Anyone who has been following the proposed redevelopment of Launceston’s iconic eyesore, the derelict CH Smith building, will have had a stark reminder of why planning reform in Tasmania must be completed, and completed quickly.
Millennials are set to reshape the way Tasmanian small-to-medium sized enterprises operate.
By Matthew Wright The 2015/16 financial year proved to be another strong year for the retail sector in Tasmania. Since mid 2013, retail turnover has shown consistent levels of growth.
By Chris Williams It has long been established that, along with diet, physical activity is a vital ingredient in maintaining a healthy body.
Hobart business owner Lucy Given has been named as the first ever Retailer of the Year winner in the Gift and Life Instyle Awards (GALA) and will go on to represent Australia in Chicago at the IHA Global Innovation Awards this March.
Enrolments are now open for the University of Tasmania’s new Associate Degrees program, set to offer an affordable and applied approach to higher education in Tasmania.
The raw side of Tasmania’s demographics hit hard today when it was revealed Tasmanians are the poorest, oldest and least educated in the nation. The average household income in Tasmania is $43,600, or 32 per cent below the national average of $135,300.
By Tom O’Meara The revitalisation of Launceston will receive another significant boost, with a $20 million transformation planned for the CH Smith site.