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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Crawford Park food van tender open

Local food vendors have an opportunity to submit a tender to provide refreshments to beachgoers at Kellys Beach from Crawford Park.

Trainees closer to employment after graduating

Twenty local trainees are a step closer to employment after they graduated from the Reclink Skilling Queenslanders for Work project.

Bundaberg Sugar aims to diversify, add jobs and value

Bundaberg Regional Council and Bundaberg Sugar have made a joint submission to the State Government seeking a structural transition package for the local sugar industry to diversify, add value and secure jobs.

Community Lifestyle Support dreams of new cafe

Community Lifestyle Support hopes to have their dream of opening a café come true to help people with disabilities and the unemployed in the Bundaberg Region.

Local schools to pilot Link and Launch program

Bundaberg Region high school graduates will have added support to transition to further education, training or work after local schools were selected to pilot the Link and Launch program.

New career pathways identified for Council trainees

CQUniversity is helping Bundaberg Regional Council find its trainees new career pathways with a Certificate III in Business Administration training partnership.

New business offers culinary delights and creates jobs

A new business that offers culinary delights and employs people with a disability is about to open in Bundaberg.

Five extra firefighters for Bundaberg

Five extra firefighters will be employed in Bundaberg by the end of this year as part of a State Government pledge to recruit 100 firefighters across Queensland.

Council leads by example on youth employment

Bundaberg Regional Council is leading by example to provide jobs and training for local young people to address high youth unemployment.

Bundaberg Region Year 12 leavers lead state in employment

Bundaberg Region Year 12 leavers have entered the workforce in greater numbers than others in Queensland but fewer have started a bachelor degree.

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