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Munitions contracts to create 200 new jobs in Qld and Vic - Manufacturers' Monthly
Munitions contracts to create 200 new jobs in Qld and Vic  Manufacturers' Monthly

The Australian Defence Force has entered into two significant munitions contracts, which will boost job opportunities in Queensland and Victoria. Minister for ...


Contract means more jobs for Ipswich based business - Queensland Times
Contract means more jobs for Ipswich based business  Queensland Times

IPSWICH company Mobile Test 'n' Cal has been awarded the contract to test and calibrate all equipment for Energy Queensland. Mobile Test 'n' Cal started in ...


Need a job? This is the place to be - Queensland Times
Need a job? This is the place to be  Queensland Times

New jobs data has revealed the city's unemployment rate has dropped from 4.8 per cent to 3.5 per cent over the past 12 months while overall job numbers ...


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.


7 North Queensland mining: Multicom's vanadium project will generate huge job opportunities - Townsville Bulletin
7 North Queensland mining: Multicom's vanadium project will generate huge job opportunities  Townsville Bulletin

HUNDREDS of jobs could be created at a new mine producing a mineral integral for future Australian technology.


New $7b mega-mine promises to deliver 4000 jobs - Queensland Times
New $7b mega-mine promises to deliver 4000 jobs  Queensland Times

A NEW $7 billion mega-mine in central Queensland's Galilee Basin that will create thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in royalties has been given the green ...


350 new underground coal jobs for Bowen Basin mine - Queensland Times
350 new underground coal jobs for Bowen Basin mine  Queensland Times

Labour-hire partnership to build *fresh* pool of underground talent to fill roles in Ironbark mine.


Suburban spruce up to support 25 local jobs - Mirage News
Suburban spruce up to support 25 local jobs  Mirage News

Townsville City Council is giving Nathan Street a major make-over, with the project supporting up to 25 jobs for locals. Local construction company Transcape ...


Resources power $1.1b in Central Queensland jobs - Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
Resources power $1.1b in Central Queensland jobs  Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

New report shows coal continues to anchor the profits for the resources sector in Queensland.


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 ...


Casual employees given right to request full or part-time work to allay job security fears - Courier Mail
Casual employees given right to request full or part-time work to allay job security fears  Courier Mail

AUSTRALIAS 2 million casual workers will be able to take legal action if bosses refuse to give them full or part-time work without a good reason, as the Federal ...


$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.


$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 ...


4 Telstra axes North Queensland jobs just before Christmas - Townsville Bulletin
4 Telstra axes North Queensland jobs just before Christmas  Townsville Bulletin

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


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 ...


Zinc company commits to $300m expansion, creating jobs in North Qld - The Weekly Times
Zinc company commits to $300m expansion, creating jobs in North Qld  The Weekly Times

Korea Zinc Company has committed to a $300 million expansion of its Australian subsidiary, Sun Metals Corporation, based just outside Townsville in ...


Costco jobs latest, open date coming soon - Queensland Times
Costco jobs latest, open date coming soon  Queensland Times

WHILE works have been progressing at the Costco Bundamba site, new employees are still waiting to start work.


More funds for Queensland's nursing students - Mirage News
More funds for Queensland's nursing students  Mirage News

The Palaszczuk Government is making it more affordable to study to become a nurse. Minister for Training and Skills Development Shannon Fentiman at the ...


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.


More than a dozen Telstra workers axed across northern Queensland - The Cairns Post
More than a dozen Telstra workers axed across northern Queensland  The Cairns Post

MORE than a dozen Telstra workers across northern Queensland have been axed by the telco, which has blamed the job losses on the rollout of the NBN.


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 ...


Call for Qld Government to fund job-generating infrastructure - Courier Mail
Call for Qld Government to fund job-generating infrastructure  Courier Mail

QUEENSLAND is attracting rising numbers of people to live in the state – but failing to create the jobs they need, says new analysis. Peak industry groups for ...


Freight deal brings job security to hundreds of workers - Mackay Daily Mercury
Freight deal brings job security to hundreds of workers  Mackay Daily Mercury

Linfox take over freight *service* from Aurizon Queensland.


Government shuts QLD’s last agricultural schools - Courier Mail
Government shuts QLD’s last agricultural schools  Courier Mail

QUEENSLAND'S last two agricultural colleges will close next year, with a report suggesting one of them could be converted into a refugee centre or a prison.


Female teacher's 'sex acts' with student - Queensland Times
Female teacher's 'sex acts' with student  Queensland Times

A FEMALE high school teacher allegedly bought beers and engaged in a variety of sex acts with a male teenage student on trips to waterfalls and the beach.


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 ...


What Linfox's new freight agreement means for CQ jobs - Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
What Linfox's new freight agreement means for CQ jobs  Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Freight services set to improve with new Linfox/Aurizon purchase agreement.


Queensland tech company RedEye secures a $10 million Series B funding round - - Anthill online
Queensland tech company RedEye secures a $10 million Series B funding round -  Anthill online

Queensland-founded tech company RedEye recently raised $10.4 million in Series B funding from a cohort of private and public investors.


All Saints actor Jolene Anderson films Harrow in Brisbane - NEWS.com.au
All Saints actor Jolene Anderson films Harrow in Brisbane  NEWS.com.au

JOLENE Anderson says the writers have nailed the second season of Harrow, describing her new role as a dream job.


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 ...


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.


Coal powering Qld economy, jobs - www.miningmonthly.com
Coal powering Qld economy, jobs  www.miningmonthly.com

QUEENSLAND's resources sector has increased its contribution to the state's economy by 14% to $62.9 billion in 2017-18 with coal being the major contributor, ...


Construction workers to lose jobs before Christmas - Queensland Times
Construction workers to lose jobs before Christmas  Queensland Times

Construction workers at the Jewel development will get back to business today but it will be short-lived for some, with pre-Christmas job cuts on the cards.


Ipswich's most significant industry for jobs - Queensland Times
Ipswich's most significant industry for jobs  Queensland Times

Close to 35% of the manufacturing workforce in Ipswich depend on one industry.


What needs to change in Ipswich's manufacturing industry - Queensland Times
What needs to change in Ipswich's manufacturing industry  Queensland Times

Jobs Queensland report puts spotlight on the need for new workers and up-skilling existing staff.


Administrative Support Officer - Business Services - EducationHQ Australia
Administrative Support Officer - Business Services  EducationHQ Australia

Contract full-time job recruited via Brisbane Catholic Education Office (Dutton Park, Queensland, Australia). Job Reference 04848_19/12/18. Closing date ...


STEAM / STEM Teacher - St Ambrose's School (Wednesdays & Thursdays in Term 1 and 2) - EducationHQ Australia
STEAM / STEM Teacher - St Ambrose's School (Wednesdays & Thursdays in Term 1 and 2)  EducationHQ Australia

St Ambrose's School, Newmarket (Newmarket QLD, Australia) Newmarket QLD, Australia.


Ipswich apprentices favoured for Rheinmetall jobs - Queensland Times
Ipswich apprentices favoured for Rheinmetall jobs  Queensland Times

LOCAL Ipswich apprentices will get the upper hand when Rheinmetall starts hiring for its LAND 400 project in Ipswich.


$1bn hit in Queensland public service blowout - The Australian
$1bn hit in Queensland public service blowout  The Australian

Queenslands public *service* wages bill will blow out by almost 1 billion over the next four years, funded by booming coal royalties as government debt continues ...


Queensland could see billions-of-dollars more with robotics - Manufacturers' Monthly
Queensland could see billions-of-dollars more with robotics  Manufacturers' Monthly

In the coming decade, the new robot economy could transform Queensland industry, productivity and quality of life in ways not before imagined.


Rio Tinto Amrun mine shipment completion promising for Far North Queensland jobs - The Cairns Post
Rio Tinto Amrun mine shipment completion promising for Far North Queensland jobs  The Cairns Post

MINING giant Rio Tinto has shipped its first bauxite haul six weeks ahead of schedule from its 2.6 billion Amrun project near Weipa.


Up to 40 public service jobs go regional in more decentralisation - The Sydney Morning Herald
Up to 40 public service jobs go regional in more decentralisation  The Sydney Morning Herald

Up to 40 jobs at Aboriginal Hostels Limited will be moved across the country to towns in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The positions ...


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?


Sun Metals $300m zinc refinery expansion to create hundreds of jobs - Australian Mining
Sun Metals $300m zinc refinery expansion to create hundreds of jobs  Australian Mining

Sun Metals is set to bring hundreds of new roles to Queensland following approval of a $300 million expansion to its Townsville refinery.


College Janitor - Chisholm Catholic College, CORNUBIA - EducationHQ Australia
College Janitor - Chisholm Catholic College, CORNUBIA  EducationHQ Australia

Chisholm Catholic College (Cornubia Queensland, Australia) Cornubia Queensland, Australia.


Adani could be just the begining - opening north Queensland to mining will lead to 15000 jobs - Canavan - Daily Telegraph
Adani could be just the begining - opening north Queensland to mining will lead to 15000 jobs - Canavan  Daily Telegraph

December 11, 2018. Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan says that the Adani mine is just the tip of the coal development slated for the ...


Rheinmetall: Bombed by the allies, brings jobs to Ipswich - Queensland Times
Rheinmetall: Bombed by the allies, brings jobs to Ipswich  Queensland Times

The fascinating history of the German company's involvement in two world wars has been unearthed ahead of its Redbank opening.


Bayer job cuts no concern for Aussie grain growers - Queensland Country Life
Bayer job cuts no concern for Aussie grain growers  Queensland Country Life

GRAIN Producers Australia (GPA) chairman Andrew Weidemann said he was not concerned at Bayer slashing over 12,000 jobs, including 4100 in its crop ...


Inland Rail building boom kicks off in Parkes - North Queensland Register
Inland Rail building boom kicks off in Parkes  North Queensland Register

Construction tipped to create 16000 jobs in regional Australia.


Qld community prepares for new mega-mine - SBS News
Qld community prepares for new mega-mine  SBS News

A north Queensland regional council is preparing for talks to ensure a company behind a $6.7 billion mega-mine operates responsibly.


We are top of the class in training young Queenslanders - My Sunshine Coast
We are top of the class in training young Queenslanders  My Sunshine Coast

A report released this week shows that Queensland is leading the way in providing world class training for young Queenslanders aged 15-19.


Instrumental Music Coordinator/Part-time Music Teacher - St John's College, NAMBOUR - EducationHQ Australia
Instrumental Music Coordinator/Part-time Music Teacher - St John's College, NAMBOUR  EducationHQ Australia

Contract part-time job at St John's College (Nambour Queensland, Australia) recruited via Brisbane Catholic Education Office (Dutton Park, Queensland, ...


Innovative housing project to deliver affordable housing, jobs - Mirage News
Innovative housing project to deliver affordable housing, jobs  Mirage News

The Palaszczuk Government will invest $70 million in an innovative partnership to deliver hundreds of affordable rental properties for low to moderate income ...


MacMines gains environmental approval for $6.7bn QLD coal mine - Australian Mining
MacMines gains environmental approval for $6.7bn QLD coal mine  Australian Mining

MacMines Austasia has received the environmental nod from the Queensland Government for its greenfield China Stone coal mine in the Galilee Basin.


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.


City move was for kids - Queensland Times
City move was for kids  Queensland Times

THE DECISION to relocate from western Queensland to Ipswich was a difficult one at the time, but it came to be one Jeff and Kath were glad they made.


Coal production is good for jobs and cheaper power - Courier Mail
Coal production is good for jobs and cheaper power  Courier Mail

ITS time police started arresting green activists and they were jailed for public trespass. Its also time our politicians grew a backbone and started facing up to the ...


North Queensland stadium workers walk off construction site - Townsville Bulletin
North Queensland stadium workers walk off construction site  Townsville Bulletin

WORKERS have walked off the job at the North Queensland Stadium construction site.


Adani mine ‘shot in the arm’ for regional economy - Your Money
Adani mine ‘shot in the arm’ for regional economy  Your Money

The Minister for Resources Matt Canavan says Indian mining giant Adani's proposed coalmine in central Queensland is a boon for the state's economy.


Punitive job rules for public housing tenants - Queensland Times
Punitive job rules for public housing tenants  Queensland Times

Public housing applicants will have to get a job if they want a taxpayer-funded home under new punitive measures to be introduced in NSW.


How to score a job at Adani's $2B megamine - Queensland Times
How to score a job at Adani's $2B megamine  Queensland Times

EXPRESSIONS of interest are now being called for a variety of roles at Adani's Carmichael mine, which this week secured financial close for its $2 billion ...


New push to change abortion laws - Queensland Times
New push to change abortion laws  Queensland Times

Abortion is still outlawed for some Australian women. But that could change after the next election, if Labor gets its way.


$100 million of Works for Queensland fast tracked for Christmas - My Sunshine Coast
$100 million of Works for Queensland fast tracked for Christmas  My Sunshine Coast

Regional Queensland will get an early Christmas present with $100 million of funding for the job-creating Works for Queensland program fast tracked.


$34.9B worth of coal exported from Qld in October - Mackay Daily Mercury
$34.9B worth of coal exported from Qld in October  Mackay Daily Mercury

Queensland exports $34.9 billion in coal this month with more growth predicted for the industry.


Seven months on, future of Ipswich hotel is still unclear - Queensland Times
Seven months on, future of Ipswich hotel is still unclear  Queensland Times

ALL is quiet at Metro Hotel despite several months passing since the facility was due to be transformed into an aged-care facility. Oracle Care flagged its ...


Queensland budget surplus boosted by extra $678m in mining royalties - The Australian Financial Review
Queensland budget surplus boosted by extra $678m in mining royalties  The Australian Financial Review

Soaring coal royalties have boosted Queensland's budget bottom line by $500 million this financial year, but Treasurer Jackie Trad has warned any short-term ...


University of Queensland set to use 100 per cent renewable energy - Manufacturers' Monthly
University of Queensland set to use 100 per cent renewable energy  Manufacturers' Monthly

The University of Queensland is set to be the first major university in the world to offset 100 per cent of its electricity usage through renewable energy.


Science Lab Assistant - St Mary's College, IPSWICH - EducationHQ Australia
Science Lab Assistant - St Mary's College, IPSWICH  EducationHQ Australia

St Mary's College (Ipswich QLD, Australia) Ipswich QLD, Australia.


Shocking nose job leads to $23k surgery - Queensland Times
Shocking nose job leads to $23k surgery  Queensland Times

A WOMAN who hated her “Pinocchio” nose has revealed how she paid more than $23000 to fix her profile after a botched nose job.


Dedicated players, helpers honoured with club honours - Queensland Times
Dedicated players, helpers honoured with club honours  Queensland Times

Long-term members Chad Anderson and Kym Bryant were pleasantly surprised when they were called up at the end of the evening to receive the prestigious ...


Teaching Positions, St Teresa's Catholic College, Abergowrie, North Queensland - EducationHQ Australia
Teaching Positions, St Teresa's Catholic College, Abergowrie, North Queensland  EducationHQ Australia

Permanent / Temporary / Contract full-time / part-time job recruited via Catholic Education Office - Diocese of Townsvillle (Kirwan, Queensland, Australia).


Head Grounds & Maintenance Officer - Marymount College, BURLEIGH WATERS - EducationHQ Australia
Head Grounds & Maintenance Officer - Marymount College, BURLEIGH WATERS  EducationHQ Australia

Marymount College (Burleigh Waters Queensland, Australia) Burleigh Waters Queensland, Australia.


Why Aussie workers are chasing the wrong skills - Queensland Times
Why Aussie workers are chasing the wrong skills  Queensland Times

Aussie jobseekers are ignoring where future jobs will be, instead preparing for roles of the past and creating massive worker shortages.


Labor needs to account to Queenslanders about its anti-coal position - Courier Mail
Labor needs to account to Queenslanders about its anti-coal position  Courier Mail

SOONER or later Annastacia Palaszczuk is going to have to explain to Queenslanders exactly where she stands on Adanis Carmichael coal mine and the others ...


Qld coal exploration booming - Mackay Daily Mercury
Qld coal exploration booming  Mackay Daily Mercury

The Queensland Exploration Council will today release its annual scorecard on the sector and it's happy days ahead for miners.


Opinion: Greens’ ban on coalmining will trash economy - Courier Mail
Opinion: Greens’ ban on coalmining will trash economy  Courier Mail

IF EVER we needed proof that the Greens are on another planet when it comes to economic prosperity in Queensland, look no further than its plan to ban coal ...


RCR Tomlinson collapse leaves contractors hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket, union warns - ABC News
RCR Tomlinson collapse leaves contractors hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket, union warns  ABC News

The collapse of one of the nation's oldest engineering companies, RCR Tomlinson, has destroyed Christmas for thousands of families, according to the union ...


2018 Labor National Conference: Health, jobs, Palestine and Labor's mission - The Australian
2018 Labor National Conference: Health, jobs, Palestine and Labor's mission  The Australian

ALPs national conference in Adelaide has wrapped with a message from leader Bill Shorten of Labors mission: not just to win back government, but to rebuild ...


Why your pay packet is not going up - Queensland Times
Why your pay packet is not going up  Queensland Times

THE economy is ticking along nicely and unemployment is low, yet many Aussies are not seeing their wages increase. Here's who to blame.


Max Brenner to re-open Queensland store - Mackay Daily Mercury
Max Brenner to re-open Queensland store  Mackay Daily Mercury

MAX Brenner will re-open its first Queensland store just three months after it spectacularly went into liquidation owing creditors $33 million.


$300m Sunshine Coast runway plan brings jobs, tourists - Courier Mail
$300m Sunshine Coast runway plan brings jobs, tourists  Courier Mail

THE visionary 300 million international runway project that will land billions in tourism and trade dollars for the Sunshine Coast is powering ahead, and set for ...


Lack of qualified maths teachers causes fraction friction in high schools - Courier Mail
Lack of qualified maths teachers causes fraction friction in high schools  Courier Mail

MOST Australian high school students are being taught by unqualified maths teachers who require remedial training, an alarming new report reveals.


Canavan calls out State Govt's 'running battle' with mining - Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
Canavan calls out State Govt's 'running battle' with mining  Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

"Let's hope that Labor doesn't once again try to snuff out job creation which is so desperately required in our whole state”


Massive new shopping centre to deliver 800 jobs - Queensland Times
Massive new shopping centre to deliver 800 jobs  Queensland Times

More late-night dining options and Flight Centre have joined the list of Stockland Birtinya's retailers.


What Queensland really thinks of megamine - Warwick Daily News
What Queensland really thinks of megamine  Warwick Daily News

As the Adani megamine finally gets under way, a new poll has revealed the depth of feeling of the controversial project among Queenslanders.


PM to Premier: How big do you want it? - Queensland Times
PM to Premier: How big do you want it?  Queensland Times

The Prime Minister has asked Annastacia Palaszczuk to decide how big she wants Queensland's population to be and what regions can take more migrants.


Major hint tax cuts are on the way - Queensland Times
Major hint tax cuts are on the way  Queensland Times

Tax cuts for Australians are looking increasingly likely after the Morrison Government released its latest economic outlook.


No guarantee for North Queensland worker's entitlements as RCR Tomlinson goes bust - Townsville Bulletin
No guarantee for North Queensland worker's entitlements as RCR Tomlinson goes bust  Townsville Bulletin

THERE is no guarantee workers who have lost their jobs with RCR Tomlinson, which has gone into administration, will receive their entitlements.


Students wake to OP scores as big changes loom - Queensland Times
Students wake to OP scores as big changes loom  Queensland Times

About 25000 students will be able to view their OP result online today. Next year's cohort will be the last to be eligible to receive an OP.


Supporting workforces during industry transition - My Sunshine Coast
Supporting workforces during industry transition  My Sunshine Coast

The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed a report by Jobs Queensland detailing key elements and actions to support workforces during industry transition.


Major park upgrade in the Upper Ross to support 30 jobs - Mirage News
Major park upgrade in the Upper Ross to support 30 jobs  Mirage News

Early works on the highly anticipated upgrade to Charles Moroney Park has started. The total project includes upgrading play equipment, sports courts and ...


New technologies will provide employment growth if changes are embraced - Courier Mail
New technologies will provide employment growth if changes are embraced  Courier Mail

UP TO ONE one million new jobs can be created in Queensland over the next 20 years if the state seizes the opportunities from automation, artificial intelligence ...


Prawns surge after disease outbreak - Queensland Times
Prawns surge after disease outbreak  Queensland Times

There is finally some good news for Queensland prawn farms two years after an outbreak of white spot disease nearly destroyed the $80 million industry.


FINANCE SECRETARY - ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - Emmaus College, JIMBOOMBA - EducationHQ Australia
FINANCE SECRETARY - ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - Emmaus College, JIMBOOMBA  EducationHQ Australia

Emmaus College (Jimboomba Queensland, Australia) Jimboomba Queensland, Australia.


Senior Years English Teacher - St Eugene College, BURPENGARY - EducationHQ Australia
Senior Years English Teacher - St Eugene College, BURPENGARY  EducationHQ Australia

St Eugene College (Burpengary Queensland, Australia) Burpengary Queensland, Australia.


REVEALED: The top commercial properties for sale in Ipswich - Queensland Times
REVEALED: The top commercial properties for sale in Ipswich  Queensland Times

Fancy owning a hostel, hotel or cafe? Here are a few of the region's commercial properties and businesses up for sale to investors.


Peter Bredhauer and Peter Williams reflect on their time at Longreach Pastoral College - Queensland Country Life
Peter Bredhauer and Peter Williams reflect on their time at Longreach Pastoral College  Queensland Country Life

Longreach Pastoral College foundation year students Peter Bredhauer and Peter Williams reflect on their time at the school.


Killer forced wife to smuggle drugs into jail - Queensland Times
Killer forced wife to smuggle drugs into jail  Queensland Times

Tracy Lee Quinn had six children to a man convicted of one of Australia's most notorious murders — now he wanted her to do one more job. And it included ...


Queensland's shocking jobs figures - Queensland Times
Queensland's shocking jobs figures  Queensland Times

It's the title we don't want — Queensland has become the country's jobless capital. Worst still, the state's dip is in contrast to national figures.


Just quietly, state's economy working well - News Mail
Just quietly, state's economy working well  News Mail

QUEENSLAND'S economy is performing strongly despite the country's highest unemployment rate, analysis released today reveals. "Queenslanders are more ...