Revealed: Australia’s fastest growing jobs

BARISTAS, beauticians and boot camp instructors are among Australia’s fastest-growing occupations.

JOBS CRISIS: Ipswich meatworks announces 200 new jobs

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk meets with workers at JBS Wacol on Friday.

More than 200 positions opened to meatworkers

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

What school leavers must do to land a job

School leavers who want a job next year must start preparing now.

School is ending - here is how to become workforce ready

Which state has the highest salary?

Mining, resources and energy workers are some of the best paid in Australia

Which state has the highest salary?

RAAF base to boost economy by $1.2B, create 2800 jobs

mberley in Queensland on 24 November 2016.

By 2020, 7000 people will be employed on site

JOBS: Six Ipswich positions ready now

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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

Iconic bakery moves after 38 years

Dominiques Bakery has moved to Bell Street.

Dominque's opens doors in Bell Street

The booming residential development sold on lies

Cape Coral may look like a dream — but it’s very much a case of buyer beware. Picture: Zillow Source: Supplied

The rapidly-growing city was sold on lies

IVF: The battle for baby Hendrix is worth it

SPECIALIST: Dr Neil Astill of City Fertility Centre Springfield with baby Hendrix Hartley, 11 weeks, who was conceived by IVF.

"We have developed a special offer to ease the financial burden."

Baby-making venture snaps at opportunity

BUNDLE OF JOY: Sandra and Brendon Moffatt have founded the world's first fully articulated, new-born model and are exporting to 56 countries.

Springfield Lakes couple taking over the world with baby mannequin

Council await green light for makeover of historic building

CHANGES: Councillors David Morrison (left) and Deputy Mayor Wayne Wendt hope for approval for demolition work at the North Ipswich Woollen Mills.

"The work is essential to the ongoing life of the building."

Black economy creates a $40 billion black hole

BLACK ECONOMY: The ATO estimates about 1.6 million businesses (mostly micro and small businesses with an annual turnover up to $15 million) operating across 233 industries, are part of the cash economy and not fulfilling their legal obligations.

Paying cash-in-hand and avoiding tax has a negative impact