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Aug 26, 2021
Central Queensland tenders update

Central Queensland tenders update

This week includes a pathway and bridge in Mackay and the supply and delivery of bagged cement products in Rockhampton. Click here for detail…. This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, iQ Geo, iQ Miner’s Life, iQ Rockhampton, iQ Coal and Mining North, iQ Coal and iQ Geo, iQ Civil and iQ Coal, iQ Civil and Mining North, and iQ Civil and iQ Geo members only.Log In ...

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Aug 19, 2021
Top paying jobs on offer in resources sector

Top paying jobs on offer in resources sector

The Queensland resources sector jobs offer is a cup that runs over according to the latest SEEK employment data.  There are 1346 resources sector jobs currently advertised, with almost 970 – or over 70 per cent – paying more than $100,000 per year.  Resources defines resilience The resources sector has again defied the COVID-19 pandemic, according to… This content is f...

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Aug 17, 2021
Latest tenders issued in Central Queensland

Latest tenders issued in Central Queensland

Including the register of pre-qualified suppliers for the supply and delivery of road making materials ……. This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, iQ Geo, iQ Miner’s Life, iQ Rockhampton, iQ Coal and Mining North, iQ Coal and iQ Geo, iQ Civil and iQ Coal, iQ Civil and Mining North, and iQ Civil and iQ Geo members only.Log In Register ...

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Jul 09, 2021
Environment impact the next step on the Big Rocks Weir decision

Environment impact the next step on the Big Rocks Weir decision

The $60 million Big Rocks Weir project is a step closer with the release of the terms of reference for the project’s environmental impact statement. Big Rocks Weir is one of three water infrastructure projects in the broader Burdekin Catchment currently undergoing full EIS assessment processes as coordinated projects. Two others are the proposed raising… This content is for iQ Industry Quee...

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Jul 05, 2021
No-pay, no-play rule invoked as watchdog bares its teeth

No-pay, no-play rule invoked as watchdog bares its teeth

The state’s building industry watchdog has posted a big, ‘you’re not welcome’ to operators who’re not meeting standards. One hundred and twenty-nine [129] building trade licensees have been hit with conditions preventing them from providing tenders or quotes, or doing new work until they provide their financial information to the State’s building industry watchdog.  They… This content ...

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Jul 01, 2021
New minimum wage

New minimum wage

The minimum wage increase has taken affect. The Fair Work Ombudsman is reminding employers that the national minimum wage is now $20.33 per hour (up from $19.84) or $772.60 per week (up from $753.80). On 16 June 2021, the Fair Work Commission announced  a 2.5 per cent increase to the national minimum wage, following its Annual Wage… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland,...

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Jul 01, 2021
Loan facilitates the creation of hundreds of jobs

Loan facilitates the creation of hundreds of jobs

More than 500 new mining jobs are closer to fruition following the announcement of a loan to Olive Downs owners Pembroke. Olive Downs is a metallurgical coal lease located 40 kms southeast of Moranbah. The Federal Government has approved a loan of $175 million to support the mine’s first stage of development which includes rail, and… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal,...

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Jul 01, 2021
Olive Downs gets NAIF boost

Olive Downs gets NAIF boost

Pembroke Resources has welcomed the investment decision by the Board of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) to provide a loan facility of up to $175 million with a tenor of ten years to finance the development of the Olive Downs Steelmaking Coal Complex (Olive Downs) in the Bowen Basin.  Pembroke is committed to constructing… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ ...

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Jun 30, 2021
Road building drives jobs and stimulates business in Isaac budget

Road building drives jobs and stimulates business in Isaac budget

Isaac Regional Council has adopted a multi-million-dollar road infrastructure budget to improve the region’s local network and support jobs. A total of $15.7M roads investment will be delivered as part of Council’s 2021-22 Budget. The 13 major projects will stimulate the local economy and deliver better roads for Isaac region’s ratepayers, said Mayor Anne Baker…. This content is for iQ Indu...

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