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Labor and Liberal candidates promise action on Tasmanian job losses - The Advocate
Labor and Liberal candidates promise action on Tasmanian job losses  The Advocate

JOBS FOCUS: Braddon Liberals candidate Gavin Pearce, seen here with Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and Senator Richard Colbeck, says unemployment ...


Tasmania loses 3000 jobs since June, ABS estimates - The Advocate
Tasmania loses 3000 jobs since June, ABS estimates  The Advocate

Tasmania has shed an estimated 3000 jobs in nine months, with full-time workers and women hit the hardest. March was a ninth successive month of jobs ...


Young people on Tasmania's east coast raise lack of employment as key issue as federal election looms - ABC News
Young people on Tasmania's east coast raise lack of employment as key issue as federal election looms  ABC News

In St Helens, a tourist hotspot on Tasmania's east coast, locals say job opportunities for young people are limited, and they're losing out to bigger cities.


Penalty rates fight - Tasmanian business and unions disagree - The Advocate
Penalty rates fight - Tasmanian business and unions disagree  The Advocate

Tasmanian business says jobs will be shed if penalty rates are restored but unions say they are needed for workers to make ends meet.


Tasmania's nursing shortage not helped by extended wait times for national registration - ABC News
Tasmania's nursing shortage not helped by extended wait times for national registration  ABC News

Hobart-registered nursing graduate Tracy Barton is due to start her dream job in one week's time — a graduate position with Tasmania's Health *Service*.


Time to prepare for different types of jobs in the regions - The Mercury
Time to prepare for different types of jobs in the regions  The Mercury

TASMANIAS North-West has been highlighted in a new Regional Australia Institute report which says education is the answer to meeting the demand for ...


Editorial: Jobs key for Tassie voters - The Mercury
Editorial: Jobs key for Tassie voters  The Mercury

THE release of Australias employment figures this week threw up a curious instance where there was a rise in both full-time jobs and the unemployment rate.


Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth - ABC News
Unemployment creeps back up to 5pc despite strong jobs growth  ABC News

Another 25700 new jobs, mainly full-time, was not enough to stop the unemployment rate rising as more people looked for work.


Research Centre to unlock renewable investment and jobs - Energy Magazine
Research Centre to unlock renewable investment and jobs  Energy Magazine

Tasmania's Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) is expected to unlock more than $258 million in private investment from around the world and ...


Tasmania’s Big W employees on edge after Woolworths revealed 30 stores will close - The Mercury
Tasmania’s Big W employees on edge after Woolworths revealed 30 stores will close  The Mercury

UNCERTAINTY surrounds the future of 250 Big W employees in Tasmania as the national retailer says it will close 30 stores across Australia.


Bob Brown warns of sting if Adani approved - PerthNow
Bob Brown warns of sting if Adani approved  PerthNow

Former Greens leader Bob Brown wants Australia to morph into the world's biggest exporter of renewable energy and do away with the coal mining that he says ...


Coalition pledges $100m for Tas irrigators - The Canberra Times
Coalition pledges $100m for Tas irrigators  The Canberra Times

Tasmania's horticulture industry will get a $100 million boost for irrigation if the coalition wins the federal election. Scott Morrison will announce the pro...


Escape to Stanley, Tasmania: 'It's just special. It's not like anywhere else' - Domain News
Escape to Stanley, Tasmania: 'It's just special. It's not like anywhere else'  Domain News

Fewer than 500 people live in this town, which the locals call a hidden gem, yet a trip to the shops will take you an hour. Oh, and there\'s a huge rock people ...


Tasmania teacher strikes cause schools to close in Hobart, Launceston - ABC News
Tasmania teacher strikes cause schools to close in Hobart, Launceston  ABC News

Teachers in Tasmania walk off the job and join other public sector workers to pack Hobart's City Hall as part of an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions.


Mining a top five industry for Australian job growth - Australian Mining
Mining a top five industry for Australian job growth  Australian Mining

Employment company SEEK has cited the mining, resources and energy sector as one of the five biggest industries for job growth over the past year.


Tasmanian schools to close as teachers walk off job in pay dispute with government - The Mercury
Tasmanian schools to close as teachers walk off job in pay dispute with government  The Mercury

UPDATED: THE states public school teachers will walk off the job next week as part of a public-sector-wide stoppage in support of a bid for better pay and ...


Call centre jobs at risk as Qantas reviews its Hobart operations - The Mercury
Call centre jobs at risk as Qantas reviews its Hobart operations  The Mercury

THE jobs of more than 200 Qantas call centre staff are under a cloud after the company said it would offer an unspecified number of voluntary redundancies.


Scott Morrison lashes ‘keyboard warrior’ anti-Adani protesters over Nazi comments - 9news.com.au
Scott Morrison lashes ‘keyboard warrior’ anti-Adani protesters over Nazi comments  9news.com.au

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has lashed out at anti-Adani coal mine protesters who likened working for the Indian multinational business group to being an ...


Newest Tasmanian parliamentarian John Tucker talks agricultural development and jobs - Tasmania Examiner
Newest Tasmanian parliamentarian John Tucker talks agricultural development and jobs  Tasmania Examiner

Tasmanian Parliament's newest member John Tucker says he aims to be a tireless voice for rural and regional areas of the state, given his long understanding ...


TasTAFE teacher sacked after kissing student gets job back after commission ruling - ABC Local
TasTAFE teacher sacked after kissing student gets job back after commission ruling  ABC Local

Tasmania's industrial umpire orders a teacher, who was sacked after kissing a student on the lips while on a field trip, be given his job back — with his behaviour ...


What it's like being the only police officer in a one-man town in the middle of Tasmania - ABC News
What it's like being the only police officer in a one-man town in the middle of Tasmania  ABC News

Senior Constable Dan Adams is the only resident of Liawenee, a town in the very centre of Tasmania, mostly known for its cold weather.


Tasmanian Quality Meats abattoir expansion to bring 100 new jobs to Cressy - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmanian Quality Meats abattoir expansion to bring 100 new jobs to Cressy  Tasmania Examiner

Tasmanian Quality Meats wants to double its capacity.


Simplot Australia and McCain are both investing in chip plant upgrades in Tasmania - The Mercury
Simplot Australia and McCain are both investing in chip plant upgrades in Tasmania  The Mercury

FROZEN food rivals Simplot Australia and McCain are both expanding their plants at different ends of the North-West Coast as Tasmania pulls in what is thought ...


Prime Minister Scott Morison has announced an Energising Tasmania initiative - The Advocate
Prime Minister Scott Morison has announced an Energising Tasmania initiative  The Advocate

The funding would cover the existing gap in training costs.


Stanley phone box one of two left functional in Tasmania - The Advocate
Stanley phone box one of two left functional in Tasmania  The Advocate

The phone box was restored after Church Street was used in the filming of Michael Fassbender film The Light Between Oceans.


Marketing Officer – Medicine - The Conversation AU
Marketing Officer – Medicine  The Conversation AU

Marketing Officer – Medicine. Full time ongoing position; Based in Hobart, with inter and intrastate travel; Play a key role in market research, business ...


Boys' inability to write clearly is a new crisis in education - The Australian Financial Review
Boys' inability to write clearly is a new crisis in education  The Australian Financial Review

Educators say they're "stunned" by a collapse in the writing ability of boys, with latest national data showing boys in year nine are more than two years below ...


A Tasmanian meat processor has announced plans to double production - The Mercury
A Tasmanian meat processor has announced plans to double production  The Mercury

A TASMANIAN meat processor is set to double its production as it expands into international markets and launches a home-grown range of lamb.


Tasmanian public sector wages row could be fixed. Here's how - The Advocate
Tasmanian public sector wages row could be fixed. Here's how  The Advocate

There's a clear answer on how Tasmania's long-running public sector wages row can be resolved to the benefit of workers, the state government and the public.


Tasmanian teachers to walk off job for better pay - Townsville Bulletin
Tasmanian teachers to walk off job for better pay  Townsville Bulletin

The Tasmanian Education Minister has made a last-ditch plea for teachers to call off industrial action and keep the state's public schools open. Education Union ...


Royal Hobart Hospital doctors letter hits home, as Health Minister brings meeting forward - ABC News
Royal Hobart Hospital doctors letter hits home, as Health Minister brings meeting forward  ABC News

A day after a blunt assessment of the care and staff crisis at Royal Hobart Hospital by emergency department registrars, Tasmania's Health Minister brings ...


Business plan makes case for new walking track in Tasmania's Tarkine - ABC News
Business plan makes case for new walking track in Tasmania's Tarkine  ABC News

A new 10-day walk in Tasmania's Tarkine wilderness including areas of prehistoric forest ending on the state's wild west coast is being spruiked in a business ...


Braddon candidates have their say on Climate Change - The Advocate
Braddon candidates have their say on Climate Change  The Advocate

In the weeks leading up to the May 18 federal election, The Advocate will be asking the candidates for the electorate of Braddon to respond to some of the key ...


Talking Point: Tasmanian regions left to play catch-up - The Mercury
Talking Point: Tasmanian regions left to play catch-up  The Mercury

I AM a passionate regional Tasmanian and believe strongly that Tasmanias regions are incredibly important contributors to our states economic and social ...


$17 plan to skill Tasmanian workforce to fill energy jobs - The Mercury
$17 plan to skill Tasmanian workforce to fill energy jobs  The Mercury

PRIME MINISTER Scott Morrison is back in Tasmania handing out State-specific funding for jobs in the renewable energy sector in what remains a ...


Tasmanian teachers prepare to walk off the job for higher pay - NT News
Tasmanian teachers prepare to walk off the job for higher pay  NT News

Tasmanian Parents are scrambling to arrange school pick ups, as teachers prepare to walk off the job this week. Education Union officials will hold a meeting on ...


Coalition confirms $30m for Launceston Defence Innovation Precinct - Defence Connect
Coalition confirms $30m for Launceston Defence Innovation Precinct  Defence Connect

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a $30 million phase 1 investment in the Tasmanian Defence Innovation and Design Precinct at the University of ...


SA’s Mitani Group says research and development is key to fighting off the competition - The Advertiser
SA’s Mitani Group says research and development is key to fighting off the competition  The Advertiser

A strong focus on research into food and lifestyle trends and emerging technology has helped Mitani Group stay ahead of the game.


Dean NSW Campuses - The Conversation AU
Dean NSW Campuses  The Conversation AU

The University of Tasmania is building a vision of a place-based University. As well as campuses in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie in Tasmania, the University ...


Tasmanian grape growers predict record harvest in 2019 after ideal conditions and further expansion of vineyards in Tamar Valley - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmanian grape growers predict record harvest in 2019 after ideal conditions and further expansion of vineyards in Tamar Valley  Tasmania Examiner

Ideal growing conditions from spring to autumn have grape growers pleased.


The 2019 budget has promised new training hubs for areas in need - The Advocate
The 2019 budget has promised new training hubs for areas in need  The Advocate

Hamish Chamley was one of 16 national WorldSkills competition medallists from throughout Australia selected to take part in the BBM Youth Support Skilled ...


Young people struggling to find work as Hobart revealed as worst capital city for youth unemployment - ABC News
Young people struggling to find work as Hobart revealed as worst capital city for youth unemployment  ABC News

Merri Sims has been looking for a job since July. She's finished year 12 and completed vocational courses, but says it's hard to find a job without experience.


Motors Tas sites across Tasmania up for auction - Tasmania Examiner
Motors Tas sites across Tasmania up for auction  Tasmania Examiner

The sites will be auctioned off next Wednesday in Melbourne.


Head, Student Living Community - The Conversation AU
Head, Student Living Community  The Conversation AU

The University's Student Living Communities support a growing and diverse cohort of students and provide access to high quality academic support, leadership ...


New Australian Maritime College defence precinct gets $30 million go-ahead - Tasmania Examiner
New Australian Maritime College defence precinct gets $30 million go-ahead  Tasmania Examiner

The Coalition has attempted to one-up Labor's pledge to build a Maritime Defence, Innovation and Design Precinct at Launceston's Australian Maritime College ...


Firefighters pull out of Gell River blaze after almost 100 days, but job not over yet - ABC News
Firefighters pull out of Gell River blaze after almost 100 days, but job not over yet  ABC News

It has been almost 100 days since the Gell River fire started in Tasmania's remote south-west, burning through more than 35000 hectares of wilderness — and ...


Tasmanian jobs stabilise, issues remain for women, full-timers - The Advocate
Tasmanian jobs stabilise, issues remain for women, full-timers  The Advocate

Steady February follows seven months of job losses.


Tasmania Supercars: McLaughlin tops final practice - Motorsport.com, Edition: Global
Tasmania Supercars: McLaughlin tops final practice  Motorsport.com, Edition: Global

Scott McLaughlin topped the final Supercars practice session at Symmons Plains, while the Tickford Mustangs will all have to go through Q1 after missing out on ...


UTAS Leap program connects businesses and students - Tasmania Examiner
UTAS Leap program connects businesses and students  Tasmania Examiner

UTAS engages with businesses through Leap program to support student employment.


Talking Point: When is it all right to talk about this? - The Mercury
Talking Point: When is it all right to talk about this?  The Mercury

More and more people understand that our climate is breaking down. They support strong action on climate change, and will vote for it when they get the chance ...


Teacher, public worker strikes in Tasmania - Barossa & Light Herald
Teacher, public worker strikes in Tasmania  Barossa & Light Herald

Frustrated teachers and public sector workers will walk off the job in Hobart and Launceston amid a worsening wages dispute with the state government. Unions.


Letters to the Editor, April 22, 2019 - The Mercury
Letters to the Editor, April 22, 2019  The Mercury

GIVEN the financial support provided to the Gold Coast Suns and Greater Western Sydney by the AFL in predominantly rugby league states, $25 million ...


Tasmanian meatworks and abattoir jobs on the wane as livestock sails to Victoria for slaughter - ABC News
Tasmanian meatworks and abattoir jobs on the wane as livestock sails to Victoria for slaughter  ABC News

Tasmania's farmers say economic activity, including jobs, had been lost to the mainland as the number of abattoirs on the island consolidates.


Tasmanian engineering construction growth leading the nation - The Advocate
Tasmanian engineering construction growth leading the nation  The Advocate

Tasmania's engineering construction sector is getting the strongest growth in the nation. In fact, Tasmania was the only state where the value of engineering ...


More strikes loom for Tas public sector - Bellingen Courier Sun
More strikes loom for Tas public sector  Bellingen Courier Sun

Public sector workers in Tasmania, including teachers and nurses, have slammed the latest pay offer from the state government ahead of planned strikes next ...


Tasmania's hospitality and retail jobs most vulnerable to automation - ABC Local
Tasmania's hospitality and retail jobs most vulnerable to automation  ABC Local

Jobs in hospitality and retail are among the occupations in Tasmania most vulnerable to automation, according to a new report into the future of jobs in regional ...


Jonte Reynders gets the job done in Barry Richardson Memorial Grasstrack opener - The Advocate
Jonte Reynders gets the job done in Barry Richardson Memorial Grasstrack opener  The Advocate

Perfect conditions greeted riders at round one of the Barry Richardson Memorial Grasstrack at Gawler last weekend. Current grasstrack champion Jonte ...


Tupperware queen Doreen Corbett has been selling plastic homewares for 40 years - The Advocate
Tupperware queen Doreen Corbett has been selling plastic homewares for 40 years  The Advocate

Mrs Corbett has lost count of the amount of parties she has been to.


Tasmanian Senator Wendy Askew defends banks in first speech - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmanian Senator Wendy Askew defends banks in first speech  Tasmania Examiner

Senator Askew paid tribute to her family and banking staff in her first speech.


Drop-outs, falling enrolments in hospitality courses hinder tourism trade, state Labor says - The Mercury
Drop-outs, falling enrolments in hospitality courses hinder tourism trade, state Labor says  The Mercury

HIGH drop-out rates and falling enrolments in hospitality courses are hampering growth in the states tourism industry, says Labor leader Rebecca White.


SEEK reveals jobs boom for Tasmania - The Mercury
SEEK reveals jobs boom for Tasmania  The Mercury

TASMANIAN job ad growth is outperforming mainland Australia, with a 26.8 per cent annual increase in job listings on SEEK.


Your letters to the Editor - The Advocate
Your letters to the Editor  The Advocate

Lower Barrington's Alan Kelly wants someone to make electric utes for Tassies.


The complete 2019 Australian budget: choose what matters to you – interactive - The Guardian
The complete 2019 Australian budget: choose what matters to you – interactive  The Guardian

Build your own 2019 federal budget coverage by choosing the topics you're interested in, or just read our entire budget coverage in one place.


Curious Hobart: How do wages compare between Tasmania and the mainland? - Curious Hobart - ABC News
Curious Hobart: How do wages compare between Tasmania and the mainland? - Curious Hobart  ABC News

Tourism is booming in Tasmania, and with tree changes all the rage, it's no surprise visitors to Australia's island state are pondering a move to the Apple Isle.


Jobs go as Hobart hotel sold off to house university students - ABC News
Jobs go as Hobart hotel sold off to house university students  ABC News

Nearly 30 staff at Hobart hotel which has been sold off for university accommodation will lose their jobs, but the operator says the company held off telling ...


Devonport abattoir closure puts more than 100 Tasmanian jobs at risk - ABC News
Devonport abattoir closure puts more than 100 Tasmanian jobs at risk  ABC News

Devonport abattoir workers say they are devastated by news that more than 100 jobs could be lost after the abattoir announced plans to close by mid-November.


Tasmania records largest Seek job ad growth but has lowest annual salary - The Mercury
Tasmania records largest Seek job ad growth but has lowest annual salary  The Mercury

TASMANIA has recorded the largest annual growth in Seek job ads — but had the lowest average salary for positions posted in January this year.


Blow to Cadbury workforce as humans lose out to robots in pursuit of 'significant efficiencies' - ABC Local
Blow to Cadbury workforce as humans lose out to robots in pursuit of 'significant efficiencies'  ABC Local

Chocolate-maker Cadbury's decision to shed 40 jobs from its Tasmanian factory, replacing workers with machines, is met with anger, disappointment and ...


Early retirement: Property investor retired at 33 after building $9m portfolio - NEWS.com.au
Early retirement: Property investor retired at 33 after building $9m portfolio  NEWS.com.au

Paul Glossop was raised by a single mum in Liverpool, in Sydney's south west, a far cry from the “silver spooned fortunes” many in the city enjoy.


Tasmania's public sector workers to walk off the job today - ABC Local
Tasmania's public sector workers to walk off the job today  ABC Local

Tasmania's public sector is set to shut down this afternoon, with thousands of state government workers walking off the job as part of a state-wide strike over pay.


Project skilling up Tasmanians and tackling low literacy levels - ABC Local
Project skilling up Tasmanians and tackling low literacy levels  ABC Local

In a state with high levels of illiteracy one Tasmanian program is helping people like Dylan Wagner turn that around - so much so, he is now running his own ...


Nine University of Tasmania cleaners lose jobs after contract change - Tasmania Examiner
Nine University of Tasmania cleaners lose jobs after contract change  Tasmania Examiner

An online petition has been launched calling for nine cleaners to have their jobs reinstated, following a contract change at the University of Tasmania.


What the Arts got from Budget 2019 - ArtsHub
What the Arts got from Budget 2019  ArtsHub

The Morrison Government's 2019-2020 budget highlights the Government's lack of vision for our cultural sector.


Tasmanian paramedics struggling to cope with demand in system 'ready to snap' - ABC News
Tasmanian paramedics struggling to cope with demand in system 'ready to snap'  ABC News

This month one group of paramedics spent 10 hours of their shift waiting with patients at the Royal Hobart Hospital. They say it's symptomatic of a system ready ...


Will Davison says Tasmania could end Ford's Supercars dominance - Bendigo Advertiser
Will Davison says Tasmania could end Ford's Supercars dominance  Bendigo Advertiser

Will Davison is back in a big team and relishing every moment.


Job ads, business confidence up in Northern Tasmania - Tasmania Examiner
Job ads, business confidence up in Northern Tasmania  Tasmania Examiner

National and state indexes show Northern Tasmania is performing well in business.


Planner calls for public service jobs to be moved out of the city - The Mercury
Planner calls for public service jobs to be moved out of the city  The Mercury

PUBLIC *service* jobs would be moved to outer suburban growth areas under a plan by an urban developer to reduce congestion on Hobarts roads.


Day 7 of the federal election campaign - Walcha News
Day 7 of the federal election campaign  Walcha News

FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 7 WHERE THE LEADERS CAMPAIGNED * Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Tasmania (Braddon and Bass) * Labor ...


Lawns far from the limit for new Self Help Workplace venture - Tasmania Examiner
Lawns far from the limit for new Self Help Workplace venture  Tasmania Examiner

Kyle Thompson readies his whipper snipper with Sarah Courtney and other members of the Spruce Grounds Maintenance team - Self Help Workplace's latest ...


Devonport abattoir takeover deal announced, but dozens of jobs still lost - ABC News
Devonport abattoir takeover deal announced, but dozens of jobs still lost  ABC News

A deal is struck for Tasmanian Quality Meats to take over pork processing at the Devonport abattoir in the state's north-west, but just 18 people out of the facility's ...


Number of vacant paramedic jobs in Tasmania unknown - The Advocate
Number of vacant paramedic jobs in Tasmania unknown  The Advocate

The number of jobs vacant at Ambulance Tasmania was not readily available.


Where you need to move to get a job - Courier Mail
Where you need to move to get a job  Courier Mail

JOB advertisements are booming across the nation with a rise of almost 9 per cent on last year and mining roles are in huge demand, according to SEEK.


Tasmanian job vacancies on the increase - The Advocate
Tasmanian job vacancies on the increase  The Advocate

Tasmanian job vacancies are up by 7.2 per cent in a year, in a positive sign for further jobs growth. Vacancies increased by 0.8 per cent in May alone, according ...


Fears vital Tasmanian weather knowledge will be lost under forecasting changes - ABC Local
Fears vital Tasmanian weather knowledge will be lost under forecasting changes  ABC Local

Unions fear critical specialist Tasmanian weather knowledge used by emergency services will be lost under plans to centralise forecasting in Melbourne and ...


Wildcare Tasmania issues urgent call for volunteer caretakers in tourism hotspot - ABC News
Wildcare Tasmania issues urgent call for volunteer caretakers in tourism hotspot  ABC News

Want to volunteer for a job in one of the country's stunning national parks where you can snorkel and not actually do much work? Tasmania has the job for you.


Llamas help autistic woman reconnect with the world - ABC News
Llamas help autistic woman reconnect with the world  ABC News

When Natalie Martin bought three llamas to help connect her autistic daughter Paris with the world, she did not expect the family would soon be running a ...


Federal election 2019: Labor says it's 'extraordinary' Morrison is 'contemplating' nuclear power – as it happened - The Guardian
Federal election 2019: Labor says it's 'extraordinary' Morrison is 'contemplating' nuclear power – as it happened  The Guardian

Tony Burke says 'nuclear power is against the law in Australia'


Tasmania's population growth is out of control with no one at the wheel, says planning expert - ABC News
Tasmania's population growth is out of control with no one at the wheel, says planning expert  ABC News

Tasmania's population growth is a "runaway train", with health services and roads struggling to cope with increasing demand, planning expert Irene Duckett says ...


Tasmania Fire Service launches recruitment campaign - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmania Fire Service launches recruitment campaign  Tasmania Examiner

Tasmania Fire *Service* will recruit 24 career firefighters in 2019.


PageUp data breach hits UTAS, Tasmanian Government job seekers - ABC Local
PageUp data breach hits UTAS, Tasmanian Government job seekers  ABC Local

Thousands of Tasmanian job seekers may have had their personal information compromised in a massive data breach reported by HR company PageUp.


Choosing a career? These jobs won't go out of style - The Conversation AU
Choosing a career? These jobs won't go out of style  The Conversation AU

Sensationalist claims that 40% of jobs in Australia won't exist in the future are unhelpful for young Australians thinking about entering the workforce. The reality is ...


Disability employers in plea for Tasmanian Government job contracts - ABC News
Disability employers in plea for Tasmanian Government job contracts  ABC News

Anita Donald has a job working for a disability enterprise but there are warnings jobs like hers may be at risk unless the Tasmanian Government does more to ...


14 Tasmanian sites to be assessed for pumped hydro, 3000 potential new jobs - The Advocate
14 Tasmanian sites to be assessed for pumped hydro, 3000 potential new jobs  The Advocate

Jobs-rich pumped hydro takes another step forward.


Pilot killed in Tasmanian mountain crash named as 30yo Queenslander Nikita Walker - ABC News
Pilot killed in Tasmanian mountain crash named as 30yo Queenslander Nikita Walker  ABC News

The pilot killed in the crash in Tasmania's south-west wilderness has been identified as Nikita Walker, who had moved from Queensland to pursue her love of ...


Scott Morrison: 'master of the middle' may pull Coalition out of a muddle - The Guardian
Scott Morrison: 'master of the middle' may pull Coalition out of a muddle  The Guardian

It's still early days in the election, but supporters say PM's capacity to work across factions has helped him steady what was a sinking ship.


Scott Morrison announces forestry hub boost for Tasmania - 9news.com.au
Scott Morrison announces forestry hub boost for Tasmania  9news.com.au

Nine regional forestry hubs will be created across Australia under a federal government plan to boost the industry. Scott Morrison made the $12.5 million ...


Nyrstar tipped to shed 12 jobs from Hobart smelter, prompting concerns for worker safety - ABC News
Nyrstar tipped to shed 12 jobs from Hobart smelter, prompting concerns for worker safety  ABC News

Twelve jobs are expected to go from Nyrstar's Hobart smelter, the union representing workers says, after the news 100 jobs will be slashed from the company's ...


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

WIN News's Tasmanian staff 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 ...


Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment workers lose jobs - The Mercury
Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment workers lose jobs  The Mercury

HYDRAULICS and sanitation staff working on the Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment have had their jobs terminated by their employer, prompting an ...


Telstra workers in Tasmania are worried about their future as jobs are lost - Tasmania Examiner
Telstra workers in Tasmania are worried about their future as jobs are lost  Tasmania Examiner

As many as 100 Telstra workers could lose their jobs, says the CPSU.