Father willing to do anything to work

DESPERATE: Maryborough concreter Andrew Roberts is searching for a job ... any job. He is pictured here with April, Isabella and partner Jaime-Lee Henningsen.

Andrew Roberts is just one example of the Fraser Coast's crisis

Promise of 250 jobs from Mackay region project

Bakers Creek - Corner of Cook Lane and Main Street.

Developer has promised 250 construction jobs, $316M in activity

Look who’s hiring: Ten jobs you can apply for right now

The Old Fernvale Bakery needs an apprentice baker to learn the secrets of its famous pies.

Are you a chef, meatworker or truck driver? Want to become a baker?

Virtual reality used to engage unemployed young people

National Job Link uses virtual reality about working in the real world to engage young people unemployed or disassociated from school.

"If you can build their confidence, they can do anything,”

Jobs to follow as our biggest club invests in the future

General manager for Brothers Leagues Club Mark Hennelly announces a major expansion proposal for the Raceview club.

$11 million development for city's biggest club

EXCLUSIVE: Charleville set to get abattoir in 2017

John Burey plans to convert his kangaroo meatwork facility to slaughter cattle.

Charleville's Kangaroo works are set to reopen in 2017.

Farmers: Kale craze is dead

Tony and Nick Gibb from Gibb Bros, pictured at their farm in Peak Crossing, are featured in the book.

Health benefits of new 'sexy' vegetable now in the spotlight

Teen shares secret on how to get that job

19-year-old Kingslee Smith has secured a job at Rosewood Farm Supplies.

Kingslee gets his start through one simple thing

The fact your boss should know about you but doesn't...

A study has established something interesting about Aussie workers

Qualified Cabinet Maker

Qualified Cabinet Maker Required To start immediately for Ipswich company Full time position Mature aged tradespeople are encouraged to...

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

We need to grow new farmers

Mr Ford said he would consider using his drone for commercial use.

The aging workforce behind our farms puts them in danger

Grazier plans to make the most of good prices

Cattle farmer Eric Simon pictured at Jimarndy Station. Photo: Contributed

There's no doubt. Hope is not a strategy

LISTEN: Inner-city venues face local Ipswich competition

DINKUS

Charlie Pisasale pushes for local youth to return to Ipswich bars

Australian farmers can produce enough food for 80 million

YOUNG CANE: Irrigation equipment in a field on the Burnett Heads Road. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Except to see dairy exports increase over the next year

Is this the start of our Rural Renaissance?

Exports to the US have dropped 40%, China 30% and Japan 10%. China and Saudi Arabia have once more open their doors to Brazilian beef while Indonesia is now looking to Indian buffalo meat to boost its supplies

Rising prices the talk of the town as rain raises farmers’ spirits

Storm gave inappropriate advice to vulnerable investors

Many investors were retirees who lost their homes