JOBS: Adani seeking workers for Bowen office

THREE positions have been advertised by Adani for their Bowen office.

Why no one over 50 can land a job

It's becoming increasingly hard for those over 50 to land a job

Labour market woes continue with slack movement in jobs

The employment market is still a source of disappointment

12 jobs on offer in the Clarence Valley now

Want to be a truck driver? It's just one of the jobs available right now in the Clarence Valley.

Looking for work? Check out our list of job opportunities.

Old coal conveyor creates jobs at Hay Point

The $31M project will decommission and remove the old 1970 coal conveyor and trestle at the Hay Point Coal Terminal.

Original Hay Point trestle and conveyor to be dismantled

More jobs than workers: Times changing in mining sector

Stanmore Coal's coal handling and processing plant. Photo: Emily Smith

It's hard to believe Mackay's now facing a labour shortage.

'Husband for sale' for $35

When Trish and Ken Wilson moved from Sydney's Northern Beaches to Mackay for a lifestyle change, Mrs Wilson posted an ad on Facebook to find her husband work.

New to Mackay, woman explains: 'Why I put my husband on the market'

Clive Palmer attacks Rudd over job losses

Clive Palmer joins a protest spearheaded by Palmer United Party NSW Senate leader Matt Adamson in Sydney on Tuesday afternoon over job losses.

Clive Palmer joined his NSW Senate candidate Matt Adamson in Sydney to protest job...

Reception/ Administration Traineeship – Front Office

The New School of Arts Neighbourhood House Inc. in South Grafton is looking for motivated, community-minded people to join our team  

TAFE cuts will hurt the whole of the Clarence

Grafton TAFE students join organiser Kathy Nicholson, Greens NSW MLC John Kaye and federal Greens senator Lee Rhiannon to protest cuts to TAFE services.

Closing down of two TAFE campuses in the region will affect everyone

Comedian hopes to boost TAFE numbers

LAUGH AND LEARN: Comedian Kevin Kropinyeri talks at the Grafton TAFE’s big Deadly Yarn Up event. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN

The Big Deadly Yarn Up aims to engage more Grafton TAFE students

40% of vocational student loans will not be repaid: report

Toowoomba apprentice Sean Leonard has won the Third Year Apprentice category in the Australian Renault Apprentice of the Year awards.

Government student loans under a cloud

'Crucial' farm land eyed by defence department

Lawson Geddes moving the Brangus cattle to higher ground - which is the land the Defence Department is interested taking for the Shoalwater Bay expansion.

"You can't have one without the other.”

WALTON: The collapse that exposed an ugly industry

Sunshine Coast subcontractors on the Nambour Coles job were left $3 million out-of-pocket in the wake of the Walton Construction collapse.

Special feature looks at scale of construction industry problem

BAUPLE: Residents say 'bring back the business climate'

Marc Bromet with daughter Yolande, outside the Bauple Macadamia House.

Marc and Yolande Bromet discuss how to put Bauple back on the map.

Former Shark Show for sale for $1.3 million

Vic Hislop at the old Shark Show.

TALK about a jaws-dropping real estate opportunity.

Fraser Coast has global appeal as visitor numbers soar

Patrick Janke from Germany is one of many international travellers who has chosen to visit Fraser Coast on his journey.

Overseas visitor numbers are up 4%.

'Underpaid' Rockhampton workers miss out on millions

Photo Tom Huntley / The Observer

Thousands of Rockhampton workers will need to chat with their boss