Chamber music festival to play on

The Tasmanian Government has today announced $100,000 in funding over the next three years for the Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival,¬†showing their commitment to the sustainable growth of the state’s tourism industry across every region.

E-health revolution

Electronic records can provide a unified history of a patients health experiences, increasing the capacity for decisions to be in made with full consideration of past and current health care, writes St.LukesHealth CEO Paul Lupo.

Powerhouse of the nation

While already established as the nation’s number one renewable state, a range of exciting initiatives will unlock Tasmania’s potential in renewable energy, writes Minister for Energy Guy Barnett.

Wanted: A voice for Braddon

Small to medium-size businesses are critical to the economic health of the North-West Coast, and the Braddon by-election needs to deliver a voice for the sector in the region, writes TCCI Chief Executive Michael Bailey.