprenticeships back Queensland business and Queensland jobs  Mirage News

The Palaszczuk Government is backing small businesses and young job seekers even further offering free apprenticeships to anyone under 21. The $32...


Ekka 2019: Santa Gertrudis youth ambassador all fired up - Queensland Country Life
Ekka 2019: Santa Gertrudis youth ambassador all fired up  Queensland Country Life

Robert Murphy's day job might be spent preparing to put out fires but the 28-year-old also hopes to stoke plenty of fire in the bellies of young Santa Gertrudis ...


Robotic manufacturing hub launches in Queensland - CIO Australia
Robotic manufacturing hub launches in Queensland  CIO Australia

A hub providing practical advice to Queensland manufacturers on how to apply robotics and automation to their businesses has launched in Brisbane.


21500 jobs up for grabs in road works, engineering, design - Queensland Times
21500 jobs up for grabs in road works, engineering, design  Queensland Times

MORE than 21,500 jobs in road-building, engineering and design are up for grabs, the State Government has announced. The jobs are on offer as part of a ...


Bank branches closing as customers choose technology over cash - Courier Mail
Bank branches closing as customers choose technology over cash  Courier Mail

A HANDFUL of employees are expected to lose their jobs as three banks announce closures of some Queensland branches due to an increasingly cashless ...


Clive Palmer paid $1 for Queensland Nickel, court told - The Guardian
Clive Palmer paid $1 for Queensland Nickel, court told  The Guardian

Administrator tells court the refinery was worth the same amount seven years later, and was losing $1m a week.


$100m Gold Coast superyacht facility risks being landlocked - Courier Mail
$100m Gold Coast superyacht facility risks being landlocked  Courier Mail

A NEW 100 million superyacht shipyard on the Gold Coast faces being left high and dry, with 1000 jobs in jeopardy, because of State Government delays in ...


Mine expansion creates hundreds of jobs - Queensland Times
Mine expansion creates hundreds of jobs  Queensland Times

A million ounces of gold has been added to the reserves of a north Queensland mine, putting the operation among the top 10 in Australia and creating hundreds ...


Queensland coal mining jobs key to regional future - World Coal
Queensland coal mining jobs key to regional future  World Coal

The resources industry is securing jobs for regional Queenslanders both now and for decades into the future, with new investments the key to long-term ...


Big jobs boost for Central Queensland - Observer
Big jobs boost for Central Queensland  Observer

'Small business is the backbone of regional economies like ours, and we're working with local entrepreneurs to get people in to work'


Push to create regional drone industry in QLD - Courier Mail
Push to create regional drone industry in QLD  Courier Mail

QUEENSLAND is the drone capital of Australia, with more certified pilots per capita than any other state, according to a new report.


These 'job snob' claims don't match the evidence - The Conversation AU
These 'job snob' claims don't match the evidence  The Conversation AU

Claiming "there are jobs out there for those who want them" is cheap rhetoric glossing over the reality of unemployment.


Commuting nightmares prompt more families to rethink the dream of a big suburban home - ABC News
Commuting nightmares prompt more families to rethink the dream of a big suburban home  ABC News

As commuting times spiral in major capital cities, many families are opting for apartment living in the inner city, but satellite suburbs continue to grow — often ...


Qld universities to be forced to prove jobs or lose funding - Courier Mail
Qld universities to be forced to prove jobs or lose funding  Courier Mail

UNIVERSITIES would have to prove their graduates were actually getting jobs and a decent wage if they want to get more funding as a part of a shake up ...


Lions defender wants more big jobs in finals - Queensland Times
Lions defender wants more big jobs in finals  Queensland Times

Marcus Adams wanted the opportunity to play on Geelong's Tom Hawkins and he delivered with an outstanding performance in the Lions' win.


Nuclear power would gut Qld, minister says - The West Australian
Nuclear power would gut Qld, minister says  The West Australian

Queensland's food and energy sectors would be thrown into chaos by the introduction of nuclear power, minister Cameron Dick says.


Queensland commits to robotics manufacturing hub - Manufacturers' Monthly
Queensland commits to robotics manufacturing hub  Manufacturers' Monthly

Queensland create the first robotics manufacturing hub in Australia. The Hub will be built with support from QUT and design company Urban Art Projects.


Meet Ipswich's most inspiring women - Queensland Times
Meet Ipswich's most inspiring women  Queensland Times

This week - and ahead of our 2019 series - the paper is revisiting that list with a focus on the city's Most Influential women. Here's how this list was chosen.


Free training scheme to support 60,000 Queensland apprentices over four years - The Cairns Post
Free training scheme to support 60,000 Queensland apprentices over four years  The Cairns Post

FAR North businesses say a new program footing the cost of hiring young apprentices will make it easier to take on new talent.


Palaszczuk Government added more than 3000 new employees in March quarter - Courier Mail
Palaszczuk Government added more than 3000 new employees in March quarter  Courier Mail

THE Palaszczuk Government has embarked on another workforce hiring spree, with the public *service* ballooning by thousands in just three months. New public ...


Mining town property prices are on the up - The Australian Financial Review
Mining town property prices are on the up  The Australian Financial Review

It has taken five years, but the housing markets that have been savaged by the resources downturn are finally staging a sustained recovery, new data show.


Planned battery plant to generate 1150 jobs - Queensland Times
Planned battery plant to generate 1150 jobs  Queensland Times

A planned Queensland battery plant will be bigger than initially thought, with the company behind it revealing new details of its size and why it's expanding.


New air medical base set to create 150 jobs in Queensland - AirMed and Rescue Magazine
New air medical base set to create 150 jobs in Queensland  AirMed and Rescue Magazine

The opening of a new aeromedical base at Bundaberg Airport, Queensland, Australia, is to bring a wealth of new jobs and support to the local community of ...


Why police divers do what they do despite what's lurking in the water - ABC News
Why police divers do what they do despite what's lurking in the water  ABC News

Queensland police diver Jimmy Hall knows crocodiles and bull sharks are in the water, but what worries him the most is not being able to see them.


Qld's hardwood industry fights for its very survival - Queensland Country Life
Qld's hardwood industry fights for its very survival  Queensland Country Life

The timber industry will rally against proposed changes to forestry management in Maryborough on Sunday, August 18.


1000 workers wanted to build, operate new stadium - Queensland Times
1000 workers wanted to build, operate new stadium  Queensland Times

Construction and operational jobs are on offer as work starts on the $70 million AFLW stadium at Springfield dubbed 'The Reserve'.


Full list of creditors owed money in JM Kelly Group collapse - Queensland Times
Full list of creditors owed money in JM Kelly Group collapse  Queensland Times

The collapse of Queensland builder JM Kelly Group last year costs more than 200 jobs and left creditors owed about $50m.


Record road jobs up for grabs - My Sunshine Coast
Record road jobs up for grabs  My Sunshine Coast

More than 21500 jobs in road-building engineering and design are up for grabs the Palaszczuk Government has announced.


Clive Palmer settles Queensland Nickel lawsuit, agrees to pay sacked workers - The Guardian
Clive Palmer settles Queensland Nickel lawsuit, agrees to pay sacked workers  The Guardian

Clive Palmer will cover the full cost of entitlements for sacked Queensland Nickel workers, after he reached a deal with liquidators to settle debts owed by his ...


Pauline Hanson to climb the Rock today - Queensland Times
Pauline Hanson to climb the Rock today  Queensland Times

Divisive One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has touched down in Central Australia and plans to climb Uluru this afternoon.


Holbrook wins Titans job - Queensland Times
Holbrook wins Titans job  Queensland Times

The Gold Coast Titans coaching saga is finally set to come to an end, with Super League coach Justin Holbrook to be announced as the new mentor on ...


State Government fails to meet own local contractors tenders target at NQ Stadium - Townsville Bulletin
State Government fails to meet own local contractors tenders target at NQ Stadium  Townsville Bulletin

LOCAL contractors are losing out on work at the North Queensland Stadium as the State Government fails to meet its own targets on the embattled project.


Manufacturing sector sheds 18,000 jobs under Palaszczuk Government - Courier Mail
Manufacturing sector sheds 18,000 jobs under Palaszczuk Government  Courier Mail

MORE than 18000 manufacturing jobs have been wiped out under the Palaszczuk Government with the sector now employing its lowest number of workers ...


'The way you spell jobs in Queensland is A-D-A-N-I': government hails mine's approval - Sydney Morning Herald
'The way you spell jobs in Queensland is A-D-A-N-I': government hails mine's approval  Sydney Morning Herald

The Morrison government has hailed the approval of the groundwater plan for the controversial Adani coal mine as a "historic day" and a "great win" for jobs, ...


A third of new Queensland jobs created in resources sector - Courier Mail
A third of new Queensland jobs created in resources sector  Courier Mail

THE resources sector has created a new job every 57 minutes and nearly a third of all new positions in the state over the past 15 months, according to the latest ...


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.


'It's about jobs': Palaszczuk says Labor's message was too complex - Sydney Morning Herald
'It's about jobs': Palaszczuk says Labor's message was too complex  Sydney Morning Herald

Federal Labor's campaign message was too complex and needed to focus on jobs, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says. "I think there has been a ...


Qld treasurer's Adani job claim is false - The Canberra Times
Qld treasurer's Adani job claim is false  The Canberra Times

AAP FactCheck Investigation: Is the number of jobs promised by the Adani coal mine equal to just 0.005 per cent of all jobs created over the past four years b...


Queensland Budget 2019: Extra taxes flagged for big business as State Government puts jobs on the agenda - ABC News
Queensland Budget 2019: Extra taxes flagged for big business as State Government puts jobs on the agenda  ABC News

Big business will be hit with hundreds of millions of dollars in extra taxes and royalties as the Palaszczuk Government seeks to deliver payroll tax relief to small ...


In Queensland's coal heartland, some locals are leaving mining jobs to work in renewables - ABC News
In Queensland's coal heartland, some locals are leaving mining jobs to work in renewables  ABC News

In Queensland's coal heartland, a number of locals are trading in their mining jobs to work in the renewables sector.


Adani is not about jobs, and never really was - The Age
Adani is not about jobs, and never really was  The Age

So Adani gets its final environmental approval from the Queensland government, and central Queensland gets the jobs it voted for in the federal election: “an ...


Queensland jobs at risk as resources face a fall - Courier Mail
Queensland jobs at risk as resources face a fall  Courier Mail

AUSTRALIA is facing its first fall in mining and resources revenue in a decade, while Queenslands economy faces a blow as coal prices drop and are expected ...


On why Queensland's regional jobs problem is a planning problem for all our regions - The Fifth Estate
On why Queensland's regional jobs problem is a planning problem for all our regions  The Fifth Estate

News from the front desk issue 437: If the climate election turned out to be the hip pocket election, then Queensland led the charge. But the issues this reveals ...


Hydrogen energy, the Queensland government's bet for 'thousands of jobs' - Sydney Morning Herald
Hydrogen energy, the Queensland government's bet for 'thousands of jobs'  Sydney Morning Herald

The Labor government is spruiking the promise of hydrogen energy as it continues to reinforce its ties to regional Queensland.


Royal connection drives demand for Queensland teddies and jobs for refugees - ABC News
Royal connection drives demand for Queensland teddies and jobs for refugees  ABC News

An association with the Royal Family drives demand for a famous Queensland teddy bear, and creates new job opportunities for refugees.


Election 2019: regional Queensland torn over climate, coal and jobs - The Guardian
Election 2019: regional Queensland torn over climate, coal and jobs  The Guardian

Existential angst and confused politics on a 1000km stretch from Bundaberg to Townsville.


Queensland councils say solar rule change will kill regional jobs - RenewEconomy
Queensland councils say solar rule change will kill regional jobs  RenewEconomy

Queensland mayors join outcry against state government solar farm rule change, warning it threatens a major source of employment for rural communities.


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 unionist urges Labor to put climate action ahead of coal jobs - The Age
Queensland unionist urges Labor to put climate action ahead of coal jobs  The Age

The Queensland secretary of the left-wing Maritime Union of Australia has broken ranks with the CFMMEU, of which it is a part, to urge Labor to put climate ...


Solar panels Qld: New laws to cost hundreds of jobs - Courier Mail
Solar panels Qld: New laws to cost hundreds of jobs  Courier Mail

HUNDREDS of Queenslanders will be laid off from solar projects, with businesses preparing for their budgets to balloon by 20 per cent because of laws rushed ...


Queensland takes Western Australia's top spot for jobs growth - Australian Mining
Queensland takes Western Australia's top spot for jobs growth  Australian Mining

Job seekers in Queensland can be confident as vacancies are at their highest since January 2014, with a 5.3 per cent rise in March 2019. This contributes to a ...


Qld public service: Education, health hit as 1000 jobs go - Courier Mail
Qld public service: Education, health hit as 1000 jobs go  Courier Mail

The latest public *service* employment figures, released yesterday, show a reduction of more than 1000 positions. Teachers on verge of walkout as myth busted.


CFMEU in Queensland splits with Labor over coal jobs - The Australian Financial Review
CFMEU in Queensland splits with Labor over coal jobs  The Australian Financial Review

Leaked minutes from the December board of management meeting of the Queensland coal union reveal the leadership increasingly anxious about the state ...


Job losses begin in Queensland as new solar rule puts 50% target at risk - RenewEconomy
Job losses begin in Queensland as new solar rule puts 50% target at risk  RenewEconomy

Solar labourers forced to down tools, says CEC, as Queensland solar businesses scramble to accommodate "absurd" new rule and 50% renewables target at ...


$136k research bill for State Government department name change - Courier Mail
$136k research bill for State Government department name change  Courier Mail

THE State Government spent 136000 on research and analysis to justify changing the word industries to jobs in a title so the state would win more defence ...


Picking jobs in Queensland prove fruitful for those willing to work hard - Courier Mail
Picking jobs in Queensland prove fruitful for those willing to work hard  Courier Mail

LAST Monday morning was not a typical start to the working week for Peter Huth. The usually empty footpath outside his Sarina Russo office on Gayndahs Main ...


Jobs boom to hit Queensland regions - Courier Mail
Jobs boom to hit Queensland regions  Courier Mail

THE Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast have been named among the top three boom areas in Australia for health and social assistance jobs.


Queensland IT business CT4 is moving to Ballarat - Ballarat Courier
Queensland IT business CT4 is moving to Ballarat  Ballarat Courier

The company will invest $1.8 million in Ballarat, as it relocates to Mount Helen.


CEC warns jobs, projects at risk as Queensland introduces new solar rules - pv magazine Australia
CEC warns jobs, projects at risk as Queensland introduces new solar rules  pv magazine Australia

The Queensland government has laid down regulations for solar farms that will allow only licensed electricians to install or remove PV panels. But the new rules ...


Interactive: Everything you need to know about Adani – from cost, environmental impact and jobs to its possible future - The Conversation AU
Interactive: Everything you need to know about Adani – from cost, environmental impact and jobs to its possible future  The Conversation AU

Everything you need to know – where it is, the environmental impact, Indigenous land rights issues and actual profitability – of the Adani Carmichael coal mine in ...


QLD mining jobs: Positions up in smoke under Labor plan - Courier Mail
QLD mining jobs: Positions up in smoke under Labor plan  Courier Mail

THOUSANDS of Queensland miners and workers at coal-fired power stations face forced redundancies under Bill Shortens plan to reduce emissions, ...


Queensland approves 250MW Aldoga solar farm near Gladstone - RenewEconomy
Queensland approves 250MW Aldoga solar farm near Gladstone  RenewEconomy

A planned 250 MW solar farm near Gladstone in Queensland has received development approval from the Queensland Government and is set to deliver ...


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 ...