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Wharfie jobs slashed in Victoria and NSW - 9News
Wharfie jobs slashed in Victoria and NSW  9News

About 200 wharfies will lose their job at ports in Melbourne and Sydney, where workers have been striking in recent weeks as part of nationwide industrial action ...


Solar panel rebate: Installers claim State Government program is costing jobs - Herald Sun
Solar panel rebate: Installers claim State Government program is costing jobs  Herald Sun

Hundreds of solar panel installers are being laid off amid claims cash handouts for customers are killing the industry with kindness.


Robots set to take 20m jobs globally by 2030, SA and Victoria will be hard hit, warns report - ABC News
Robots set to take 20m jobs globally by 2030, SA and Victoria will be hard hit, warns report  ABC News

Up to 20 million manufacturing jobs could be lost to robots by 2030, increasing income inequality, warns a new report by Oxford Economics.


Unemployment holds at 5.2pc despite just 500 jobs being created in June - ABC News
Unemployment holds at 5.2pc despite just 500 jobs being created in June  ABC News

The unemployment rate remains stuck at 5.2 per cent, despite a marginal increase of 500 jobs in June. Key points: In seasonally adjusted terms, the ...


Vic MP keeps kids, niece as paid staff - The West Australian
Vic MP keeps kids, niece as paid staff  The West Australian

A Victorian MP who hired her children as taxpayer-funded staff says she will keep paying them until the rules are changed.


Australia's economy is dangerously reliant on just two states and their property markets right now - Business Insider Australia
Australia's economy is dangerously reliant on just two states and their property markets right now  Business Insider Australia

The Australian economy finds itself in a sticky situation at present, the latest jobs figures show.


Independent MP Catherine Cumming gives taxpayer-funded jobs in her office to relatives - Herald Sun
Independent MP Catherine Cumming gives taxpayer-funded jobs in her office to relatives  Herald Sun

EXCLUSIVE: A rookie state MP is billing taxpayers thousands of dollars to employ two of her children in her office because she says she has trust issues with ...


Existing Victorian public servants get first dibs on new government jobs in union deal - The Mandarin
Existing Victorian public servants get first dibs on new government jobs in union deal  The Mandarin

Existing members of the Victorian Public *Service* will get first crack at new government jobs that come up before they are advertised externally, through a joint ...


Several Victorian MPs have used family members in taxpayer-funded roles - Herald Sun
Several Victorian MPs have used family members in taxpayer-funded roles  Herald Sun

Embattled state MPs Tim McCurdy and Russell Northe are among at least seven politicians who have used family members to fill taxpayer-funded jobs.


Victoria uses 'show, don't tell' towards a clean energy future - The Age
Victoria uses 'show, don't tell' towards a clean energy future  The Age

As the new financial year begins, the Victorian government is opening its household battery and renter solar program to people across Victoria. This is one in a ...


Troubled Melbourne recycling giant SKM to close - Herald Sun
Troubled Melbourne recycling giant SKM to close  Herald Sun

The patriarch of the troubled recycling giant at the centre of Victorias waste crisis has declared hes run out of money and will shut this week.


MFB top firefighter pulls pin on Vic job - St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
MFB top firefighter pulls pin on Vic job  St George and Sutherland Shire Leader

Melbourne's top firefighter Dan Stephens has walked away from his five-year contract, fuelling further turmoil among Victoria's fire services. The Metropolita...


All aboard: Family and friends ride MPs’ parliamentary gravy train - Herald Sun
All aboard: Family and friends ride MPs’ parliamentary gravy train  Herald Sun

Baz still cant quite believe the happy family on the payroll of Upper House MP Catherine Cumming.


Victoria Beckham slammed by British staff for giving top jobs to Europeans - The Sun
Victoria Beckham slammed by British staff for giving top jobs to Europeans  The Sun

VICTORIA Beckham has infuriated staff by giving top jobs to Europeans — despite her OBE for services to British fashion. The designer has handed a series of ...


Victorian coal-fired plant Yallourn could close early amid growing fears over Andrews Government’s green policy - Herald Sun
Victorian coal-fired plant Yallourn could close early amid growing fears over Andrews Government’s green policy  Herald Sun

One of Victorias biggest coal-fired power stations could close within six years as Victorias radical, go-it-alone bid to slash carbon emissions and ramp up ...


'I can't afford to retire at 54': North East Link route threatens 1200 jobs - The Age
'I can't afford to retire at 54': North East Link route threatens 1200 jobs  The Age

Building the North East Link could jeopardise as many jobs as were lost in the devastating closure of Ford's manufacturing plants.


Vic MP keeps her kids, niece as paid staff - 9News
Vic MP keeps her kids, niece as paid staff  9News

Victorian MP Catherine Cumming, who has hired her children and a niece as taxpayer-funded staff, says she w...


Wind turbines in Victoria support regional manufacturing jobs - Manufacturers' Monthly
Wind turbines in Victoria support regional manufacturing jobs  Manufacturers' Monthly

Wind turbines made in Australia have begun to be built for the Berrybank Wind Farm. The project is worth $276 million and will be built by Spanish firm Global ...


Jobs of the future are only limited by imagination — and the speed of internet connectivity - ABC Local
Jobs of the future are only limited by imagination — and the speed of internet connectivity  ABC Local

Gone is the security of 'a job for life' as today's youth will have, on average, 17 jobs across five different careers in their lifetime.


Are You Cool With Police Officers Having A Little Dance On The Job? - 10 daily
Are You Cool With Police Officers Having A Little Dance On The Job?  10 daily

WARNING: This article features the classic kid's tune 'Baby Shark' and it will get stuck in your head.


Melbourne docks caught in strike as DP World workers walk-off nationwide - Herald Sun
Melbourne docks caught in strike as DP World workers walk-off nationwide  Herald Sun

Thousands of litres of powdered milk will be left on Melbournes docks for days as more than 600 wharfies strike.


MFB chief quits after year in top job - 9News
MFB chief quits after year in top job  9News

MFB chief quits after year in top job. Victoria's opposition is blaming union boss Peter Marshall for pushing out MFB Chief Dan Stephens. Added4 days ago.


NEW VICTORIAN 'REPLACEMENT BUSES' NOW IN SERVICE - Australasian Bus and Coach
NEW VICTORIAN 'REPLACEMENT BUSES' NOW IN SERVICE  Australasian Bus and Coach

THE FIRST 18 buses - part of a $16 million order for 100 units touted as “the single biggest order of replacement buses in Victoria for more than 25 years” –...


Geelong real estate: Jobs booms increases tenants, rent prices - NEWS.com.au
Geelong real estate: Jobs booms increases tenants, rent prices  NEWS.com.au

Real Estate Institute of Victoria figures show just 1.6 per cent of rental homes in the Geelong region were vacant. Local property managers say there are more ...


Victoria University gets $250,000 cash splash to increase study opportunities - Herald Sun
Victoria University gets $250,000 cash splash to increase study opportunities  Herald Sun

Plans to transform Werribee into a modern technology hub are gathering steam with an education boost on the way.


Victoria's 1800s gold rush plots a renaissance as price hits $2000 an ounce - Sydney Morning Herald
Victoria's 1800s gold rush plots a renaissance as price hits $2000 an ounce  Sydney Morning Herald

It's about 170-years-old and has already unearthed almost $150 billion of gold, but the Victorian gold industry is undergoing a modern renaissance.


Victoria brown coal to hydrogen pilot project takes off - International Mining
Victoria brown coal to hydrogen pilot project takes off  International Mining

Construction has started on a A$500 million ($353 million) pilot project looking at the feasibility of turning brown coal from the Latrobe Valley, in Victoria, ...


Victorian shoppers keep their cards in their wallets as economy falters - Sydney Morning Herald
Victorian shoppers keep their cards in their wallets as economy falters  Sydney Morning Herald

Victorian shoppers put away their credit cards as state's economic growth falters.


Lights, camera, application: Victoria job fair to feature film opportunities - CTV News
Lights, camera, application: Victoria job fair to feature film opportunities  CTV News

The Jobs Canada Fair, held July 17 at the Parkside Hotel, will feature dozens of exhibitors including the Vancouver Island South Film and Media Commission.


Lottery officials have no way of contacting $36.7m Powerball winner - 9News
Lottery officials have no way of contacting $36.7m Powerball winner  9News

Lottery officials have released the name of the outlet where a $36.7 million ticket was sold, because they ...


Andrews Government refuses to back MFB chief to head up Fire Rescue Victoria after reforms pass - Herald Sun
Andrews Government refuses to back MFB chief to head up Fire Rescue Victoria after reforms pass  Herald Sun

The British firefighter expected to lead the states new fire agency is likely to be overlooked for the top job amid difficulties with United Firefighters Union boss ...


Senior Project Officer, Victorian Aboriginal Economic Strategy (VAES) Implementation - National Indigenous Times
Senior Project Officer, Victorian Aboriginal Economic Strategy (VAES) Implementation  National Indigenous Times

Job Post Date: 17th July, 2019. Job Application End Date: 28th July, 2019 at 12:00pm. Location: VIC Industry: Government · APPLY · Senior Policy Officer ...


How the Victorian government plans to wean the public service off labour hire and consultants - The Mandarin
How the Victorian government plans to wean the public service off labour hire and consultants  The Mandarin

The Victorian government has told public *service* leaders to stop relying so much on consultants and labour-hire firms and given them until October 1 to comply ...


Regional Train Revamp To Improve Services And Support Jobs - Mirage News
Regional Train Revamp To Improve Services And Support Jobs  Mirage News

Passengers in regional Victoria and Melbourne's west will soon enjoy a more comfortable and accessible journey, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government's...


Liberal director Simon Frost resigns after only months in the job - Sydney Morning Herald
Liberal director Simon Frost resigns after only months in the job  Sydney Morning Herald

Victorian Liberal Simon Frost has resigned from his post as party director to take up a senior position inside Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's office.


Infrastructure boom offsets apartment bust for construction workers - ABC News
Infrastructure boom offsets apartment bust for construction workers  ABC News

First Australia had the mining boom, then the east coast housing boom, now the nation's economic hopes are pinned to its biggest ever infrastructure boom.


Seaspan Victoria Shipyards' $500M contract for navy frigates to support 400 jobs - Times Colonist
Seaspan Victoria Shipyards' $500M contract for navy frigates to support 400 jobs  Times Colonist

A five-year contract worth $500 million to perform dry-dock maintenance on Canada's navy frigates was signed Tuesday at Seaspan Victoria Shipyards in ...


Queen Victoria Market’s Upgraded Shipping Container Laneway Opens Today - Broadsheet
Queen Victoria Market’s Upgraded Shipping Container Laneway Opens Today  Broadsheet

As part of the Queen Victoria Market's $250 million renewal, String Bean Alley has had a makeover; 26 independent traders (including 12 new ones) have set up ...


Victorian gold rush revival digs in as surging price, investment in deeper mines sees production double - ABC News
Victorian gold rush revival digs in as surging price, investment in deeper mines sees production double  ABC News

With production doubling in the past five years thanks to new extraction technology and investment, Victorian mines are digging deeper where most of its gold ...


Former Victorian police officer convicted after misusing database to find woman's address - The Guardian
Former Victorian police officer convicted after misusing database to find woman's address  The Guardian

Steven John McGillivray pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office and inappropriately accessing woman's details. Australian Associated Press. Fri 12 Jul ...


Metropolitan Fire Brigade chief Dan Stephens taking leave and unlikely to return to top job - Herald Sun
Metropolitan Fire Brigade chief Dan Stephens taking leave and unlikely to return to top job  Herald Sun

Taxpayers will be expected to cough up hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay out yet another fire services chief as the MFBs leader walks away after only a ...


Jobs news: Evergen, Vic's Solar Homes, Denton Corker Marshall, EPA, Climate-KIC - The Fifth Estate
Jobs news: Evergen, Vic's Solar Homes, Denton Corker Marshall, EPA, Climate-KIC  The Fifth Estate

Evergen has a new chief commercial officer, Cameron Young, who comes with an interesting background in innovative business and a multimedia business to ...


Timely reminder for satisfying thresholds in Victorian WorkCover serious injury applications - Employment and HR - Australia - Mondaq News Alerts
Timely reminder for satisfying thresholds in Victorian WorkCover serious injury applications - Employment and HR - Australia  Mondaq News Alerts

As first published by Lexis Nexis in Australian Civil Liability Journal May 2019. Vol 16 No 1. Sheridan v Victorian WorkCover Authority1 is an appeal heard by ...


Commercial & Property Lawyer - Legal Jobs - Lawyers Weekly Jobs - Lawyers Weekly
Commercial & Property Lawyer - Legal Jobs - Lawyers Weekly Jobs  Lawyers Weekly

If you've answered YES to all of the above -this firm/role may just tick all your boxes... About our client: Is a prominent, thriving and well-established full *service* ...


Victoria Government to boost cybersecurity training - OpenGov Asia
Victoria Government to boost cybersecurity training  OpenGov Asia

The Victorian Government has made it possible for students in Ballarat to have access to state-of-the-art technology and training in order to acquire the skills that ...


185 jobs to be affected by layoffs at Ford’s Oakville assembly plant - Global News
185 jobs to be affected by layoffs at Ford’s Oakville assembly plant  Global News

WATCH ABOVE: Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced a plan to invest $40M over the next three years into the auto sector. Travis Dhanraj reports. (Feb. 14) ...


Orca Civil helping to build Victoria's infrastructure - Mirage News
Orca Civil helping to build Victoria's infrastructure  Mirage News

In August 2018, the Victorian Government's Local Jobs First Policy was enshrined in law through the passing of the Victorian Industry Participation...


Victorian state budget fears on taxes, services, jobs - The Age
Victorian state budget fears on taxes, services, jobs  The Age

Business and welfare groups say they fear tax increases and *service* cuts while unions are worried about job security for public servants as the Andrews Labor ...


Thousands of jobs of offer in regional and rural Victoria as country business promote lifestyle - Herald Sun
Thousands of jobs of offer in regional and rural Victoria as country business promote lifestyle  Herald Sun

COUNTRY business are rolling out the welcome mat for new workers to fill thousands of job vacancies in regional and rural Victoria.


Corrections Victoria's prison culture: How the prison system tore Lindy Cook down - Ballarat Courier
Corrections Victoria's prison culture: How the prison system tore Lindy Cook down  Ballarat Courier

Allegations of a long-standing culture of misogyny and bullying at prisons near Ballarat by Corrections Victoria officers have been made by former staff, who ...


Letters July 11: Quebec's religious symbols law, Victoria council doing its job - Times Colonist
Letters July 11: Quebec's religious symbols law, Victoria council doing its job  Times Colonist

It's a Quebec issue, not a Victoria one Re: “Victoria councillor wants city to oppose Quebec's Bill 21 prohibiting religious symbols,” July 9. The relevant question ...


Fonterra Victorian factory closure costs 98 jobs, leaves staff 'devastated' - ABC News
Fonterra Victorian factory closure costs 98 jobs, leaves staff 'devastated'  ABC News

Fonterra has ruled-out closing other dairy processing sites in Australia after falling milk supply forced the New Zealand company to close its factory at ...


Letters July 20: Deer and cars, MLAs' duties, Victoria councillors, Quebec's Bill 21 - Times Colonist
Letters July 20: Deer and cars, MLAs' duties, Victoria councillors, Quebec's Bill 21  Times Colonist

What these politically correct politicians trying to vaccinate deer with birth control fail to take into account is deer simply don't co-exist with cars, and the deer ...


Brother accused of bashing top cop gets bail despite police concerns - The Age
Brother accused of bashing top cop gets bail despite police concerns  The Age

One of two brothers accused of bashing an assistant police commissioner has been granted bail, despite police concerns that the young man's father had ...


Programmatic Account Manager - VIC - Pedestrian TV
Programmatic Account Manager - VIC  Pedestrian TV

Pedestrian Group is in an exciting phase of programmatic growth and we're looking for an ambitious individual to join the team to sell to our key clients and grow ...


'Starvation wages': No job security for most Victorian university staff - The Age
'Starvation wages': No job security for most Victorian university staff  The Age

When Shan Windscript starting teaching history at Melbourne University five years ago, she didn't imagine she would be paid 'starvation wages'.


Electric vehicles set to bring hundreds of jobs to Victoria's Latrobe Valley - ABC News
Electric vehicles set to bring hundreds of jobs to Victoria's Latrobe Valley  ABC News

About 500 jobs are set to be created in the Latrobe Valley, with the Victorian Government announcing a deal to bring the manufacturing of electric vehicles to the ...


Victorian budget: the big spend and the efficiency dividend - The Mandarin
Victorian budget: the big spend and the efficiency dividend  The Mandarin

Victoria's big infrastructure spend is ramping up, with this year's state budget showing a doubling of debt to fund election promises on major transport projects ...


More than 100 Ford jobs cut in Victoria - SBS News
More than 100 Ford jobs cut in Victoria  SBS News

More than 100 Victorian Ford workers will lose their jobs as the automaker shifts some of its engineering work to the United States.


Broncos coach Vic Fangio on Drew Lock: 'He's not a quarterback yet' - Sporting News
Broncos coach Vic Fangio on Drew Lock: 'He's not a quarterback yet'  Sporting News

Drew Lock, who avoided a holdout by signing his rookie contract with the Broncos on Thursday, got a blunt welcome to the NFL the next day with some frank ...


Manufacturing continues to be one of Victoria's largest employers - Manufacturers' Monthly
Manufacturing continues to be one of Victoria's largest employers  Manufacturers' Monthly

Victoria's jobs growth is soaring as 10,000 jobs were created in March alone, with manufacturing dominating many roles in the state. The Australian Bureau of ...


'My job application was withdrawn by someone pretending to be me' - BBC News
'My job application was withdrawn by someone pretending to be me'  BBC News

Nicholas Fearn says someone created a Gmail account in his name, and then withdrew his job application.


Car-manufacturing jobs in Victoria give way to new high-tech industries - ABC News
Car-manufacturing jobs in Victoria give way to new high-tech industries  ABC News

There's been an unlikely resurgence in manufacturing jobs in Victoria, with more people now employed in the sector than before the shutdown of the automotive ...


Inside the Victoria's Secret pipeline to Jeffrey Epstein - New York Post
Inside the Victoria's Secret pipeline to Jeffrey Epstein  New York Post

Jeffery Epstein, a convicted pedophile who was arrested for sexually abusing “dozens” of minor girls was constant fixture at Victoria's Secret events.


Climate action and jobs are not incompatible, Mr Morrison - Sydney Morning Herald
Climate action and jobs are not incompatible, Mr Morrison  Sydney Morning Herald

There is a way to reconcile action on climate change with regional jobs and unite Australians behind a shared vision of sustainable prosperity.


Ford to cut 200 jobs at Oakville, Ont. auto assembly plant on slowing sales - North Shore News
Ford to cut 200 jobs at Oakville, Ont. auto assembly plant on slowing sales  North Shore News

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Ford Motor Co. says it will cut about 200 jobs at its Oakville, Ont. plant starting in September as sales of some models slow."We have a ...


Lifting the lid on the real Queen Victoria this summer - Irish Examiner
Lifting the lid on the real Queen Victoria this summer  Irish Examiner

To mark the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria's birth, a new exhibition charts the story of the feminist monarch. Suzanne Harrington meets the curator at ...


Victoria's renewable energy boom set to create thousands of jobs - The Guardian
Victoria's renewable energy boom set to create thousands of jobs  The Guardian

Green Energy Markets predicts more than 6000 annual jobs will be created but urges federal policy intervention.


Is Victoria City Council doing the job they were elected to do? - CFAX 1070 (iHeartRadio)
Is Victoria City Council doing the job they were elected to do?  CFAX 1070 (iHeartRadio)

John Treleaven, 1st vice chair, Grumpy Taxpayers of Greater Victoria - Together Victoria weighed on a July 10th editorial in the Times Colonist titled.


Victorian schools lose their principals as parents drive teachers from top job - The Age
Victorian schools lose their principals as parents drive teachers from top job  The Age

Victorian schools are facing a critical shortage of principals, with one third of state school heads set to reach retirement age in the next five years. Some schools ...


Dozens of government computer workers to be sacked - The Age
Dozens of government computer workers to be sacked  The Age

Dozens of state government IT workers will lose their jobs under a push to adopt new technologies that require fewer employees. About 140 jobs in the Cenitex ...


Victorian timber workers face uncertainty as plan for industry's access to native forests delayed - ABC News
Victorian timber workers face uncertainty as plan for industry's access to native forests delayed  ABC News

Timber workers and businesses are sweating on their future, with the Victorian Government delaying the release of plans for industry to access native timber ...


Review: Storm Boy, Southbank Theatre (VIC) | ArtsHub Australia - ArtsHub
Review: Storm Boy, Southbank Theatre (VIC) | ArtsHub Australia  ArtsHub

Colin Thiele's 1964 novel comes to the stage in this mesmerising MTC and Queensland Theatre co-production.


Melbourne-based company buys historic Ford plants, promising thousands of jobs - 9news.com.au
Melbourne-based company buys historic Ford plants, promising thousands of jobs  9news.com.au

The last Ford Falcon rolled off the production line in Broadmeadows back in October 2016, signalling the end of an era in Australian car manufacturing and the ...


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

Strong jobs market gives Morrison government good story to tell going to the polls.


Office of the Victorian Government Architect: Senior Adviser - The Fifth Estate
Office of the Victorian Government Architect: Senior Adviser  The Fifth Estate

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Office of the Victorian Government Architect (OVGA) and foster innovation in Victoria's housing to be better designed, ...


Victorian Budget debt levels necessary to build infrastructure, Daniel Andrews says - ABC News
Victorian Budget debt levels necessary to build infrastructure, Daniel Andrews says  ABC News

Premier Daniel Andrews defends his plan to double the state's debt to fund major rail and road projects, comparing criticisms of the Government's borrowing with ...


The officer pushed out of police - Stuff.co.nz
The officer pushed out of police  Stuff.co.nz

This article was originally published by Newsroom and is republished with permission. A former Auckland police officer says she was pushed out of the force ...


400 jobs for SA with more OTR stores in Victoria - The Advertiser
400 jobs for SA with more OTR stores in Victoria  The Advertiser

The Shahin family-owned fuel empire will expand further into Victoria with three new On The Run stores to open this year, part of a 40 million-plus spend that will ...


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 ...


Victoria’s Solar Homes Package Boosting Jobs - Solar Quotes
Victoria’s Solar Homes Package Boosting Jobs  Solar Quotes

As well as saving Victorian households a bundle of cash on going solar, the state's Solar Homes Package rebate is giving local employment a boost too.


Victorian miners to be hit by gold royalty - Australian Mining
Victorian miners to be hit by gold royalty  Australian Mining

The Victorian Government is set to introduce a 2.75 per cent royalty to gold miners, in line with all other Australian states.


Nissan boosts jobs in electric vehicle expansion in Vic - Manufacturers' Monthly
Nissan boosts jobs in electric vehicle expansion in Vic  Manufacturers' Monthly

Nissan has announced that by 2020 its Australian headquarters will be located in Mulgrave, Victoria – bringing about 460 jobs to the area.


Victorian coroner Sara Hinchey could lose job over allegedly taking alcohol from workplace - ABC News
Victorian coroner Sara Hinchey could lose job over allegedly taking alcohol from workplace  ABC News

Victoria's chief coroner Sara Hinchey could lose her job if an allegation she took alcohol belonging to the Coroner's Court is proven, the judicial watchdog finds.


Jump in renewable energy jobs as solar farms overtake hydro power - The Age
Jump in renewable energy jobs as solar farms overtake hydro power  The Age

Jobs in large-scale solar farms tripled last financial year, overtaking the hydro sector for the first time, and helping to drive an overall expansion of employment in ...


Unemployment creeps back up to 5 per cent despite strong jobs growth - ABC News
Unemployment creeps back up to 5 per cent despite strong jobs growth  ABC News

Another 25700 new jobs, mainly full-time, was not enough to stop the unemployment rate rising as more people looked for work.


Doubt cast on suburban rail loop with workers to be linked to low-job areas - Sydney Morning Herald
Doubt cast on suburban rail loop with workers to be linked to low-job areas  Sydney Morning Herald

The massive suburban loop project at the centre of the Andrews government's successful election campaign will fail to achieve a key aim of connecting workers ...


Victoria faces teacher shortage as student numbers surge - ABC Local
Victoria faces teacher shortage as student numbers surge  ABC Local

Teachers describe their job as challenging, creative and like being a doctor with less blood, so as Victoria frantically tries to cater for thousands of extra students, ...


Two men shot by police in Victoria were of interest to counter-terror unit - The Guardian
Two men shot by police in Victoria were of interest to counter-terror unit  The Guardian

Two brothers of interest to counter-terrorism police have been shot and seriously wounded by officers near the Victoria-New South Wales border.


Steven Adams celebrates birthday by watching future basketball stars play - Stuff.co.nz
Steven Adams celebrates birthday by watching future basketball stars play  Stuff.co.nz

NBA star Steven Adams celebrated his 26th birthday by watching his secondary schools all-stars teams play in Christchurch on Saturday. The Oklahoma ...


Trudeau seeks harmony amid protests during Victoria visit - Times Colonist
Trudeau seeks harmony amid protests during Victoria visit  Times Colonist

While anti-pipeline protesters sang and held inflatable whales outside, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talked of the need for Canadians to find common ground in ...


Employment works in RBA's favour as jobs surge - The Sydney Morning Herald
Employment works in RBA's favour as jobs surge  The Sydney Morning Herald

Employment surged in October as the central bank's record-low interest rates spurred hiring, while the jobless rate remained at a six-year low despite an ...


Reducing power bills, making jobs: Victorian Solar Homes subsidy program - Energy Matters
Reducing power bills, making jobs: Victorian Solar Homes subsidy program  Energy Matters

Australians have so far enjoyed good news on the energy front to kick off the new year. Country-wide, the Federal Government announced a win for families The ...


Victorian government funds program to help trans women into work - QNews
Victorian government funds program to help trans women into work  QNews

The Victorian Government has announced funding for not-for-profit Fitted for Work, to help transgender job seekers overcome barriers to employment.


Emerging medicinal cannabis industry to create 65 new jobs in Shepparton - Shepparton News
Emerging medicinal cannabis industry to create 65 new jobs in Shepparton  Shepparton News

Victoria's burgeoning medicinal cannabis industry will involve a new cultivation and manufacturing facility being built in Shepparton.


Latrobe Valley population numbers fall after privatisation of Victorian power industry - ABC News
Latrobe Valley population numbers fall after privatisation of Victorian power industry  ABC News

A drop in the number of children living in Victoria's Latrobe Valley has been blamed on the privatisation of the state's power industry in the 1990s.


Victorian opposition will make Belt and Road deal with China public if elected - The Guardian
Victorian opposition will make Belt and Road deal with China public if elected  The Guardian

The Victorian opposition has pledged to publicly release the memorandum of understanding between the premier, Daniel Andrews, and the Chinese ...


VIC TRANSDEV BUS FLEET UPGRADE BIG WIN FOR SCANIA, LOCAL JOBS - Australasian Bus and Coach
VIC TRANSDEV BUS FLEET UPGRADE BIG WIN FOR SCANIA, LOCAL JOBS  Australasian Bus and Coach

THE VICTORIAN STATE GOVERNMENT'S order of 100 Scania city bus chassis as part of the Transdev Melbourne fleet upgrade is creating up to 20 new jobs in ...


Bega Cheese closes Coburg factory, redundancies to follow - Herald Sun
Bega Cheese closes Coburg factory, redundancies to follow  Herald Sun

Bega Cheese is closing its cheddar and mozzarella cheese manufacturing facility in Coburg with immediate effect, with redundancies to follow.


Victoria’s DEDJTR to be split into two parts - The Weekly Times
Victoria’s DEDJTR to be split into two parts  The Weekly Times

ONE of Premier Daniel Andrews first acts upon re-election has been to carve up Victoria's mega Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and ...