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Australia Cuts Steel on its First Hunter-class Frigate – Naval News

Australia Cuts Steel on its First Hunter-class Frigate – Naval News

Australia Department of Defence press release Today, the Albanese Government has taken another significant step in delivering Navy’s enhanced lethality surface combatant fleet with construction commencing on the first Hunter Class Frigate.   This major milestone was marked by the Deputy Prime Minister and the Premier of South Australia cutting the first piece of steel to...

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News Corp, Nine bosses admit Meta’s exit from media deals will cost jobs

News Corp, Nine bosses admit Meta’s exit from media deals will cost jobs

Top executives from Nine Entertainment and News Corp Australia, appearing before a parliamentary committee, have admitted that the looming expiry of lucrative licensing deals with Meta would lead to job cuts across the media sector. The bosses of Australia’s three largest media companies — Nine, News Corp and Seven West Media — made up the...

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Exposure, Stan review: powerful arthouse TV | ScreenHub Australia – Film & Television Jobs, News, Reviews & Screen Industry Data

Exposure, Stan review: powerful arthouse TV | ScreenHub Australia – Film & Television Jobs, News, Reviews & Screen Industry Data

Content warning: This review discusses suicide, substance abuse and sexual assault. I found the new Stan Original miniseries Exposure incredibly powerful, and also very hard to watch. It took me a long time to press play, and I was glad each of its six episodes is less than 30 minutes, because the atmosphere creator/writer Lucy...

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This iron ore mine paid no royalties for five years. Now it’s closing down

This iron ore mine paid no royalties for five years. Now it’s closing down

In short: ASX-listed Mineral Resources has announced its Yilgarn iron ore operations will close by the end of the year. The decision will affect about 1,000 direct employees, who will be redeployed, and an unknown number of contractors and suppliers. What’s next? Community leaders say it will have a big impact on Esperance Port where...

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Applications open to be part of the Grand Slam action at Australian Open 2025

Applications open to be part of the Grand Slam action at Australian Open 2025

Applications to become part of the AO Team for Australian Open 2025 are now open. It takes a workforce of thousands to successfully deliver the Australian Open, affectionately known as the Happy Slam, and job opportunities range from retail to court services, ballkid operations, official drivers, player services, scoring operations and many more. “The AO...

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Tasmania entices tourists with ‘odd jobs’ offer

Tasmania entices tourists with ‘odd jobs’ offer

Tasmania has launched a tongue-in-cheek “odd jobs” initiative to boost tourism during its winter months. The Australian island state is offering people the opportunity to swap the “daily grind” of their job for an unusual temporary role during the off-season. Paranormal investigator, wombat walker and stargazer are among the 10 jobs being advertised. While the...

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The highest paying jobs that don’t require a degree

The highest paying jobs that don’t require a degree

Behind the eye-watering salaries of surgeons, judges and engineers, are years of university education and sky-high HECS debts. But for people looking to secure a six-figure salary without the enormous student debt, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) tax data has revealed the most lucrative professions that do not require a degree. Jobs in aviation and...

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Fears major book retailer on brink of collapse

Fears major book retailer on brink of collapse

Australian online bookseller Booktopia has ceased trading on the stock market, with the future of the popular retailer uncertain. On Monday the company notified the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) that it would be suspending its stock from quotation “immediately …. pending the release of an announcement”. It said the announcement was regarding further outcomes from...

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Australian online seller Booktopia enters share trading halt a fortnight after major job cuts

Australian online seller Booktopia enters share trading halt a fortnight after major job cuts

Australia’s largest online bookseller has entered into a voluntary share trading suspension, just two weeks after axing 50 jobs and losing its chief executive. Booktopia Group Ltd notified the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on Monday, saying its securities would be suspended from quotation immediately pending an announcement on “further outcomes” from a strategic review, “including...

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Tasmania Tourism recruiting ‘wombat walkers’ and ‘oyster organisers’

Tasmania Tourism recruiting ‘wombat walkers’ and ‘oyster organisers’

Tasmania Tourism has made a call to Australians with a unique proposition to fill a quirky list of “odd jobs” – and they’ll even pay for you to get there. The hiring blitz is part of a campaign to entice winter visitors, with vacancies open for jobs, including a “wombat walker, oyster organiser, and paranormal...

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Why Tasmania wants you to use your annual leave to walk wombats

Why Tasmania wants you to use your annual leave to walk wombats

Australian’s are being encouraged to apply for “odd jobs” in Tasmania this winter, with wombat walker, oyster organiser, paranormal investigator and wine whisperer just some of the jobs on offer. The Tasmanian state government has sent out the call for “mainlanders” to consider applying for winter jobs on the Apple Isle to help combat work...