A new $20 million transport hub for Toll Group has been approved by Launceston City Council. Despite objections from numerous nearby residents, the council gave permission for the transport business to expand its operation on the Dowling St site which is zoned light industrial and has existing use rights.
A new cider created using old-world crafting techniques has been launched by a leading Tasmanian producer, with employment in the Huon Valley set to benefit as a result.
Tasmanian Leaders is a respected not-for-profit organisation that identifies and develops leaders who are committed to influencing a successful future for Tasmania.
Tasmania has hit plenty of hurdles since it became a state of Australia in 1901 but I firmly believe our energy system will take our economy and population to levels unthinkable only a few years ago.
A hospitality training program jointly developed by Workskills and TasTAFE has resulted in strong employment outcomes for participants.
An innovative new autonomous underwater vehicle capable of diving up to 5,000 metres has been launched to assist with Antarctic research missions. The $5 million AUV was unveiled at the University of Tasmania’s Australian Maritime College last month.
Agility Logistics Tasmanian General Manager Brett Charlton takes a look at the future of Tasmanian shipping in a market with unprecedented business competition.
Everyone involved in Tasmanian business is aware that in many industry sectors there’s a critical shortage of skilled professional staff. Just ask anyone in the hospitality industry whether they have enough chefs.