700 Coast jobs to fill in one day across sectors

A WHOPPING 700 jobs all based on the Sunshine Coast will be up for grabs in the one day only event titled The JobShow.

Queensland maintains credit rating despite govt spending

Curtis Pitt

Moody's notes extra spending on frontline services by govt

Why Glencore's mine reopening has some worried

Despite the good news, the CFMEU has some long-term concerns.

The longevity of the 200 jobs on offer has been questioned.

Thousands of new jobs to be created in health industry

Between 1400 to 1800 new health jobs on the Sunshine Coast will be created by the NDIS.

Get qualified to take advantage of job boom

'Husband for sale' for $35

When Trish and Ken Wilson moved from Sydney's Northern Beaches to Mackay for a lifestyle change, Mrs Wilson posted an ad on Facebook to find her husband work.

New to Mackay, woman explains: 'Why I put my husband on the market'

Mining contract firm expands to Papua New Guinea and WA

CQ Field Mining general manager Dean Scott (right) and his staff at Paget (from left) Danny Chrzanowski, Liam Keighran, Jason Holt, Julie Hope, Kirsty Head, Sara Aston and Sharon McLean.

Almost 100 applicants as expansion opens new job opportunities

Female only job listing rubs men up the wrong way

The ad on Seek.

Comments on social media suggest the ad is "sexist”.

GYMPIE REGIONAL COUNCIL Gympie Regional Council is currently recruiting for the following: * GRC230 - Cadet Designer. This position would suit a school leaver...

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

Is it time to crack down on big businesses getting bigger?

Should businesses be allowed to merge and become "superstar firms"

Memories making money for sports fans

Michelle Payne celebrates after winning the Melbourne Cup on Prince of Penzance at Flemington last year.

Sports memorabilia can be a lucrative business.

50 jobs for local workers at proposed meatworks

An application has been lodged to turn a rural block on Pasha Rd into a meatworks and workers camp.

Untrained locals considered for planned new abattoir near Moranbah

It's outrageous: Friends of Felton on Inland Rail route

Inland rail route could cause 'serious harm' to the food-bowl valley

Tough times in CBD: Woolies says goodbye Ipswich

Woolworths in the Ipswich Mall.Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

The last day of trading will be January 1

Team Scotland to train UK eyes on the Sunshine Coast

ELATED: Team Scotland will call the Sunshine Coast home ahead of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Commonwealth Games training squad to draw UK focus