Loyal customers of the Hobart Cat Café can now kick back with a glass of red, as the unique Hobart business becomes Australia’s first fully licensed cat café.
The first of its kind in Tasmania, the Hobart Cat Café has been a project of passion for animal loving business owners Adam and Sarah Honeyman.
With technological innovation at the forefront of educational advancement, Launceston independent school Scotch Oakburn College has undertaken a recent overhaul of their IT system.
Social media has become a big part of our everyday lives and therefore also a big part of our work ones too.
TCCI workplace relations expert Abbey George gives us a few handy tips to bear in mind in relation to social media and the workplace.
The world’s largest shipping line, A.P. Moller-Maersk, was hit by a cyber-attack on June 28, 2017.
Agility Logistics Tasmanian General Manager Brett Charlton reviews the local implications of this devastating cyber-attack.
Jetstar has today announced new direct flights to Adelaide will take off later this year, the only services between the two cities. Up to 55,000 people are expected to travel annually on the new Hobart to Adelaide flights, which will operate three times per week from 14 November.
A new project that aims to increase crop yields is being undertaken by the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture. The $235,000 project is being led by TIA Industry Development Manager Sue Hinton.
In this month’s Property Matters column, Matthew Page, Knight Frank Tasmania’s Director – Valuations says Tasmanian commercial property markets are now trading on returns below their long-term averages.