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BHP workers

Multiple coal mines begin hiring across Central Qld

Multinational and independent mining companies are recruiting new staff in Central Queensland’s Isaac region and Banana Shire. Several new jobs are available at a variety of coal mines operated...

Clough

Head contract awarded for $1.8B project

Two construction and engineering companies have won the primary tender for part of a new development worth $1.8 billion. A joint venture between Clough and Elecnor recently won the engineering...

UGL workers

Contract awarded at $610M North Qld project

A construction and maintenance company has won the latest tender package at a new development in North Queensland’s Etheridge Shire. A subsidiary of CIMIC Group recently secured an electrical...

BMD workers

Hiring spree begins in Central Queensland

A highwall mining specialist has launched a new recruitment drive for its next endeavour in Central Queensland’s Banana Shire. Addcar Highwall Mining is inviting expressions of interest for a...

Mastermyne Group

$660M contract awarded in Central Qld

A mining services company has won a tender worth up to $660 million in Queensland’s Central Highlands region. Mastermyne Group recently secured the mining services contract at Sojitz...

BHP FIFO workers

FIFO mine workers offered ‘huge incentives’

A recruitment company is offering lucrative wages, travel reimbursements and bonuses to mine employees who want to work in remote Australia.Higher Solution Specialists Recruitment is paying fly-in...

Central Queensland Coal

Palmer’s Central Qld coal project rejected

Authorities refuse to allow a mining magnate’s coal development to proceed in Central Queensland’s Capricornia region. The State Government recently rejected the environmental impact...

Tahmoor Coal

Hundreds of jobs continue after coal mine extended

Authorities will give a mining company more time to produce coal and keep employing hundreds of staff. The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission (IPC) recently approved SIMEC Mining’s...

Mineral Resources workers

Resources company cuts shipments due to skills shortage

A mining service provider indefinitely scaled back production because it does not have enough workers. Mineral Resources Limited (MRL) recently reported a skills shortage across its operations forced...