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Rail squabble over 900 Queensland jobs

A DEVELOPMENT authority and a Queensland mayor at loggerheads over a new rail project - at stake are 900 jobs.

Toowoomba rates highly for jobs and housing

Geraint Hudson has moved to Toowoomba from Sydney and says his family have loved living there.

Jobless? you might be living in the wrong place

Regional hubs the answer to affordable housing

Geelong has reinvented itself in recent years after the Ford factory closed and many new industries are finding a home in the city centre, which is only 75km from Melbourne. Source: COGG

Moving away from the big cities can bring lifestyle benefits.

Adani mine could create jobs in marginal seats

Ian Macfarlane, chief executive of the Queensland Resources Council. June 2017

THE DEVELOPMENT of Adani's megamine could have a major impact

Jobs to flow from Mackay company's contract win

G&S Engineering managing director Mick Crowe at the company's Paget office.

Overland conveyor system work to start by Christmas

JOBS BOOM: Labor to splash $200m for regional jobs

The Palm Lake Group is looking for a site supervisor.

here is one issue in this election, and that is jobs,” she said.

Revealed: Australia’s fastest growing jobs

New Census data reveals Australia’s fastest growing jobs.

Australia now has 27 per cent more fitness instructors

Unemployed woman explains why Adani matters to her

ADANI EXCITEMENT: Rockhampton local Jo Boyd says Adani FIFO jobs are great news for the region.

Jo Boyd says she wants a better life and work delivers this

Adani mine beckons ‘old fella’

Rickey Didmon, aged 55, wants a job but has been told he is both underqualified and overqualified. Picture: Evan Morgan

The 55-year-old has more than enough qualifications

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

Senate set to reject higher education bill for second time

Senator Nick Xenophon questions senior public servants and ministers during a Senate committee at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday May 27, 2014.

Senate set to reject education reforms again when parliament resumes

Mackay inventor redesigns salt shaker

SHAKING IT UP: Ron Meng holds his improved salt shaker for which he has been granted an Australian patent.

Salt shaker invention against the grain

300 stores to close: Rivers, City Chic, Katies at risk

Businesses forced to close more than 300 stores across the country

Wagner brothers drop $476,000 defamation suit

Brothers Denis, John, Neill and Joe Wagner sued over an article. Pictured here is Denis Wagner.

Brothers Denis, John, Neill and Joe Wagner sued over an article

The problem with incognito mode

Google Chrome’s incognito mode doesn’t stop your boss seeing what you’re browsing

Browsing the web in incognito mode doesn’t give you privacy

‘EVERY GENERATION GETS SUCKED IN’: The $137 billion lie

It's used to buy drugs and child porn, are we being sucked in?

Australia’s deadly workplace crisis

Australia is facing a major mental health crisis. Picture: NASA imagery

“Everything was closing down, the sound was muffled."