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Program a boost for leaders of the future

Twenty nine of Tasmania’s brightest leaders have celebrated their completion of the latest Tasmanian Leaders Program. Those who finished the 2018 program say they are now equipped with refined skills, new knowledge and increased motivation and are ready to enact positive change for Tasmania.

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Local jobs in the wind

Goldwind has appointed Crisp Bros. & Haywards for a major tower supply contract for its $300 million Cattle Hill Wind Farm. Twenty per cent of the tower components required for the 48 turbines at the Central Highlands development will be manufactured by the Haywards team in an $8 million deal.

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Skilled workers wanted

Attracting and retaining skilled staff and filling apprentice and qualified tradespeople positions remains the greatest challenge for the state’s small business owners. That’s the key finding of a new study by Tasmanian Leaders’ Alumni.

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Demand for super solution

Pressure is mounting for a solution to Tasmania’s unfunded superannuation liability to unlock about $430 million extra investment in the state annually. The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and respected economist Saul Eslake are demanding action.

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