How it took 2000 applications to get a job on Sunshine Coast

THIS is the harsh reality of the job search on the Sunshine Coast.

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

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

19 jobs available in the Clarence Valley right now

Construction jobs on the Pacific Highway upgrade are among the positions currently vacant.

These jobs are ready to apply for right now

'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."

Skills and Thrills Showcase in Grafton

Apprentice tiler Shannon Thompson will be an ambassador at today's Skills and Thrills Careers Showcase

Skills that pay the bills

Where the 13,000 mining jobs are

Rio Tinto's Amrun

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

Bringing down indigenous workplace hurdles

PASSIONATE: Jobs4Youth co-ordinator Rebekah Carr.

There are many benefits of hiring indigenous staff.

Attention IT Professionals

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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

Former jobseeker Shane lands dream job after six-months

SUCCESS STORY: Shane Falkenberg, 21, got a job as a support worker in Hervey Bay after a six-month job hunt.

“Having a job has taken a lot of stress off my shoulders."

Vegan cafe with Coast's best burger gains popularity

TASTY: Wallea Eaglehawk and Alex Coolican from Delicats Vegan Cafe with their famous vege burger.

Voted Coast's most popular burger - and here's why

Soldier punches above her weight and deploys with unit

WAR FACE: Toowoomba's Monica Fortunaso is a health professional by day but on weekends she is involved with the Alpha Company of the 25/49
th
 Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment.

Runs 2.4 km army fitness test in 9 minutes and does 63 push ups

Prime CBD site sold as laneway culture progresses

The Longs building Ruthven Street has been purchased by a group of investors to be renovated into a series of shops/eateries.  June 2017

How investors and council plan to transform the Toowoomba CBD

Mentors help bright young minds cut to the chase

TEAM: Graeme Acton Beef Connections program participants Richard Rains and Bede Mcalpin.

Graeme Acton Beef Connections mentoring program