Drunk face tattoo holding Mark back

MARK Cropp wants to get off the dole, get a job and put food on the table for his family. But there's one big problem in the way.

Thousands of positions available on Adani jobs portal

Adani Australia regional content manager Ben Hughes speaks at the Regional Growth Seminar in Mackay on Thursday.

Thousands of jobs available on Adani portal

Crime is on the up in Bundy 'because of jobless'

CRIME ON THE RISE: Shadow Attorney General Ian Walker visited Bundaberg to attend community meetings with Burnett MP Stephen Bennett.

LNP blames government 'inaction'

450 JOBS: Workers needed for major LNG plant shut down

QCLNG have started exporting Train 2 gas from Gladstone.   Photo Contributed

Extra 450 workers needed later this year at QCLNG.

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

TOUGH GIG: It took Matt Collins 2000 job applications before he found a job.

Valuable tips for those feeling lost in the job search.

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

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt, watched by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, speaks during a press conference at Parliament House in Brisbane, Tuesday, June 13, 2017. Mr Pitt will hand down the 2017-18 budget for the state, his third.

Six billion will be spent to fund 22,000 jobs in Qld

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

State Budget all about jobs, jobs, jobs for Donaldson

JOBS: Leanne Donaldson is focussed on employment, public housing and funding for health and education.

Homes for seniors, people with disability high on list

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

BUNDABERG REGIONAL COUNCIL CAREERS Positions Vacant Closing Tomorrow! * Trainee Information Services Support Officer * Project Manager - Major Projects * Gatehouse...

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

First Australian Joint Strike Fighter pilot starts training

An F-35 II Joint Strike Fighter prototype undergoes testing in America.

Australian JSF pilot to begin training on Monday

Fees on sex shops and brothels tripled

Sex just become a whole lot more difficult thanks to one councillor

Businesses alerted as mandatory food labelling draws close

The mandatory labels give "clearer” information to Australian consumers about the origin of the food they purchase.

Less than a year before CoOL labels enforced.

Industrial action against Toll on the cards says TWU

Toll Group may face industrial action if the TWU ballot is successful.

TWU says negotiations have stalled at Toll

$235m plan to launch space industry in NT

The NT is aiming to join the space race.

The company behind the space proposal is Equatorial Launch Australia

Business tax bungle ends in $66k fines

BETTER TIMES: Desmond Wust.

Lawyer says man, 62, didn't know tax issues weren't being addressed

$10k question leads to $80m idea

Former Sydney resident Ed Robinson has established a rapidly growing tech start-up in the US.

How $10,000 question led to $80 million success