The Sustainability Learning Centre at Mt Nelson has officially become Tasmania’s first 6 Green Star commercial building.
Finalists from across the State gathered at Parliament House in Hobart last month to celebrate the outstanding achievements of women working to shape the future of Tasmania’s mining and resources.
Tasplan Super has officially opened a new Hobart head office to cater for an expanded operation as the state’s biggest business by balance sheet.
The challenge and impact of intergenerational unemployment is one not lost on the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The ramifications are felt socially and economically and its hard not to be touched by the personal stories of disadvantage we hear regularly.
When you are an island at the bottom of the world you have to do things differently – innovatively – to find a place on the world stage. That is why Tasmanians have always been innovative because, as island folk, we’ve always had to find solutions and depend on our own ingenuity.
Mondelēz International Area Vice President Amanda Banfield has unveiled a $4 million investment in new equipment at Cadbury’s Claremont site, and launched Cadbury Dairy Milk’s latest marketing campaign ‘Proudly made in Tasmania’.
Hydro Tasmania has once again been recognised as Tasmania’s leader in employee volunteering programs.
Labor Leader Rebecca White responded to this year’s State Budget by handing down an Economic Direction Statement. We know that with the next election potentially just around the corner, Tasmanians want to know what a Labor Government would do and how we would fund it.