‘This is not a job for cry babies’

THE owner of a NSW fruitpicking farm that has been slammed after a former worker posted a set of rules on social media claims the list is nearly 20 years old.

Energy company hits back at claims

Boyne Smelters general manager operations Joe Rea announced job cuts due to increased power prices.

National Electricity Market working as designed

Boyne Smelter to close cells, cut production after power price spike

Boyne Smelters general manager operations Joe Rea announced job cuts due to increased power prices.

BSL is due to cut production and jobs because of electricity prices.

Two CQ mines likely to kick off in 2017

Two key projects look likely to go ahead this year.

Hundreds of jobs this year

New opportunities to gain career in the mining industry

Wesfarmers Curragh Mine Blackwater.
Photo Meghan Kidd / CQ News

Wesfarmers Resources opens trainee and apprenticeship intakes

Telstra, Optus customers at risk, says "ethical hacker"

File

'Digital doors' allow access to personal files, photos

College threatens sacked staff with police, prosecution

IN SPOTLIGHT: SmartCity Vocational College has sent an email to ex-SC Admin Pty Ltd staff threatening police action/prosecution over missing equipment.

Staff owed up to $2.6 million threatened over missing equipment

Employment growth sped up at end of 2016

THE pace of employment growth gathered pace towards the end of 2016.

Inflation made a comeback in December

Australia's inflation scores surged in December

5 tips to keeping your finances under control this year

Did you make a new year's resolution to cut down on your spending?

Aussie dollar keeping a close eye on US movements

money generic

The Aussie Dollar is following the US markets closely

Is your job set for a big pay rise this year?

money generic

Don't dis the IT guru: they could be eyeing off a $50k pay rise

'Sick with stress': Bechtel worker claims bullying, assault

BECHTEL CASE: Robyn Forse plans to launch fresh action against Bechtel.

“I HAVE been so sick with stress and worry.”

Coastal coal mine project has 500 job potential

JOBS, JOBS, JOBS: A mine that will eventually have the capacity to employ 500 workers is opening in CQ.

Drive-in labour resources would be sourced from the local area

Scammers strike more often than hackers: IT specialist

Every month Kerry Heffernan sees at least six Ipswich customers who have been scammed.

Hello? Hello?! Mobile outage left users offline for hours

Some customers were left on hold of up to 40 minutes.

Ups and downs in NBN quest to leave no home behind

Toowoomba's David Shinners and his son Hugh and wife Julie find online life easier with the NBN.

Faster broadband means fewer people will leave the regions for work.

Waiting for NBN: what you need to do next

NBN's "check your address” feature shows the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin office should be able to connect to the National Broadband Network from January 2017.

Find out where your region is at with the NBN rollout.

MY SAY: Job losses before Christmas a disaster

OPINION: SmartCity's admin collapse leaves many, many questions unanswered.

The iPhone has changed your life, yes, yours

TO call something life changing is often just a cliche but the iPhone, which turns 10 this week, has changed my life.

Samsung QLED TV promises perfect colour

New TVs promises to kill the cord clutter and 'hang like a painting'

CES 2017: Who will be the Celine Dion of gadgets?

One of the world's tallest observation wheels, the High Roller, dominates the Las Vegas skyline.

Who will be the shining stars of world's top tech show?

10 reasons Apple's AirPods are product of the year

The AirPods automatically detect when they are in or out of your ear. They can also be used to access Siri, who can be instructed to find directions or make telephone calls.

Apple’s best product of the year is the Apple AirPods