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Tasmania closing in on jobs milestone | The Advocate - The Advocate

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Tasmania closing in on jobs milestone | The Advocate
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The improvement took the state to a record 249,700 jobs after 10 straight months of growth. The news was not all good in July, with full-time jobs down by 100, ...

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SEEK highest paying jobs in NSW, Victoria, Qld, SA, NT, Tasmania ... - Courier Mail

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SEEK highest paying jobs in NSW, Victoria, Qld, SA, NT, Tasmania ...
Courier Mail
TECH workers and engineers are snapping up Australias top pay packets, beating miners in the salary stakes in many parts of the country.

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WIN Television's local news bulletin signs off in Tasmania, audience decline feared - ABC News

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WIN Television's local news bulletin signs off in Tasmania, audience decline feared
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The Tasmanian presenters of WIN News have signed off for the final time, as fears grow that a move to present bulletins from New South Wales will lead to audience decline. Nine jobs have been slashed as part of a move to present Tasmanian news bulletin ...


WIN News staff cuts as end looms for Tasmanian-fronted bulletins - ABC News

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WIN News staff cuts as end looms for Tasmanian-fronted bulletins
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Staff at WIN News in Tasmania have been told nine jobs will be slashed as part of a move to present the regional news bulletin from New South Wales, the ABC understands. Employees at WIN News's Tasmanian office were last week told their weeknight ...
Seven WIN jobs on the block, staff toldNEWS.com.au

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Seven WIN jobs on the block, staff told | The Mercury - The Mercury

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Seven WIN jobs on the block, staff told | The Mercury
The Mercury
SEVEN jobs will be lost at WIN News Tasmania as the network prepares to end locally produced bulletins on Friday. The Mercury understands WIN News ...
WIN's job cuts will send budding journalists interstate: PolleyTasmania Examiner

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Tasmanian jobs milestone in sight - The Advocate

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Tasmanian jobs milestone in sight
The Advocate
Tasmania is one solid month away from having a quarter of a million jobs for the first time. It gained 300 jobs in June, taking the total to a record 249,800. The state gained 500 full-time jobs for the month, the trend terms Australian Bureau of ...
Acting Treasurer Guy Barnett says job figures point to Tasmanian jobs boomThe Mercury

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Australian Senate shows support for Tasmanian WIN staff - The Advocate

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Australian Senate shows support for Tasmanian WIN staff
The Advocate
On Thursday, Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam and Labor Senator Helen Polley moved a motion in the federal upper house calling on the Senate to “note with deep regret the recent decision by WIN TV to produce and read Tasmanian local news out of New ...


Biosecurity Tasmania recruits six more staff - Tasmania Examiner

Tasmania Examiner

Biosecurity Tasmania recruits six more staff
Tasmania Examiner
Six new biosecurity jobs based in the North are being advertised. Primary Industries Minister Sarah Courtney said the new jobs would further strengthen biosecurity in the state. “These new jobs are part of a major $8.6 million investment in Tasmania's ...

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WIN decision to axe Tasmanian news presenters slammed as being 'terrible for Tasmania' - ABC News

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WIN decision to axe Tasmanian news presenters slammed as being 'terrible for Tasmania'
ABC News
WIN News Tasmania management have told the ABC that no journalists or camera crew staff will lose their jobs. Today network CEO Andrew Lancaster explained the move as making their delivery of news more efficient by adopting a centralised production ...
Tasmania's WIN news bulletin to be presented from WollongongThe Mercury
WIN News Tasmania bulletin cancelled as of FridayTasmania Examiner

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State's jobless rate holds steady at 6.2 per cent | The Mercury - The Mercury

The Mercury

State's jobless rate holds steady at 6.2 per cent | The Mercury
The Mercury
TASMANIA'S jobless rate has remained steady in trend terms at 6.2 per cent of the population with Australian Bureau of Statistics data showing the number of ...

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