In stark contrast to last year’s costly energy crisis, Tasmania was in an excellent position to manage energy requirements into the future, Energy Minister Matthew Groom told the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia.
The Sustainability Learning Centre at Mt Nelson has officially become Tasmania’s first 6 Green Star commercial building.
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St.LukesHealth Chairman, Mr Chris Dockray has announced Mr Paul Lupo will replace Mr Chris Williams as Chief Executive Officer after an exhaustive search for his replacement.
With the announcement of the recent Budget, investors and industry stakeholders continue to look through the fine details to see the benefits that may flow through. The commercial property sector is one such industry that can look to see where the flow-on effects of the Budget may be felt.
Trade through Tasmania’s ports has received a boost with the official launch of a $2.5 million, state-of-the-art pilot vessel, the Hellyer. The Hellyer, launched during a ceremony at the port of Burnie, is the latest vessel to be unveiled as part of an $18 million Fleet Renewal Program by the Tasmanian Ports Corporation (TasPorts).
Finalists from across the State gathered at Parliament House in Hobart last month to celebrate the outstanding achievements of women working to shape the future of Tasmania’s mining and resources.