Rothery fears for coal industry if ONP don't win balance of power
ONE sector alone has created nearly a third of all new positions in Queensland over the past 15 months, according to the latest ABS figures.
There are almost 100 million reasons why Clive Palmer is the richest Queenslander in a list published today.
Woman was also teased for having to wear a bright yellow diving cap in the pool.
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"For me, one woman here in Australia, to receive the exposure I received has been huge, and it is definitely all thanks to her.”
Mining companies offer an eye-popping average wage – with 75 per cent of them offering more than $100,000 a year – but even that hasn’t been enough to help.
Sydney success, Matthew Lepre, 26, is offering someone an extremely desirable gig — with a salary of $52,000.
SMALL Business owners in the Bundaberg had a golden opportunity yesterday to ask questions and find new tools at the Bundaberg Small Business Fair.
THE future of Bundaberg is looking a bit brighter after minister Michaelia Cash announced 20 new local apprenticeships for Hinkler.
Queensland couple offers drone handling courses to counter negative stereotypes about women in science and technoloy
“THE transport industry is ‘absolutely screaming’ for young people to come up through the ranks,” he said.
LIFE experience is important and leaving the town you were born in can help open your eyes to what's out there.
FOUR blue collar industries have been forecast for high job growth, so if you’re considering a career change you may want to pick one of these.
Region is helping achieve state's 50 percent renewable target.
ALP's Capricornia candidate says coal is here for the long haul.
WHILE the idea of the United States becoming a post-apocalyptic hell hole might not be hard to imagine right now, one Aussie has made it a reality.
Best in business entrepreneurs reveal their profitable secrets in this special report for people hoping to strike gold with their enterprising dreams
Hard work pays off as Bundaberg business stays ahead of the pack with local entrepreneur revealing what it's like to make a success in our economy
THEY are the superstars of the sea, the women aboard Australia's $120 million research vessel which could help save not only our ocean life, but the planet.
A young Queensland entrepreneur owned and operated four Domino's sites before her life turned around completely due to a fatigue driver.