With some of the largest shipping lines in the world investing their services in Tasmania, there has never been a more promising time for international traders in the state, writes Agility Logistics Tasmanian General Manager Brett Charlton.
Employers in the building and construction industry making contributions to a Portable Long Service Fund are celebrating, with over $1.1 million flowing back into the industry.
Analysis undertaken by Regional Development Australia has shown that the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme has provided significant benefits to local exporters.
Boards play a key role in shaping, monitoring and changing organisational culture, writes Australian Institute of Company Directors Chairwoman Elizabeth Proust.
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand President Jane Stanton draws from her own experience with mental illness to highlight the importance of strong mental health support structures in businesses.
The Australian Maritime College at the University of Tasmania has been awarded $3 million to conduct research with leading US universities on improving Australia’s naval capability.
Tasmania’s Defence Advocate has been awarded the United States Military’s highest honour for a non-US citizen, the Legion of Merit.
Rear Admiral (Rtd) Steve Gilmore AM, CSC, was presented the Degree of Officer award by Acting US Ambassador (Chargé d’Affaires, a.i.) James Carouso in a ceremony at the US Embassy in Canberra.