Party time at the poll

The major policies have been revealed and record spending has been promised in key areas, as the state’s two major parties vie to win majority government on March 3.

Tasmanians head to the polls with billions of dollars in promises to sift through as they chose who will govern the state for the next four years.

Satisfaction high with St.LukesHealth

Pitted against some of the nation’s largest health insurers, Launceston based not-for-profit organisation St.LukesHealth has for the second year running, taken out the prestigious 2017 Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Award for Private Health Insurer of the Year last night in Melbourne.

Getting a grip on design

A new handlebar design that helps cyclists achieve a more aerodynamic position could be the key to Tasmanian Institute of Sport athletes improving their performance on the track.

Vote 1 majority government

The upcoming state election is one of the most important ever, and Tasmania’s industry and business sectors want a majority government at the end of it, says TCCI CEO Michael Bailey.