Whether you are out here on a Working Holiday Visa or a student looking for part time work, here are some helpful tips to find a casual job! There are a lot of myths about finding work in Australia such as it's really easy, and this can be true and false, but you just have to look hard, be prepared to move about and there should be no reason for you not to find work. Here are some helpful links: www.gumtree.com.au www.seek.com.au http://www.psychotraveller.com/how-to-find-work-in-australia/ --------------------- Important stuff --------------------- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/psychotraveller DON'T FORGET TO BECOME A LITTLE PSYCHO: http://goo.gl/GnWOIt --------------------- Social media is sexy --------------------- Facebook: http://goo.gl/K0u8pa Twitter: http://goo.gl/FsbWJR Pinterest: http://goo.gl/qgRD4v Instagram: http://goo.gl/abzups SnapChat: @PsychoTraveller My blog: http://goo.gl/5zP0dG Business email: psychotraveller22 at gmail dot com --------------------- What I Film My Videos With --------------------- GoPro Hero 4 Silver: http://goo.gl/9AE4Yu Sony A5100: http://goo.gl/Fo1DDY --------------------- Some Sexy Stuff Right Here!! --------------------- Get $30 off your first stay on Airbnb: www.airbnb.com.au/c/aford34?s=8 Get $10 off GoPro accessories with the code “PsychoTraveller” here: http://www.sandmarc.com/ (Above are affiliate codes/links which mean if you sign up/buy a product, at no extra cost to you, I make a little bit of money to help me maintain my channel and blog!)
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FULL SPEECH As an Australian nationalist, I make no apologies for being strong on jobs for Australians first, and that definitely includes apprenticeships. Labor and the coalition on the other hand have quite literally opened the floodgates to foreign workers on visa schemes that have sold out the unemployed and the under-unemployed right across this country. Labor sold out workers in this country by establishing a little-known category called the 400 visa. It was a category that had very little oversight and that gave approval to foreign workers, in as little as 24 hours, to come and take Australian jobs. Hundreds of thousands of workers were employed under the 400 visa category, costing long-term unemployed Australians and university graduates finishing their studies a chance of employment. We had the 457 visa program, where, again under Labor, the floodgates were opened to foreigners to come and take hundreds of thousands of Australian jobs. When Labor lost government in 2013, they were letting 130,000 foreign workers into Australia to take jobs like ship's engineers, ship's officers, radio journalists, magistrates, park rangers, zookeepers, and flight attendants. They are just some of the jobs Labor allowed to go to foreigners. Thankfully, the number of foreign workers on the 457 visa program dropped by 60,000 last year. One Nation was largely responsible for cuts to over 200 of those job categories, some of which I mentioned before. I also note that ACTU Secretary Sally McManus said in July this year that there are 1.4 million visa holders with working rights in Australia. That's disgusting. I have no doubt that these people are hard workers, but the point of my disgust comes down to Australians wanting a job. They have to compete with over one million overseas workers. Both Labor and the coalition have hoodwinked voters in this country. They talk tough on jobs, but they are quietly undermining the unemployed and the future youth, who will one day join the search for a job in Australia. I want to bring to the Senate's attention another real problem that both Labor and the coalition have failed to recognise. The Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations, Kelly O'Dwyer, last year admitted in a Financial Review interview that 400,000 ABNs were issued to people on visas who are not allowed to work in this country. Australians find that to be so typical of government departments—they don't talk to each other. So, on top of the 1.4 million work visas issued to foreigners, we have a further 400,000 taking jobs from Aussies under the guise of small-business ownership. I note this matter of public importance also highlights the need to protect local manufacturers and Australian grade steel. It's a bit bloody tough to protect Australian grade steel when the Greens, supported by Labor, are constantly trying to shut down mining in this country. You see, Australian-grade steel requires Australian coal, particularly the high-quality coal from my home state of Queensland, along with the high-grade iron ore from my One Nation colleague's home state of Western Australia. When I stayed in camp with 800 miners in Moranbah only a few weeks ago, I learned that the majority of Central Queensland coal mines are producing coking coal, which is one of two key ingredients for Australian-grade steel. Australian coking coal is mixed with Western Australian iron ore to form the best steel in the world. That's why we're exporting these two commodities to countries like China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. They want their bridges and buildings to stand the test of time. But, if the Greens and Labor team up again at the next election with their mutual preference deals, we'll be thrust back to building straw-and-mud homes. The key to using Australian-grade steel and protecting local manufacturers is to stop demonising coal and other mining throughout this country. As for Senator Cameron's approach to my policy on getting apprenticeships in this country, I've done more for the youth of this nation in apprenticeship schemes than Labor have ever done. If it means that rural and regional areas get the chance for their youth to get into apprenticeship schemes then so be it.
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What does a Fifo camp dining hall look like? And what are some common traps? You are about to find out. Join Experienced Fifo worker Jason as he walks you through a Fifo camp dining hall and discusses a common trap for people in the FIFO industry. Subscribe to my channel for weekly videos on FIFO: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO-8XHWSZ-_Qwsewa7LW5EQ?sub_confirmation=1 Fit4FIFO is about life in the fly-in fly-out for mining industry professionals in Australia. Brought to you by the experienced Australian FIFO worker Jason Drynan. Connect with Fit4FIFO now: http://instagram.com/fit4fifoaustralia http://facebook.com/fit4fifoaustralia
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The case against building Australia’s largest coal mine has focused on the threats of runaway climate change and ruin of the Great Barrier Reef. But finances may yet prove the key. Leading economists and City analysts are baffled by plans from India’s Adani Group to build the A$16.5bn Carmichael mine and Abbot Point port expansion – just as coal prices have collapsed. If the Carmichael project fails to convince investors, it could jeopardise plans for at least eight other mega mines in the coal-rich Galilee basin. The Queensland government has been an enthusiastic supporter of mining the Galilee basin: it has poured A$2bn of public money into funding the expansion of the port, according to the Australia Institute. http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/may/14/the-financial-case-against-australias-largest-coal-mine http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Australia Queensland Moranbah Peak Downs Coal Mine 1 of 8. Give my Channel a view to see my other videos
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Mt Moss Mine is the largest magnetite deposit on Australia's east coast. The mine is situated in the old Ewan mining field, 110km west of Townsville in North Queensland, which saw pioneer Australians explore and mine rich copper and tin in the area from 1890 until the 1930's. Since 1958, various international mining companies including BHP and MIM have explored the area for copper, lead, zinc and tin mineralisation. In 2005 Curtain Bros bought from Jervois Mining NL (a small, publically listed exploration company) mining lease ML10171 and set up a subsidiary company called Mt Moss Mining. From acquisition, Curtain Bros commenced the construction of site workshop facilities, offices, laboratory, camp and accommodation facilities as well as 50 km of roads to a standard suitable to haul large tonnages of iron ore product. During the construction phase, over 30,000 meters of combined percussion chip and diamond core drilling was completed to delineate a magnetite iron ore resource in excess of 20Mt. The potential for significant additional resources containing copper and zinc credits is very high. Mining commenced from the Willett's Knob, stage 1 pit in 2007. A stage 2 pit cutback commenced in November 2007 and was completed in early December 2008 to a depth of approximately 70 meters. Mount Moss Mining is processing stockpiled magnetite ore through two separate benification circuits to produce two saleable product streams. The mine employs over 75 personnel working across all mining areas including mobile and fixed plant operators, and mechanical and electrical trades, geology, mines engineering, metallurgy, administration, catering and housekeeping.
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Rob Porter from the Mackay airport is looking forward to the development of the Galilee Basin, including Adani's Carmichael.
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Gladstone LNG, GLNG is an LNG Project in Queensland, Australia. JobContax are recruiting for a number of Construction and Engineering roles on the project. All roles come with relocation packages and 457 Visas for non Australian residents. For full details visit http://www.jobcontax.com/jobs-australia/
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Video press release for Auckland Airport using some existing animated graphics and vision. Interview lighting/cameraman and edit by Murray Job. Auckland International Airport Limited (Auckland Airport) today announced it has agreed to purchase from Westpac Bank a 24.55% stake in North Queensland Airports (NQA), the operator of Cairns and Mackay airports in Queensland, Australia for A$132.8m (approximately NZ $166m). Auckland Airports chairman, Tony Frankham, said, This is a significant milestone for Auckland Airport and for our strategy to grow beyond our core business in Auckland. This proposed acquisition opens up exciting new opportunities to strengthen and grow air services connections with Cairns as a stepping stone between New Zealand and the high-growth tourism markets of Asia, and enables us to leverage our world class expertise in the large scale movement of people and goods to grow shareholder value. Cairns Airport is Australias seventh busiest airport, with approximately 3.7 million passengers in the year to 30 June 2009 (compared with Auckland Airports 13.0 million passengers in the same period). It is the closest international airport to Asia on Australias eastern seaboard and is the gateway to Tropical North Queensland, an internationally renowned tourism region boasting two World Heritage listed attractions; the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics Rainforests. Mackay Airport is an important regional domestic airport with nearly 1 million passengers in the year to 30 June 2009. The airport is the main airport servicing the Bowen Basin, an important region for natural resources, which contains one of the largest deposits of coal in the world. Mackay Airport also benefits from its close proximity to the Whitsunday resort islands. Auckland Airports chief executive, Simon Moutter, said, Since indicating in March 2009 that we would pursue opportunistic but carefully selected step-outs, weve looked at a range of opportunities to drive synergies and volume for our core business at Auckland. We also recognise that our most important value driver is growth in international passenger volumes. We believe that Asian tourism markets offer the greatest opportunity for volume growth and that one of the keys to growing Asian traffic is improved air services connections. Driving more travel demand out of Asia will be crucial to the future growth of both Auckland Airport and the New Zealand tourism sector. New Zealand has underperformed against Australia in gaining a share of Asian tourism, so we have decided to take a position in the Australian market in an effort to get better connected and lift our market share. While our primary focus remains direct Asian connections with Auckland, an important stepping-stone is to strengthen connections with other strategically located airports.
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Dawson Mine 2016 Dawson Mine is a coking coal mine situated near the town of Moura in Central Queensland, Australia. Overburden is removed using 3 draglines, 2 P&H 4100 Electric Shovels, 4 O&K RH340 Excavators and 2 Hitachi Ex5500 Excavators. Coal is mined using O&K RH120 and Hitachi Ex2500 excavators. Trucks are Cat 797B and Komatsu 830e. Music for this video is from Beatsuite.com
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Vicky Validakis takes another look at the news that has had the mining industry talking over the past week. Stories covered include: • Contractor dies at CSG work site in Queensland http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/contractor-dies-at-csg-work-site-in-queensland • Contract worker found dead in donga http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/contract-worker-found-dead-in-donga • Mine workers sacked for 100 litre ice bucket challenge http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/mine-workers-sacked-for-100-litre-ice-bucket-chall
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In December 2013, Rio Tinto commemorated 50 years of operations and 500 million tonnes of bauxite shipped at its Weipa mine in Australia.
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15/10/14 The coal boom is over – that's the verdict of businesses in the mining town of Moranbah in northern Queensland.
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06/10/2017 Townsville will secure 1,200 jobs and Rockhampton 1,00 jobs from the Adani Carmichael coal mine project.
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13/03/2019 $23.4b in public funding will go into construction in Queensland over the next five years.
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Roles Electrician Commercial Electricians Electrician Fitter Mechanics Industrial Electricians Job Qualification, Requirements, Skills Trade certificate in Electricity field Air conditioning license QLD Electrical Licence Construction Induction Card EWP - Yellow Card 2 Plus Years of Construction/Commercial Experience Current OHS white card Current Drivers Licence C Class Job responsibilities repair & maintenance (fault finding), commercial renovations, new construction, additions and upgrades to existing areas and general compliance - Emergency Light Testing, Test & Tag and RCD testing and auditing. Upgrading of existing switchboards and electrical systems Switchboard assembly and manufacturing; Control panel assembly and wiring Ability to read schematic drawings Testing of emergency lighting systems Thermal Imaging Elevated Work Platform Working at Heights Monitored Emergency Lighting Systems. Knowledge of ATS and/or ACB equipment Detailed knowledge of appropriate Australian Standards, Mines Department regulations and Hazardous Area Standards Service and repair of submersible pumps Working with electric submersible pumps and water treatment equipment exp essential Performing point to point wiring. Assist with the installation of power and lighting circuits Installation of power points and light fittings Installing the wiring and harnesses within the control panel and running the wiring and cable terminations. Wire and label electrical sub panels and enclosures. Mount and interconnect components to equipment. Final test check, fault finding and troubleshooting. Building of switchboards and bus bar fabrications Sound skills in Fault Finding and Preventative Maintenance Inspection Experience. RCD Testing experience. Must be knowledgeable in AS 3000 Wiring Rules. Switchboard and Control wiring experience Electrical fit out on a new underpass at Brisbane Airport Installing/running new cable tray Installing new tunnel lighting and LED HV cable installation/termination Salary levels Full time Hourly rate $30-55 per hour Auto Electrician Job Market in Australia Roles Auto Electrician Job Qualification, Requirements, Skills Trade certificate in Electricity field Air conditioning license QLD Electrical Licence LVR/CPR – In date Construction Induction Card EWP - Yellow Card 2 Plus Years of Construction/Commercial Experience Current OHS white card Current Drivers Licence C Class Job responsibilities Strong experience with heavy earth moving machinery and equipment LV 240V electrical experience highly desired High risk licences desired - LF, WP, etc Repairs and maintenance on CAT heavy moving machinery and equipment Using CAT systems for diagnostic purposes (SIS, ET, VIMS, MIC's) Equipment assembly, electrical installations and repairs Understanding and implementing engineering solutions Caterpillar experience in earthmoving and mining equipment. Experience in Caterpillar diagnostic system (SIS, ET, VIMS ,MIC’s) Fitting of lights, radios, dual battery systems & inverters, safety equipment’s along with a variety of electrical modifications. Fitting and wiring of general automotive accessories such as trays, canopies, service bodies, bull bars etc; Must have good trouble shooting skills. Able to work unsupervised. Ability to work in a fast-moving production environment. Experience working with heavy vehicles or buses. Diagnosing and fault finding electrical system componentry problems on buses, and other machinery and equipment and taking corrective action. MR Licence - desired not essential My Youtube Channels Technical Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoSpmr2KNOxjwE_B9ynUmig Food Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDh21_h_xt6vR7-QY9XLfmA Lifestyle Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNvBdMr9njAGdRGyvsP1Mug My Wife's Channel Priyanka's Kitchen - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC45f2CvF_MMMKcwFhtvycnw Priya's Lovely Kitchen - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_MyTZkhIrjKdG32JTifZEw Websites http://www.softpost.org/ http://selenium-interview-questions.blogspot.com.au/ Connect with me Email - [email protected] Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/paulywaty Twitter - https://twitter.com/reply2sagar This video is targeted towards hindi speaking people.
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In the lead up to the Queensland state election, here are some of the reasons that the Adani Carmichael Coal Mine matters, and why we need to stop it. Some quick facts about the Adani mega coal mine: - Support by both QLD Labour and the LNP - Estimated to release minimum of 4.7 BILLION TONNES of carbon dioxide (more than 1.3 times Australia's current annual pollution levels from all sources) once built - Granted free, unlimited water license for 60 years - Offered $1 BLLION in public money - Offered $300 million 'royalties holiday' - Given $30 million from Townsville & Gladstone councils for airport construction - 17 major banks worldlwide have refused funding - Coal from this mine will get the world one-third of the way towards 2 degrees of global warming - Grossly exaggerated job numbers (admitted in court to be only 1464 total) - Network of trusts & subsidiaries in the Cayman Islands tax haven - Corrupt company with a dangerous record of environmental protection breaches, destruction & human rights abuses - Putting 69,000 reef tourism jobs at risk - Putting human health, lives & futures at risk Environmentally disastrous. Economically irresponsible. The effects will be irreversible. We must stop Adani
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QantasLink ran a Safety Week competition challenging the regional airports to make a video promoting safety. It had to be engaging, compelling and creative and make it clear how to be safe in an airport environment. Moranbah (regional airport in central Queensland) did a ripper job and won the comp.
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Even to the most seasoned travellers, the world of air traffic control remains a mystery. In this episode of our Day in the Life series we take a look at three different roles in Air Traffic Control which is looked after by Air Services Australia. Learn more about the people that work behind the scenes at Brisbane Airport: https://bne.com.au/blog/tag/people?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=bne_blog
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The Mackay region's expanding employment, investment and development opportunities, buoyant economy and lifestyle attributes are just some of the many positive aspects that encourage people to live, work and play in the Mackay region. Post your job vacancies here: http://www.mackayregionjoblink.com.au/
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Brisbane Marketing's Investment Attraction division interviews Leo Kalogou, General Manager Mining, about why Komatsu has chosen to invest $55 million (AUD) in a new facility in Brisbane. TRANSCRIPT Komatsu Australia are a distributor for Komatsu Global Network. We distribute construction utility and mining equipment throughout Australia and have recently opened this new facility at here at Wacol in Brisbane. We distribute for mining down to construction utility equipment and the mining equipment we distribute as big as 400 tonne class mining trucks and we also distribute smaller utility equipment down to three tonne excavators. This Brisbane office is the national office for our mining divisions, and the reason why we have situated in Brisbane is because most of the major mining houses are based in Brisbane, so it makes sense for us geographically to be also based here close to our customers. As we have seen there has been infrastructure growth within Queensland and with the mining boom it enables us to service that boom and infrastructure boom with a lot of construction equipment as well. We have a full laboratory here, it's an oil test laboratory for our customers. So customers will send samples from all throughout Queensland and even in New South Wales to this Brisbane facility where we have a science lab that tests those oil samples that tells them how their machines are operating, whether they're using their machines correctly and whether components need to be changed out on those machines. The facility also has a remanufacturing centre here and it is one of the first remanufacturing centres that Komatsu have started for electric motors. It's a very specialised field and we're enabled to do that because of the labour we can pool from the Brisbane trades because Brisbane is an attractive place to live and a lot of young apprentices like to start their time here in Brisbane. The cost of living is a lot lower than Perth and Sydney and a lot of people are still moving to the Sunshine State and Brisbane being the capital is the most attractive place to work. Our access to apprentices is also beneficial because we work with Queensland TAFE. We have recently put on 100 apprentices across the country and majority of those apprentices are coming to Brisbane. Some of our customers are in very remote locations in central Queensland or northern Queensland and access to airport quickly is really a benefit for us. So this facility and the Brisbane arterial roads that we use to get to the airport is a great benefit to us. Brisbane is also melting pot for culture and we are seeing that really embraced with the festivals we have here in September, which is the summer festivals of Brisbane. You see that cultural diversity within the city. I think that attracts a lot of people. The demand for people in the mining and construction sector is very high and the ability to attract them to a nice city is a huge benefit to our business.
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http://lightningridgecollection.com/ Listen in as John discusses the history and future of the Lightning Ridge Black Opal with Bob Barrett and Al Hobden.
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http://www.westjobs.com.au Western Australian Jobs - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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http://westjobs.com.au/jobseeker/legal-jobs-in-perth-wa.html Western Australia Mining Jobs - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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Making news this week: iron ore production in the Pilbara is up, with exports increasing 30% in January when compared to the same time last year. Elsewhere the Australian Taxation Office is considering a plan that will see companies with a turnover of more than 100 million per year allowed to do their own tax auditing. Finally, the incoming Queensland Labor Government has caused some confusion over their approach to 100% FIFO policies. For more information on the lead stories this week check the links below: • Port Hedland iron ore exports up 30% http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/port-hedland-iron-ore-exports-up-30 • Big companies entrusted with own tax auditing http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/big-companies-entrusted-with-own-tax-auditing • Confusion rises over QLD Labor FIFO policy http://www.miningaustralia.com.au/news/confusion-rises-over-qld-labor-fifo-policy
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August 2018 - New Century Resources Limited (ASX:NCZ) Managing Director Patrick Walta introduces the Australian base metal development company, restarting Queensland’s Century mine operations with the aim of becoming one of the world’s top 10 zinc producers. Mr Walta discusses how the Company is upgrading the mine’s existing world-class infrastructure including a large scale multi train flotation plant, 700-person camp, private airport, mining fleet, grid power connection, 304km slurry pipeline and port to bring the mine into production. New Century Resources will focus on the existing ore reserves and produce zinc in the lowest cost quartile globally. Substantial mineral resources in the mine provide a significant opportunity for mine life extension and metal production increases from the scheduled operations. To learn more please visit: http://www.newcenturyresources.com/ Stay connected: ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/NCZResources ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newcenturyresources/ ● LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/newcenturyresources/ ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nczresources/
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Senator Larissa Waters tells SKY Lunch Time Agenda show that children should never be held in detention, that income managing welfare recipients is disempowering, that we should fix the mining tax, and that mega coal mines for broke foreign companies are a travesty for the climate and the Reef.
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Find the latest job opportunity in Queensland, Australia and click at: http://track.o7go.com/?aff_id=312910&offer_id=25744
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The K-Tec 1233 scraper and K-Tec 2822 Flex Land Leveler perform as a rugged, efficient duo in this Chinchilla, Queensland, Australia dam widening & water channeling project. The K-Tec 1233 has a heaped capacity of 33 cubic yards. The scraper performed the large bulk earthmoving tasks on the project. This multipurpose scraper is a powerful worker in any soil condition with unmatched fuel efficiency and an amazing loading speed. The 2822 Flex Leveler excelled at the high speed precision finish grading on this project. The 2822 Flex leveler enables the folding back of the hitchpole and lowering the transport wheels for legal road width to transport the leveler between jobsites without the need of a trailer. Serrated cutting edge blades are used on both the scraper and land leveler units to break up the hard soil. Both pieces of equipment were necessary to complete the job in a cost effective and timely manner. For more information, please visit http://www.ktec.com
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Welcome to Brisbane. Brisbane Australia's new world city. Home to over 2 million people. AU$114 billion economy. Alfonso Vega De Seoene Palleres, Communication & Institutional Relations, Abengoa Solar - "Brisbane is going through a very strong economic growth, there is a lot happening in the region from new infrastructure projects in the transportation sector to mining and oil and gas companies establishing and growing their presence locally." A global resource hub. Home to over 170 mining companies. AU$25 billion resources sector. Leo Kalogou, General Manager - Mining, Komatsu - "The reason why we have situated in Brisbane is because most of the major mining houses are based in Brisbane" AU$217 billion economy by 2031. 343,000 new jobs by 2021. AU$142 billion QLD resources infrastructure program. Fiona Nicholls, Vice President External Relations, Rio Tinto Energy - "Brisbane and Queensland are really important for Rio Tinto. We have about 8000 people based in Queensland." Fourth most sought after location for hotel investment globally (Jones Lang Lasalle). Average hotel occupancy 80%. Strong growth in hotel income returns. Globally acclaimed conventions facilities. The closest major Australian city to Asia. Award winning airport. Australia TradeCoast - one of Australia's largest industrial precincts. David Foote, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Country Choice - "We've grown today to where we have more than 1000 people. We're about $100 million in annual sales to over 20 countries, which makes the Port of Brisbane and the Brisbane Airport fairly critical in our export success." Enabling innovation. World's first city innovation scorecard. Second city to appoint a Chief Digital Officer. 300 world-class education institutions. 80,000 international student enrolments a year. Andrew Jesset, Chief Executive Officer, Mineware - "It also has some great universities that provide some fantastic people that can work for a mining technology company such as ours." Long standing relationship with Asia. Culturally diverse and inclusive. A dynamic outdoor lifestyle. World-class events and attractions. Victoria Somlyay, Vice President External Affairs, Metallurgical Coal - BHP Billiton "We really value lifestyle as much as we do the business opportunities and things that have brought people to this city." LIVE WORK STUDY MEET INVEST Brisbane Australia's new world city. Host of the 2014 G20 Summit. Mauro Neves De Moraes, Global Director Coal, Vale "Brisbane still has lots of growth years and whoever is here will benefit from that."
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http://www.reefari.com Whitsunday helicopters is based out of Mackay, Queensland and services the local region and vessels at anchor for the ports of Mackay and Haypoint. Steve and Nean run Whitsunday helicopters and will look after you. The shipping has been quiet lately due to the wet weather and the effects on the mines, but starting to pick up again. A bit more about Whitsunday Helicopters Whitsunday Helicopters is locally owned and operated based in Mackay, servicing Central Queensland. Starting operations since 1993 we have built our reputation to become Mackay's local helicopter service specialists for all types of helicopter work. Our hangar is located in the old Mackay airport, yet we provide our services to a large area of Central Queensland and further afield when required by our clients. We provide a high quality, professional and safe helicopter service at affordable rates. Safety is our highest priority and we operate aircraft that are regularly serviced by experienced engineers. We employ only highly skilled pilots who possess the hours and experience that is required to perform the specialised work that we conduct on a daily basis. Aircraft and helicopters available for charter AS350 Squirrel Bell 206 Jetranger Robinson R44 Work and specialist Service available, including Marine & Shipping Work Lifting, slinging and long-lining Powerline construction, stringing and inspection Corporate and private charter Geo and general survey Film and photography Incendiary work and fire spotting Feral animal control Mining support For all fishing and charter work contact Reefari at http://www.reefari.com/charters/charterrates.html
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This video gives you great insight into a trip from the city of Brisbane, through Gatton and Toowoomba nestling at the top of the Great dividing range then through to a cattle farming area west of Toowoomba. (This is Queensland, Australia.) You will see first hand the community spirit of the local farmers, the comraderie, fun and above all the relaxed atmosphere with no instances of farm invasions ever being recorded in Australian history. The video speaks for itself and was taken on the weekend of 21-22 July 2018. Enjoy and welcome to the amazing Australian experience!
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One small mining community in Central Queensland is fighting to see their share of investment and support from the town's booming coal industry. Owners of a proposed coal mine in Moranbah want a 100 per cent fly in fly out workforce, but locals fear it will mean the community will be left behind.
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Plumbing and Gas Australia, provides excellent plumbing services to a wide range of clients and customers. It covers plumbing services in commercial and residential areas, also maintains new developments in the field of civil, mining, gas networks and Plumbing services. We commit ourselves to meet customer and client's expectation and ensure services which exceed their expectation. For more details kindly visit http://www.plumbingandgasaustralia.com.au/
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Highlights of the K-Tec 1243 ADT scraper working on a highway by-pass project in Queensland, Australia. The Volvo A45G was superior in fuel efficiency with the average fuel consumption of 32 L/h over nine working hours. Visit http://ktec.com for more information
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Headlines ---------------- - NAB to slash 6000 jobs despite bumper $6.6bn profit - Rinehart freezes $570m in dividends in trust fight - Telstra CEO Andrew Penn warns of challenging years due to NBN and TPG - Bank of England raises interest rates for first time in a decade - Queensland Business Monthly: Commonwealth Games a gold winner for the Gold Coast - Queensland Election 2017: 'Put Labor last' sparks ALP fears over marginal electorates - Call for a living wage is not a radical proposal: it's a basic entitlement - Credit card details, salary information published by government contractor - Black Friday 2017 sales in Australia: Will Amazon open in time? - Adani: Chinese state-owned company could help bankroll Carmichael coal mine - Concerns new credit reporting scheme will penalise people struggling with debt - Kerry Stokes: Media mergers on hold after CBS raid on Ten - New deal sought on SA bank tax bill - Singapore Airlines' new A380 first class suites - Trump expected to name Jay Powell to replace Janet Yellen as Fed chief - Customer-owned banking association, BoQ seek delay of BEAR regime for banking executive pay and accountability ... - Young Liberals say 'nothing wrong' with cutting workers' rights - Fairfax wins strong support for Domain spin-off - Trade surplus doubles to $1.7b while building approvals bounce back in September - Finnair is weighing passengers before flights at Helsinki airport
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(ABC News, 21 Dec 2018) Hundreds of workers have been left jobless after the collapse of two Melbourne-based companies, Redstar Transport and Fastline Logistics. The Transport Workers' Union is calling on the Federal Government to fast-track workers' entitlements for Christmas. TWU National Secretary Michael Kaine says companies like Aldi are squeezing supply chains immensely that smaller companies are running on thinner margins. Toll and Linfox have offered to take on some Redstar drivers.
Views: 341 TWU Australia