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SORELLE Amore’s ultimate goal seemed outrageous, but now she’s being paid to do what most people could only dream of.

POLLIE TICKLED: No job? We can fix that

A whole new method of job-hunting on offer.

Get back on the job train with these top tips

'Bold plan' will create thousands of jobs

Southern Cross University Vice Chancellor, Professor Adam Shoemaker.

Major announcement being made by Southern Cross Uni today

Rail squabble over 900 Queensland jobs

New Mount Isa Mayor Joyce McCulloch. Picture: Wesley Monts

Mayor says 'a lot of zero sum thinking going on'.

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

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Dental Assistants & Front Office Coordinator BRIAN POSCHELK DENTAL We are growing our Team and are seeking enthusiastic, reliable, motivated and...

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

Claims foreign aid cuts hurt girls' education

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

Mega farm to boost Plane Creek Mill

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: Wilmar is excited by an opportunity to boost throughput at Plane Creek mill.

2300ha cane farm planned at Clairview

Backlash against brothel DA for Townsend

This flyer has been put together by Townsend residents opposing a development application for a brothel in the industrial precinct.

The Townsend community has hit out at proposal to set up a brothel.

Professor explains how Premier's Adani veto hurts investors

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Adani's Jeyakumar Janakaraj.

CQU expert says negative outcomes come from sudden govt changes

'Best boss in the world' celebrates 10 years behind the bar

TOP JOB: Robyn Miles is the cheerful owner/manager of Allora's beloved Railway Hotel.

A leap of faith into pays off for a Southern Downs publican