Analysis undertaken by Regional Development Australia has shown that the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme has provided significant benefits to local exporters.
TCCI CEO Michael Bailey provides an update on the electricity market in Tasmania, with a price decrease expected if the Australian Energy Regulator accepts TasNetworks’ five year plan proposal.
St.LukesHealth has taken out the prestigious 2017 Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Award for Private Health Insurer of the Year.
It’s the second year in a row that the Launceston-based not-for-profit organisation has won the award.
Tasmanian business leaders have welcomed the return of Will Hodgman’s majority Liberal Government with a mandate to continue revitalising the state’s economy.
The March 3 poll was a clear victory for the Liberal Party, after it gained more than 50 per cent of the primary vote.
TCCI Work Health and Safety Specialist, Craig Hortle suggests ways businesses can review processes to ensure the health and safety of all employees.
The second term of the Hodgman Government sees Parliamentary Secretaries, Sarah Courtney and Roger Jaensch elevated to Cabinet.
Sarah Courtney takes the Primary Industries and Water portfolio, along with Racing, while Roger Jaensch is now the Minister for Human Services, Housing and Planning.
Knight Frank Hobart’s office sales and leasing specialists, Hayden Peck and Richard Steedman, give an update on the Hobart office sector, with low vacancy rates indicating strong economic confidence in Tasmania.
If you are a Tasmanian exporter you are entitled to financial assistance under the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme, writes Agility Logistics Tasmanian General Manager Brett Charlton.