Qld jobs boom at Brisbane Airport

Thousands of jobs are up for grabs at Brisbane Airport as the tourism giant launches one of the largest recruiting campaigns ever in Queensland. About 2,000 positions are offered at the transportation hub, ranging from aircraft engineers to bus drivers and landscape gardeners, as the travel industry struggles to keep up with the frenetic demand … Read more

Qld job boom at Brisbane Airport

Thousands of jobs are up for grabs at Brisbane Airport as the tourism giant launches one of the largest recruiting campaigns ever in Queensland. About 2,000 positions are offered at the transportation hub, ranging from aircraft engineers to bus drivers and landscape gardeners, as the travel industry struggles to keep up with the frenetic demand … Read more

The Scott Morrison apocalypse is near

The road of Pentecostal psychopathy, which former Prime Minister Scott Morrison refuses to fade into obscurity, continues, writes Dr. Binoy Kampmark. THE GHOSTS OF DEFEATED Prime Ministers are rarely beautiful. In some cases, they are bloody hideous places, where ruins pile up and dust piles up in misery. Such figures, as former Australian Prime Minister … Read more

Peter Dutton – the boy who ‘boats!’ called out

With reports of two attempted raids on asylum seekers’ boats and the return of the Nadeslingam family to Biloela, Liberal leader Peter Dutton is warning of a ‘impending disaster’ of boat arrivals. It is reasonable to assume that some smugglers will try to test the determination of the new government. But will this turn into … Read more

Little more than unsponsored work permits

Current high application approval rate for offshore VET students from Nepal could increase more risk for colleges focusing on selling “work visas” rather than education, writes dr. Abul Rizvi. MOST AUSTRALIANS would be surprised that Nepal has been the main source of foreign students in Australia for the past two months, overtaking both China and … Read more

Australian Border Force completes first successful boat return under Albanian government

The Australian Border Force has completed the boat’s first successful return under the new Albanian government. Acting Prime Minister Richard Marles has confirmed that the Australian Border Force has completed the boat’s first successful return under the new Albanian government. There were reportedly about 15 people on board the ship that was stopped by Australian … Read more