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Govt: Energy market reforms must secure CQ jobs, power

Premium Content Govt: Energy market reforms must secure CQ jobs, power

Central Queensland has thousands of jobs linked to coal fired power which is...

How National Energy Market redesign will impact CQ

Premium Content How National Energy Market redesign will impact CQ

The Central Queensland energy market faces the retirement of coal fired power and...

CQ’s renewable energy on agenda at Energy Futures Summit

Premium Content CQ’s renewable energy on agenda at Energy Futures Summit

Gladstone could become a “global clean energy superpower”, Energy Futures Summit to...

PFAS explained at CS Energy Biloela info sessions

Premium Content PFAS explained at CS Energy Biloela info sessions

CS Energy is holding public information sessions at Biloela after PFAS chemicals...

Conservation Council to tackle government over PFAS fears

Premium Content Conservation Council to tackle government over PFAS fears

The Queensland Conservation Council is concerned about PFAS in drinking water...

Callide Power Station worker files $2.6m lawsuit

Premium Content Callide Power Station worker files $2.6m lawsuit

He claims a number of events occurred over a three-day period.

Will coal fired power stations result in climate disaster?

Premium Content Will coal fired power stations result in climate disaster?

Energy giants have invested hundreds of millions to reduce emissions

Fear residents could have been using toxic water for years

Premium Content Fear residents could have been using toxic water for years

An authorised controlled release of ash dam water not linked to PFAS chemicals:...

$4.5m Callide power station upgrade increases reliability

Premium Content $4.5m Callide power station upgrade increases reliability

Upgrades designed to increase flexibility of Callide power station in times of peak...

Toxic chemicals found near Callide power station

Premium Content Toxic chemicals found near Callide power station

CS Energy released testing results this week and Banana Shire Council is testing...

Power station worker sues for $750k for crushed fingers

Premium Content Power station worker sues for $750k for crushed fingers

He underwent multiple surgeries on his fingers and is no longer able to work

’Simply not true’: War of words between law firm, providers

Premium Content ’Simply not true’: War of words between law firm, providers

Piper Alderman lawyers have hit back at claims about alleged price manipulation.

$60m power station works to have COVID-19 measures in place

Premium Content $60m power station works to have COVID-19 measures in place

The works will accommodate for jobs for 140 Queensland contractors and bring $6...

How CQ power stations and mines are dealing with Covid-19

Premium Content How CQ power stations and mines are dealing with Covid-19

Temperature screening, restricted work travel and segregated staff measures being...

Govt responds to reports of switch off at power station

Premium Content Govt responds to reports of switch off at power station

Govt, company respond to early closure of Callide B Power Station

Timeline for Callide B closure in state hands

Premium Content Timeline for Callide B closure in state hands

The company in charge of Callide B Power Station says any decision regarding the...

Overhaul to power station creates new jobs

Premium Content Overhaul to power station creates new jobs

Tens of millions invested into a major upgrade of a Central Queensland power...

CQ industry site gears up for busy 2019 with new apprentices

Premium Content CQ industry site gears up for busy 2019 with new apprentices

A $4million overhaul is planned for May and a $70million later on

Dalby business left $1.6m out of pocket in liquidation

Dalby business left $1.6m out of pocket in liquidation

International company's liquidation hits Dalby business.

CQ woman makes history, knocking down gender stereotypes

CQ woman makes history, knocking down gender stereotypes

Brianna Pidgeon is proving girls can get their hands dirty too

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