June 2015

Published a story 30th Jun 2015 3:10 PM

IF you’re like the majority of Australians, your weekly household spending is about $680 and you need to keep an eye on your hip pocket.

EOFY budget: Costbusters ready to tackle at your finances

IF you’re like the majority of Australians, your weekly household spending is about $680 and you need to keep an eye on your hip pocket.

Published a story 29th Jun 2015 8:34 PM

NEW Hope Group cannot verify its claim the New Acland expansion will impact less than half the strategic cropping land initially expected.

New Hope figures differ on vital crop land impact

NEW Hope Group cannot verify its claim the New Acland expansion will impact less than half the strategic cropping land initially expected.

Published a story 29th Jun 2015 7:20 PM

NEW Hope Group cannot verify its claim the New Acland expansion will impact less than half the strategic cropping land initially expected.

Government and mine clash on cropping land figures

NEW Hope Group cannot verify its claim the New Acland expansion will impact less than half the strategic cropping land initially expected.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 6:57 PM

QUEENSLAND universities are calling on industries to elaborate on what employers mean when they say they want “job ready” graduates.

Qld universities ask: please explain, what is job ready?

QUEENSLAND universities are calling on industries to elaborate on what employers mean when they say they want “job ready” graduates.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 1:54 PM

RACING Queensland chief Darren Condon wille removed from his role following the greyhound racing live baiting scandal.

Racing Queensland boss dumped after livebait scandal

RACING Queensland chief Darren Condon wille removed from his role following the greyhound racing live baiting scandal.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 6:39 AM

A RESOURCE economist believes China’s air pollution concerns could play to the Queensland coal sector’s strengths.

China's air pollution could boost Queensland's coal sector

A RESOURCE economist believes China’s air pollution concerns could play to the Queensland coal sector’s strengths.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 7:48 PM

A RESOURCE economist believes China’s air pollution concerns could play to the Queensland coal sector’s strengths.

Chinese pollution could boost Australian coal sector

A RESOURCE economist believes China’s air pollution concerns could play to the Queensland coal sector’s strengths.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 7:32 PM

WWF might join the Government in speaking about the Great Barrier Reef in front of the World Heritage Committee, but that doesn't mean they are on the same side

WWF and govt to argue against “in-danger” reef listing

WWF might join the Government in speaking about the Great Barrier Reef in front of the World Heritage Committee, but that doesn't mean they are on the same side

Published a story 24th Jun 2015 8:15 PM

MINING royalties paid to the Queensland Government will take an almost $3 billion dive over the next four years.

Mining royalties to Qld Govt to take a $3b nosedive

MINING royalties paid to the Queensland Government will take an almost $3 billion dive over the next four years.

Published a story 24th Jun 2015 7:34 PM

THE Australia Institute is pressuring the Queensland Government to invest less in the mining industry for the state’s sake.

Mining creates less jobs for dollars: Australia Institute

THE Australia Institute is pressuring the Queensland Government to invest less in the mining industry for the state’s sake.

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Although born and bred in Rockhampton, I’m still learning more and more about the people and community every day. We have a community filled with both inspirational locals and people who have been hard done by. I enjoy telling their tales and hopefully using my position to right the wrongs.