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Townsville labour market gasping for employment demand

Townsville Glencorp copper refinery

Townsville labour market snapshot The Townsville labour market has shown signs that a recovery in economic activity is occurring in the wake of the Townsville and North-west Queensland floods earlier this year. With 3,000 homes and businesses impacted and thousands in livestock losses across the region, the recovery and reconstruction stimulus has

Townsville floods yields employment green shoots; regional economic snapshot

Townsville floods reconstruction welcome stimulus Six months after the devastating Townsville floods, the region's peak marketing body for North Queensland, Townsville Enterprise, has provided an update to its members on the outlook of the Northern Australia regional economy. In its quarterly economic snapshot, TEL reflects on the February 2019 Townsville floods which

North Queensland property powerbroker launches stern critism of Palaszczuk government

North Queensland property identity holds no prisoners North Queensland property industry identity and outgoing North Queensland Cowboys Chairman, Lawrence Lancini has launch a bevy of criticism at the Palaszczuk Labor government over its handling of the regional Queensland economy. Consistent with the analytical assessment by this publication over the past decade, Mr

Townsville property market update September 2019

Townsville Enterprise - Townsville City North Queensland Australia

Townsville Property Market Assessment The Townsville Property Market Update for September 2019 by Herron Todd White (HTW) paints a cautiously hopeful picture of economic growth and property price activity. Townsville projects, natural disasters and population Based on the future pipeline of projects, reactionary impacts from natural disasters on positive employment from the 2019

Townsville V8 Supercars secured for another 5 years

Townsville V8 Supercars Secured Townsville V8 Supercars have been secured for the next five years at its Reid Park home after Tourism and Events Queensland inked the new deal with Supercars today. After months of negotiations, the Tourism Industry Development Minister Kate Jones announced the five-year deal has been struck between Tourism

Townsville health services development proposed as specialist hub for Northern Australia

Townsville Health Services Hub The Townsville Health Services sector could provide a significant boost to the Townsville economy, as a consortium of health service specialists seek to raise $19 million from medical specialists to build a one-stop health specialist hub at the Mater Hospital site in Pimlico. Reports in the Townsville Bulletin

Townsville Airport approved for $50M NAIF Loan

Townsville Airport

Townsville Airport investment welcomed Townsville Airport received welcome news. A $50 million loan application from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has been approved. The Minister for Northern Australia, Senator Matt Canavan announced the NAIF Boards decision to fund the airport redevelopment plans. The plans include doubling the terminal capacity, improved road

North Queensland woman battle over praise for Singapore military impact

North Queensland woman

North Queensland woman battle for regional status while property owners settle with Defence North Queensland woman, leading their respective regional councils in a political and economic battle, are ostensibly claiming the spoils from the Singapore Military Training Initiative in a desperate bid to stimulate their economies and win leadership status. North Queensland

Castle Hill lifestyle development attracts Federal funding  

Castle Hill Concept Plan development to improve the livability and tourism appeal of the City.

Castle Hill Tourist Attraction Castle Hill is Townsville’s iconic landmark. Consultants engaged by the Townsville City Council has identified the hill as an activity activation asset. If developed, it could better retain millennials and local residents seeking a fun lifestyle while attracting more tourist visitors to the floundering economy. The Townsville City

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