The Morrison Government is continuing to help skilled women across regional Australia get back into the workforce with a second intake of businesses in the Career Revive pilot initiative.
Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt has welcomed the two-year extension of the Cashless Debit Card trial in Hinkler.
Local manufacturers in Hinkler with shovel-ready projects to increase their productivity and grow jobs are being encouraged to apply for a Manufacturing Modernisation Fund (MMF) grant.
A mobile phone tower in Redridge North will be able to keep operating longer if the power goes out during or after natural disasters, thanks to a major new investment by the Morrison McCormack Government.
Three high school students from Hinkler are this week taking part in a virtual camp to pursue their passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Three community groups in Hinkler will benefit from a share of $2.7 million from the Morrison Government to support the work of local volunteers.
Data from the ATO shows fewer workers received the JobKeeper payment in October, compared to September, as the economy continues to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
With more consumers wanting to know where their produce comes from, a new Federal funding round is available to enhance traceability.
The Australian Government has unlocked $7.7 million in federal funding to deliver a 1.9-kilometre link between Boundary Road and Kawungan Way in Hervey Bay.
Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt has slammed the sensational backflip by the Labor member elect for Hervey Bay who now claims he does not support the Hinkler Regional Deal.
Applications are open now for scholarships of up to $5,000 for young Australians looking to upskill or retrain to secure work.
The Palaszczuk Government’s weasel words about restoring the yield at Paradise Dam are cold comfort for local growers, said Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt.
Local organisations who employ and support members of the veteran community, or veterans making a significant contribution to their workplace, are being encouraged to nominate for the 2021 Prime Minister’s Veterans’ Employment Awards.
A plan to create jobs, rebuild the economy and secure Australia’s future was unveiled in last night’s Federal Budget.
The Morrison-McCormack Government will inject $250 million into regional Australia, encouraging more Australians to travel and experience a home-grown holiday, boosting regional jobs and local economies.
Works have started on a jointly-funded $20.3 million upgrade of the Bruce Highway north of Childers, driving safety along the busy tourist and freight stretch and supporting a further 50 jobs for the region.
The Urangan Community Centre at the Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens will undergo a substantial
expansion with a focus on wellness and wellbeing thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the Federal
The Queensland State Labor Government is intentionally delaying a multi-million project at the Port of Bundaberg which would attract more investment and jobs to the region.
A group of Federal Queensland MPs have expressed their concerns about a workforce shortage in the agriculture industry which could have a devastating impact on the sector.