TCCI TradeStart Adviser, Sally Chandler warns potential exporters about trademark squatters in China.
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.
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.
It’s crucial for employees to obtain specialist advice prior to termination, writes TCCI Senior Workplace Relations Consultant Abbey George.
Tasmania’s two major political parties are taking drastically different approaches to the March 3 election as a hung parliament looms.
The need for majority government is the number one priority for the business community in the lead up to the March 3 State Election, writes Editor Tom O’Meara.
Construction has begun at the $280 million Granville Harbour wind farm.
The 112 megawatt wind farm on Tasmania’s west coast will contribute towards plans to double Tasmania’s renewable energy capacity and make it the Battery of the Nation.
Tasmanians will be able to continue to play poker machines in pubs and clubs across the state until 2043 if the Liberals are re-elected in March, with more of the revenue generated by electronic gaming machines returning to owners of pubs and clubs after 2023.