Surging tourism numbers, strong retail performance and the housing price boom has Tasmania well positioned to remain in a state of strong economic growth through 2018, according to the latest MyState Tasmanian Economic Update.
St.LukesHealth CEO Paul Lupo welcomes the Federal Government’s recent efforts to improve private health cover affordability, but believes more can be done.
TCCI Work Health and Safety Specialist Craig Hortle outlines the importance of understanding workplace health and safety responsibilities.
Business Sales Broker Dean Demeyer asks ‘is your business ready for sale at the price you expect’?
Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business Roger Jaensch informs us how the Turnbull Government’s decision to use it’s $30 billion annual defence spend to grow manufacturing in Australia points to a bright future for Tasmanian manufacturing companies.
TasRail has achieved a new benchmark, with the total number of tonnes freighted across Tasmania’s rail network exceeding three million in 2016/17.
TasRail CEO Damien White said three million tonnes of freight on rail equated to at least 140,000 less heavy vehicle movements on our roads and 55,000 less tonnes of harmful emissions into our environment.
Tasmania’s newest bank has been launched, with B&E announcing a major overhaul of its brand.
The traditional building society will become a customer owned bank, named Bank of us, from November 1.
Tasmania will have the lowest regulated power prices in the country within five years as the government flicks the switch on a new Tasmania First Policy.
New Energy Minister Guy Barnett has bitten the bullet and announced the new measure to ensure power costs for business and consumers is kept under control.