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4,900 new jobs in Queensland

More than 192,000 Queenslanders have now found work since the Palaszczuk Government was elected, according to ABS Labour Force Data released in April.


$1.7 million for state of the art health training at Caboolture

Work is kicking off at the TAFE Caboolture campus to upgrade the health training facilities.


Small businesses given access to $25,000 upfront to support recovery

Flood-affected small businesses in North Queensland can now claim half the $50,000 Special Disaster Assistance Recovery Grant upfront to support their recovery.


Free Tafe for Central Queenslanders

125 students in Rockhampton have already taken advantage of free tafe to gain the skills and training they need for a bright future in growing industries.


Small business week gets an extra $200,000 boost

Around 50 Queensland small businesses will share in more than $200,000 to host an event during Queensland Small Business Week next week.


Grants help grow another crop of entrepreneurs

A microbrewery, a home renovator, a yoga teacher and a fencing contractor are among more than 200 small businesses to benefit from small business grants.


Riding the wave to a career in tourism and hospitality

Hey Queensland, there's never been a better time to launch a career in tourism.


Recovery grants helping to get back to business

Close to 3 decades in the industry could not prepare Townsville business owners Rod and Cheryl Pether for the 'heartbreak' of seeing their livelihood ruined.


Focus on Queensland's education and training partnership with South Korea

Strengthening education and training partnerships has been the key focus in the recent South Korea Trade Mission.