A new $20 million transport hub for Toll Group has been approved by Launceston City Council. Despite objections from numerous nearby residents, the council gave permission for the transport business to expand its operation on the Dowling St site which is zoned light industrial and has existing use rights.
If by 2022 our energy supply is 100% renewable, it would be an outcome we could be very proud of as a state, writes Tasmanian Shadow Treasurer, Scott Bacon.
A draft Sustainable Industry Growth Plan for Tasmanian salmon has been revealed as the State Government attempts to navigate unchartered waters of negativity for the industry.
From Australia’s oldest farming enterprise to families that started now-thriving Tasmanian towns, the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is shining a spotlight on historical achievements for the inaugural awards, to celebrate the men and women who shaped our state.
Robbie Yeoland, Knight Frank Department Manager for the Residential Property Management team, gives a synopsis of the residential rental market in Tasmania.
A new cider created using old-world crafting techniques has been launched by a leading Tasmanian producer, with employment in the Huon Valley set to benefit as a result.
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