Shorten promises apprentices for central Qld

THE Labor party is pitching its policy on broadening TAFE and creating apprenticeships in central Queensland ahead of next month’s federal election as a way of alleviating unemployment in the region and preventing a mining skills shortage.

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Labor leader Bill Shorten said Labor would give $330 million to deliver 150,000 apprenticeship subsidies in areas with skills shortages.

Opposition leader Bill Shorten joined Capricornia Labor candidate Russell Robertson, a third generation coal miner who worked as an operator at BHP's Goonyella Riverside for 17 years, at Hastings