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The plan provides Indigenous job-seekers with a series of accredited training programs that include literacy and numeracy education, work experience and mentoring support.

Program creates indigenous jobs

A plan to provide work opportunities for Indigenous Australians is set to expand, with 24 new pre-employment positions to be created in the quarrying, equipment and construction field. Read more »
The QRC criticised the final version of the new national earth sciences curriculum for not showcasing technologies in the resources sector, geophysical exploration and geosequestration.

QRC pushes for earth sciences in schools

In an effort to beat the skills shortage, geosciences should be taught in schools, says the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). Read more »
UnionsWA is concerned that in states that have not signed up to the harmonised OHS laws, businesses will not face maximum penalties for a death in the workplace.

Lives at risk without harmonised OHS

Western Australian workers have prevailed upon the WA State Government to accept the unified occupational health and safety legislation after it demanded more information on how the harmonised laws would impact business. Read more »


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