Regional jobs program to be expanded in budget

An expanded version of the Back to Work will be revealed in Tuesday's Queensland budget.

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

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.

Careers Australia fails: 15,000 students, 1000 staff gone

Group's 1000 staff sent an email that they had been stood down

How to survive the robot jobs revolution

Nicholas Davis is here to tell you that it’s not all bad news

The $1000-a-day jobs of the future are not what you think

In workplace speak they’re also known as “slashies”

Attention IT Professionals

Attention IT Professionals A LOCAL COMPANY IS SEEKING TO EXPAND THEIR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TEAM.  To be successful in this position, you should...

PE teacher going back to school for sake of his future

PE teacher Matthew Rose discusses his decision to re-train as a maths teacher with NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli (centre) and Lismore MP Thomas George (right).

Education Minister visits Kadina High Campus.

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

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

'Mongrel act' plummets sacked CQ workers to rock bottom

AMWU Regional Organiser Peter Lyon is outraged over Aurizon's treatment of its redundant Rockhampton workers, who were this week forced to train their replacements.

What these workers have been asked to do adds insult to injury.

David Jones set to launch upmarket convenience store chain

David Jones is planning a fancy convenience store chain. Pictured is MasterChef winner at the department store’s Market Street food hall.

Those with a bit of cash are in for a new shopping treat

Millionaire Nathan Birch to offload $55M in property

Nathan Birch wants to focus more on developing properties.

Sydney property investor has announced he is selling up

Builders relish Coast's growing construction rates

The Coast's average house price has risen from by more than $10,000 in the past three years to $507,100.

House numbers and values are rising on the Coast

REVEALED: 10 biggest employers on the Sunshine Coast

OPTIMISTIC: Registered nurse Suzanne Volejnikova-Wenger is excited about potential for medical research jobs on the Coast.

More people employed in healthcare than any other industry on Coast.

Australian businesses unprepared for technological upheaval

Business confidence is down as the mining outlook weakens.

Changes are coming and everyone needs to change