Qld Budget 2017: Six billion dollar push for 22,000 jobs

SIX billion dollars will be spent to upgrade regional infrastructure in a bid to fund 22,000 jobs in Queensland’s struggling areas.

Regional jobs program to be expanded in budget

Support for regional jobs will feature in Tuesday's Queensland budget.

Regional jobs program to be expanded

Anger at Aurizon ad as jobs go in Gladstone

An Aurizon protest in Rockhampton.

Company rejects 'lousy' treatment claims

Adani: Yes it's a coal mine, but it's jobs we need

This bumper sticker has been increasingly appearing in Townsville, in the midst of environmental protests against the Adani mine. Picture: Chris McMahon

Company has been mired in a bitter protest war

Aurizon explains plan behind new jobs in CQ

Workers met on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss options in the wake of Aurizon's decision to cut 29 jobs from the Mackay region.

Casual workers are already being sought by Aurizon

Adani jobs to flow almost immediately after approval

Jeyakumar Janakaraj. Photo Chris Lees / Daily Mercury

Extra $1.2 billion a year in economic benefits for Qld economy

'Willing to clean toilets': Mum rejected from 500 jobs

FINAL PLEA: Mum of two Kelli Johnstone has gone public about her year-long struggle to find a job.

"I'M not wanting a job, I'm begging for one."

The job where you may not get paid for a year

Many business owners don't have enough to pay themselves.

How some are sacrificing their own personal well being to 'get ahead'

Where the 13,000 mining jobs are

Rio Tinto's Amrun

THE mining and resources downturn is over and jobs are coming back

CLEANER – PERMANENT PART-TIME

CLEANER – PERMANENT PART-TIME 25 hours per week (split between morning and afternoon shifts) Salary $23.6974 per hour ($7.78 per split shift).

Do you know a 'Mumpreneur'?

Awards ceremony aims to celebrate the achievements of mums in business.

Organisations celebrates hard-working Aussie mums around Australia

TELSTRA DOWN? Why mobile, internet, Foxtel may be out

TELSTRA customers were forced to face a mass outage today

New law won't stop farm worker exploitation

NEW LAW: Concerns have been raised over the proposed Labour Hire Licensing Bill.

RCSA claims labour hire law is politically motivated

Mining giants in fight that could spell disaster for NQ town

STAND OFF: There are perfectly good homes for workers, but mining company QCoal could be forced to build a camp and the deserted streets and empty houses of Glenden would remain.

How two mining companies could ruin this small town

'Huge concern': Apprentice intake drops in Gladstone

QAL - March 2, 2017.

Less apprentices being hired in Gladstone.

Aussie-grown medicinal marijuana by 2018: THC

FIELDS OF GREEN: John and Jim Hall are hoping to be able to grow medicinal cannabis on their Bundaberg farm next year.

Licence approved soon, chairman says