FOR a decade now people have been hearing stories about workers with zero experience getting jobs at the mines and making a fortune. But is it myth or reality?
GLADSTONE’S four LNG companies have teamed up to inject nearly half a million dollars into workplace training for students.
NEWMAN Government prepared to commit $4 million over two years towards the Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership, providing industry matches the contribution.
OPINION: With so many projects underway there are plenty of casual jobs in Gladstone, but what a community really needs is full-time jobs that will last years.
A LARGE group of workers walked off the job at GLNG’s Curtis Island site. An anonymous source said workers attended a meeting before leaving the island.
AN indigenous representative has accused a Queensland government department of breaching confidentiality in a proposed land transfer on Facing Island.
AS GLADSTONE Area Promotion and Development Ltd prepares to host the 2013 Gladstone Futures Summit, the region’s leaders have some serious planning to do.
OWNERS of a workers camp in Calliope will have to pay Gladstone Regional Council $3.6 million for new infrastructure if they proceed with a planned extension.
OPINION: Is there anything about Gladstone’s LNG projects that doesn’t become controversial?
THE Gladstone Seafood Promotion Fund has begun its work. Now the question is: will it work?