Darwin Jobs News
Thursday July 2, 2009WORKERS aged over 25 who lose their jobs because of the economic slowdown will be guaranteed a training place under changes expected to be endorsed today by political leaders.
Sunday October 26, 2008INTERSTATE bookmakers are pocketing millions of dollars that would otherwise be used to fund horse racing in Victoria, in a wagering war that senior industry figures claim could threaten the future of the sport and cost jobs.
Monday August 4, 2008DARWIN will become the hub for Jetstar's expansion into Asia as rival low-cost carrier Tiger Airways axes its Darwin services.
Wednesday August 30, 2006PEOPLE living in areas of high unemployment will be offered up to $5000 to leave home and take jobs in other parts of the country.
Thursday October 21, 2004THREE Cessnock road maintenance jobs will be postponed so the city council can spend $1.2 million upgrading a 1.6 kilometre stretch of Blackhill Road, Blackhill.
Wednesday September 22, 2004Australia's most marginal seat has attracted plenty of politicians brandishing promises in recent days.
Friday May 28, 2004Kabeer Tiamoori spent the four longest years of his life working part-time jobs in a daze, crying himself into a state of semi-sleep and making distraught international phone calls to his family.
Wednesday November 12, 2003The Alice Springs-Darwin railway will not start operating until January, but it's already having an impact.
Wednesday September 24, 2003It's no coincidence that the two best teams are coached by the two best coaches. Leigh Matthews and Mick Malthouse have done their magnificent jobs in 2003. This time next week one will have enhanced his coaching reputation even further, and the other, while no doubt feeling extremely disappointed, will have lost no friends.
Saturday May 24, 2003When the Mak Mak women tell stories about their home on the floodplains south-west of Darwin today, Sydneysiders may find out how to call a crocodile.
Tuesday April 1, 2003Things are looking up in the government area for Brisbane-based IT services company Dialog, judging by the jobs recently advertised on its website. Jobs on offer in Canberra and Darwin include DB2, CICS and COBOL programmers and J2EE and .NET senior designers.
Tuesday October 22, 2002Many Australian workers would ditch their jobs for only a minor pay rise, and less than half would recommend their company's products to others, a study has revealed. The survey of 1200 workers found Australians were only moderately committed to their jobs, with one in four ready to jump ship for a 10 per cent increase in pay. More than half (57 per cent) were prepared to leave for an offer of 20 per cent more. Stewart Fotheringham, the manager director of financial services group Aon Consulting, which ha
Sunday November 11, 2001TAKING heavy doses of caffeine can trigger headaches, agitation and sleeplessness but an armed robbery conviction has raised concerns that it might lead to crime. A Darwin student drank up to 11 cans of a caffeine-laced energy drink the day before he robbed a supermarket of $17,000 at knifepoint.
Thursday September 14, 2000The man who locked an Aboriginal boy in his room at the Darwin detention centre minutes before the boy's suicide on February 9 this year was called a youth worker, but the job description came with no training to justify it. Yesterday he told the inquest into the death of the boy, 15, he believed
Monday August 7, 2000Poor infrastructure is threatening a potential multi-billion-dollar mineral sands industry in Victoria and hundreds of jobs, a study has found. Several mines are likely to come on stream over the next few years but, unless infrastructure is upgraded, the projects may not be economically viable in
Friday June 23, 2000TAFE teachers have demanded a meeting with the NSW Government over concerns that massive funding cuts under the state budget would result in the loss of 730 teaching jobs. NSW Teachers Federation spokesman for post-school education Phil Bradley told the NSW Labor Council last night there had bee
Friday May 12, 2000A SHOPPING centre with a Target discount department store, Coles supermarket and 10 speciality retail outlets will open in Cessnock on Monday. Cessnock City Centre is a $20million investment that has generated about 300 jobs. Cessnock Mayor John Clarence will open the centre, which is on the c
Tuesday February 29, 2000BEAUTIFUL industrial design - form, colour and finish - have been trademarks of Apple Computer since Steve Jobs burst back into the industry and decreed that the beige box was passe. It gave the company more than just an edge over the opposition in the consumer space, it opened an entirely new mark
Saturday February 26, 2000CHARLES de Kantzow was so steamed up about the Shoalhaven's high youth unemployment rate when he moved to Berry two years ago that he decided to start new industries to create jobs. Now he is part of a push to establish a coffee production industry in the region. ``The Illawarra and Shoalhaven
Tuesday February 22, 2000THE world is six months away, and counting, from the release of MacOS X. Thus spake Jobs as he previewed the new OS, with particular emphasis on the graphical user interface, code-named Aqua. Running the same Developer 3 release that shipped earlier this week to Apple's eager legion of third-part
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