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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.


More federal public service jobs disappear from Tasmania - The Mercury
More federal public service jobs disappear from Tasmania  The Mercury

THE number of federal public servants in Tasmania continues to decline and more jobs are risk as the government automates visa applications, Labor says.


OPINION: Targeted industry engagement would create employment opportunities - The Advocate
OPINION: Targeted industry engagement would create employment opportunities  The Advocate

I strongly believe there is a place in Tasmania for more targeted engagement with industry to create employment opportunities for long term unemployed ...


Talking Point: Unlock the last quarter of Tasmania - The Mercury
Talking Point: Unlock the last quarter of Tasmania  The Mercury

IT is an exciting time for Tasmania. Our economy is growing, visitors are coming to the state in record numbers, more of our young people are participating in ...


Online job ads in Australia keep on falling - Business Insider Australia
Online job ads in Australia keep on falling  Business Insider Australia

Online job ads in Australia have now fallen for seven consecutive months. In the past, falling ads have usually led to an increase in unemployment.


Salad leaf demand drives growth for big Tasmanian producer - ABC News
Salad leaf demand drives growth for big Tasmanian producer  ABC News

Tasmania's biggest salad leaf grower has doubled in size, creating new jobs as it continues to expand in domestic and foreign markets.


AFLW Kangaroos has players straddling Victoria and Tasmania, but they're making it work - ABC News
AFLW Kangaroos has players straddling Victoria and Tasmania, but they're making it work  ABC News

With seven of their 30 players based in Tasmania, the North Melbourne Kangaroos AFLW team don't get to train together too often, but they are making it work.


Economist Saul Eslake released his latest Tasmania Report on Monday - The Advocate
Economist Saul Eslake released his latest Tasmania Report on Monday  The Advocate

The Tasmanian chamber and Commerce Industry say the 2018 Tasmania Report suggests Tasmania's economy is, in most respects, performing better than at ...


Tasmania Secures Long-Term Funding Certainty For NDIS - Pro Bono Australia
Tasmania Secures Long-Term Funding Certainty For NDIS  Pro Bono Australia

Tasmania has secured long-term funding certainty for the National Disability Insurance Scheme after signing a five-year deal with the federal government.


Tasmanian Property Council, Master Builders Tasmania warn height limits threaten Hobart’s growth - The Mercury
Tasmanian Property Council, Master Builders Tasmania warn height limits threaten Hobart’s growth  The Mercury

CAPPING building heights in Hobart CBD could worsen the city's housing affordability crisis, real estate and building interests have warned. The Tasmanian ...


Letters to the Editor - The Advocate
Letters to the Editor  The Advocate

I am staggered at the over-generous employment rights those in the Tasmanian health and education sectors are seeking through industrial action. While the cla ...


Letters to the Editor, December 15, 2018 - The Mercury
Letters to the Editor, December 15, 2018  The Mercury

In your Letters to the Editor today: Motown hotel proposal, fruit-picking jobs risks and Hobart accommodation.


Busy skyline a symbol of capital's record-setting boom - The Mercury
Busy skyline a symbol of capital's record-setting boom  The Mercury

TASMANIAS building and construction sector is continuing to boom with a record number of cranes now visible on Hobarts skyline.


Tas gender law push hits upper house - Mandurah Mail
Tas gender law push hits upper house  Mandurah Mail

Transgender activists will brief members of Tasmania's upper house on Thursday in a push to remove gender from birth certificates in the state. Landmark trans...


Movers & shakers: job sharing at the senior levels of the public sector - The Mandarin
Movers & shakers: job sharing at the senior levels of the public sector  The Mandarin

Formal job sharing for public sector senior executives does happen. Just not very often. The structure it can takes, and how permanent it can be is evolving ...


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 ...


Tasmania announces expanded role for Defence Advocate - Defence Connect
Tasmania announces expanded role for Defence Advocate  Defence Connect

The Tasmanian Government have appointed Rear Admiral (Rtd) Steve Gilmore as the state's first full-time Defence Advocate and Strategic Adviser for Maritime ...


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. This is three times the ad growth of ...


Tasmania better than ever before, Peter Gutwein says - The Advocate
Tasmania better than ever before, Peter Gutwein says  The Advocate

Tasmania was a better place to live than ever before, Treasurer Peter Gutwein said following figures showing the economy was growing at its fastest pace in a ...


Tas gender law push 'ridiculous': PM - Ballarat Courier
Tas gender law push 'ridiculous': PM  Ballarat Courier

Tasmania is poised to become to first state to make it optional to include gender on birth certificates, but the prime minister has slammed the push as "ridic...


Morrison Calls Tasmanian Gender Law Rush 'Ridiculous' - 10 daily
Morrison Calls Tasmanian Gender Law Rush 'Ridiculous'  10 daily

Tasmania is poised to become to first state to make it optional to include gender on birth certificates, but the prime minister has slammed the push as "ridiculous".


Dead wallaby painted over by ‘lazy’ road workers - Gold Coast Bulletin
Dead wallaby painted over by ‘lazy’ road workers  Gold Coast Bulletin

Road workers in Tasmania have been slammed as the definition of lazy after they couldnt be bothered to move a dead wallaby off the road and instead painted ...


Tasmanian prisoners on the increase as new jail moves closer - The Advocate
Tasmanian prisoners on the increase as new jail moves closer  The Advocate

Tasmanians remain among the least likely Australians to be in jail, but prisoner numbers are increasing. Tasmania had a daily average of 632 people in full-time ...


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.


About 1 in every 10 public sector jobs has disappeared - The Mercury
About 1 in every 10 public sector jobs has disappeared  The Mercury

ABOUT one in every 10 Commonwealth public sector jobs based in Tasmania has disappeared over the past four years. Public sector jobs figures reveal nearly ...


Family a key factor for graduate sisters seeking career change - Tasmania Examiner
Family a key factor for graduate sisters seeking career change  Tasmania Examiner

The two attended each other's UTAS graduation ceremonies at the weekend.


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 ...


Cadbury set to axe 40 jobs from Tasmania - The Mercury
Cadbury set to axe 40 jobs from Tasmania  The Mercury

Dozens of Cadbury workers will be made redundant by February as part of an overhaul of the company's chocolate wrapping plant in Claremont, northwest of ...


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.


FactCheck: are 'around 5,000 jobs' at risk if pokies are removed from pubs and clubs in Tasmania? - The Conversation AU
FactCheck: are 'around 5,000 jobs' at risk if pokies are removed from pubs and clubs in Tasmania?  The Conversation AU

The Tasmanian Liberal party is promoting gaming industry estimates that 'around 5000 jobs' would be at risk if poker machines were removed from pubs and ...


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 ...


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 ...


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.


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 ...


A skills check-up to help keep older Australians on the job - Mirage News
A skills check-up to help keep older Australians on the job  Mirage News

The Coalition Government is increasing support for older Australians to upskill or transition into new careers through the Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers ...


Fact check: Will removing poker machines from Tasmanian pubs and clubs cost thousands of jobs? - ABC News
Fact check: Will removing poker machines from Tasmanian pubs and clubs cost thousands of jobs?  ABC News

Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein says that Labor's policy of removing poker machines from pubs and clubs would cost thousands of jobs. RMIT ABC Fact ...


Plans to automate simple visa applications threaten Tasmanian jobs, a union warns - ABC News
Plans to automate simple visa applications threaten Tasmanian jobs, a union warns  ABC News

A union warns more than 100 Tasmanian jobs are at risk under a plan to automate short-term, simple visa applications, as part of a move to privatise the visa ...


North-West, West Coast down by 1400 jobs - The Advocate
North-West, West Coast down by 1400 jobs  The Advocate

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull spoke of Tasmania's strong jobs growth on Thursday just as new figures showed the North-West and West had lost 1400 jobs in ...


Jobs lost at Hobart’s Betfair offices as company moves to NT - The Mercury
Jobs lost at Hobart’s Betfair offices as company moves to NT  The Mercury

THIRTY five jobs will be lost when the betting exchange Betfair closes its Technopark operations at Glenorchy.


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


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

There are fears plans to move local weather forecasting to Melbourne and Brisbane will result in a "sausage factory" delivering Tasmanian weather from the ...


Vodafone to axe up to 100 Hobart jobs in 'terrible blow', Premier says - ABC News
Vodafone to axe up to 100 Hobart jobs in 'terrible blow', Premier says  ABC News

Up to 100 jobs are set to go at Vodafone's Hobart call centre after what the company calls a dramatic reduction in call volumes and complaints.


Morrison government announces new federal anti-corruption commission - The Guardian
Morrison government announces new federal anti-corruption commission  The Guardian

Scott Morrison announces new Commonwealth Integrity Commission in response to calls for a federal Icac.


Government recruitment resumes in Tasmania after personal details compromised - The Mandarin
Government recruitment resumes in Tasmania after personal details compromised  The Mandarin

Government recruitment in the state of Tasmania has resumed nine days after a suspected data breach with provider PageUp led to the suspension of activity.


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 ...


UTAS Hobart student accommodation changes to prioritise regional students and first years - Tasmania Examiner
UTAS Hobart student accommodation changes to prioritise regional students and first years  Tasmania Examiner

A change to prioritise student accommodation in Hobart for first year students and those from “geographical disparate areas” is not affecting Launceston students ...


Tasmanian iron ore mine approved, hundreds of jobs to come - Australian Mining
Tasmanian iron ore mine approved, hundreds of jobs to come  Australian Mining

Forward Mining has received approval to develop the Rogetta iron ore mine in north-western Tasmania. The project, around 30km south of Burnie, has secured ...


Chipping away at Tasmania's youth unemployment problem, one job at a time - ABC News
Chipping away at Tasmania's youth unemployment problem, one job at a time  ABC News

Kaleb Morgan has been looking for a job for a couple of years and he's not alone — almost 22 per cent of young people in Tasmania's south-east region can't ...


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 ...


Rising nickel price prompts owners to restart Avebury mine after nine-year halt to operations - ABC News
Rising nickel price prompts owners to restart Avebury mine after nine-year halt to operations  ABC News

The Avebury nickel mine near Zeehan is expected to restart as early as January next year, with hopes it will create more than 200 jobs on Tasmania's west ...


Liberals pledge for Momentum Energy call centre jobs to be relocated from Melbourne to Tasmania - The Mercury
Liberals pledge for Momentum Energy call centre jobs to be relocated from Melbourne to Tasmania  The Mercury

NEARLY 80 Momentum Energy call centre jobs will be relocated from Melbourne to Tasmania if the Liberal State Government is re-elected, premier Will ...


North-West Tasmanian jobs slump as Launceston joins the Hobart boom - The Advocate
North-West Tasmanian jobs slump as Launceston joins the Hobart boom  The Advocate

North-West struggles as Launceston, Hobart jobs soar.


Tasmania's new Cabinet gives housing job to newcomer Roger Jaensch - ABC News
Tasmania's new Cabinet gives housing job to newcomer Roger Jaensch  ABC News

Premier Will Hodgman unveils his new Cabinet, in which he has given the job of fixing Hobart's housing crisis to the northern MP Roger Jaensch.


Tasmanian election: Mixed blessings in Burnie as industry booms but jobs still lacking - ABC Online
Tasmanian election: Mixed blessings in Burnie as industry booms but jobs still lacking  ABC Online

When the ABC election roadshow visits Burnie to see what issues are on the minds of the locals, unemployment looms large.


TasTAFE is crucial to Tasmania's jobs puzzle, but what challenges does it face? - Tasmania Examiner
TasTAFE is crucial to Tasmania's jobs puzzle, but what challenges does it face?  Tasmania Examiner

All you need to know about the past and future challenges of TasTAFE.


‘Betrayal’ as Vodafone cuts jobs despite taxpayer handouts - The Australian
‘Betrayal’ as Vodafone cuts jobs despite taxpayer handouts  The Australian

The limitations of corporate handouts have been highlighted by Vodafones decision to axe 100 Tasmanian call centre jobs, despite receiving millions in ...


Tasmania’s WIN news bulletin to be presented from Wollongong - The Mercury
Tasmania’s WIN news bulletin to be presented from Wollongong  The Mercury

TASMANIAS nightly WIN News bulletin will be soon be presented from the networks Wollongong studio in New South Wales, in a move that will likely result in ...


Call centre workforce will stay in demand to keep in touch with customers, say experts - ABC News
Call centre workforce will stay in demand to keep in touch with customers, say experts  ABC News

Industry experts remain upbeat about the future of call centres as major employers in Tasmania despite the loss of up to 100 jobs at Vodafone in Hobart.


Underemployment a struggle for Tasmanian workers with jobs but not enough hours, union survey finds - ABC Local
Underemployment a struggle for Tasmanian workers with jobs but not enough hours, union survey finds  ABC Local

Hospitality worker Kim Parker is just one of the Tasmanians who has a job but not enough hours to make ends meet.


Industrialist has big plans for Whyalla - NEWS.com.au
Industrialist has big plans for Whyalla  NEWS.com.au

British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta has unveiled an ambitious plan for a "grand scale steel plant" in Whyalla, capable of annual exports of 10 million tonnes.


SEEK reveals the top 20 high-paying jobs by state and territory - Courier Mail
SEEK reveals the top 20 high-paying jobs by state and territory  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.


2018 Labor National Conference: Bowen slams timing of governor-general appointment - The Australian
2018 Labor National Conference: Bowen slams timing of governor-general appointment  The Australian

Welcome to live coverage of Day 1 of the ALPs national conference from Adelaide, at which Bill Shorten has unveiled two key new promises on affordable ...


Data breach hangover leaves urgent positions unfilled, say public sector unions - ABC News
Data breach hangover leaves urgent positions unfilled, say public sector unions  ABC News

Tasmanian unions are worried urgent positions will not be filled fast enough because the Government has shut down its recruitment website in response to the ...


Nyrstar's falling share price, job cuts have unions worried about Hobart plant's workforce - ABC News
Nyrstar's falling share price, job cuts have unions worried about Hobart plant's workforce  ABC News

There are concerns over the future of Nyrstar's Hobart zinc works as the company moves to reduce its workforce amid a plummeting share price.


Tasmania federal politicians weigh in on Weather Bureau moves - The Mercury
Tasmania federal politicians weigh in on Weather Bureau moves  The Mercury

UPDATED: PRIME Minister Scott Morrison has guaranteed that no jobs will be lost at the Bureau of Meteorology in Tasmania as the result of a restructure.


'Jobless and foodless is the new normal for students in Tasmania' - SBS
'Jobless and foodless is the new normal for students in Tasmania'  SBS

One in seven university students regularly go without food and other necessities because of affordability reasons, according to the Universities Australia Student ...


Cricket Australia staffer sacked over abortion tweets 'fired for political opinion': lawyer - ABC News
Cricket Australia staffer sacked over abortion tweets 'fired for political opinion': lawyer  ABC News

The lawyer representing a woman allegedly sacked over a series of tweets criticising the Tasmanian Government and abortion rights in the state says she ...


Australia Post: 3000 new jobs advertised ahead of ‘record Christmas’ - NEWS.com.au
Australia Post: 3000 new jobs advertised ahead of ‘record Christmas’  NEWS.com.au

LOOKING for a new job? Good news — because nearly 3000 brand new positions are now up for grabs, just in time for Christmas. Australia Post has revealed it ...


UPC Renewables' Tasmanian wind farms still in the pipeline - The Advocate
UPC Renewables' Tasmanian wind farms still in the pipeline  The Advocate

Big Circular Head wind farm developments remain in the pipeline despite political upheaval and energy policy uncertainty in Canberra. WIND PLANS: The ...


Tassal, Petuna's upcoming announcement has union fearing for security of aquaculture jobs - ABC News
Tassal, Petuna's upcoming announcement has union fearing for security of aquaculture jobs  ABC News

The union representing Tasmania's salmon workers will receive a "comprehensive briefing" on Thursday about whether a major announcement from Tassal and ...


Tasmania hit by tradie shortage - The Mercury
Tasmania hit by tradie shortage  The Mercury

TASMANIA is struggling to cope with a surge in building activity with employers forced to bring in tradespeople from interstate to fill jobs.


Tasmanian Budget: Economy entering 'golden age', but no new money to address homelessness - ABC News
Tasmanian Budget: Economy entering 'golden age', but no new money to address homelessness  ABC News

With record revenue, Tasmania's economy is heading into a golden age, the Treasurer says, with money budgeted for health and education but no new funds to ...


Chinese plasterers walk off Royal Hobart Hospital job over visa, pay dispute - ABC Local
Chinese plasterers walk off Royal Hobart Hospital job over visa, pay dispute  ABC Local

More than 100 Chinese visa holders working as plasterers have stopped work at the Royal Hobart Hospital construction site after questions were raised about ...


The Will Hodgman legacy: Jobs soar, but full-time jobs fizzle - The Advocate
The Will Hodgman legacy: Jobs soar, but full-time jobs fizzle  The Advocate

Strong jobs growth, women thrive, as men, full-timers struggle.


Senator Eric Abetz failing on visa processing jobs, says ALP’s Julie Collins - The Mercury
Senator Eric Abetz failing on visa processing jobs, says ALP’s Julie Collins  The Mercury

Liberal Senator Eric Abetz has been accused of failing to stand up for Tasmanian jobs, as the Federal Government moves to outsource visa processing services.


Cadbury to shed 10 per cent of its Hobart workforce as new machinery introduced - ABC Local
Cadbury to shed 10 per cent of its Hobart workforce as new machinery introduced  ABC Local

Chocolate-maker Cadbury announces 40 jobs will go from its Hobart factory over the next four months.


Tax cuts, highways and jobs in PM’s bold by-election play for Braddon - The Mercury
Tax cuts, highways and jobs in PM’s bold by-election play for Braddon  The Mercury

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has driven home the Governments jobs and business credentials while launching Braddon candidate Brett Whiteleys ...


Jobs fears spread amid uncertainty around abattoir’s future - The Mercury
Jobs fears spread amid uncertainty around abattoir’s future  The Mercury

A HISTORIC Tasmanian hide and skin manufacturer says it will have to close its doors if the Devonport Abattoir ceases operation next month.


SEEK reveals nursing heads up the sectors experiencing jobs growth - The Advertiser
SEEK reveals nursing heads up the sectors experiencing jobs growth  The Advertiser

THE need for nurses in the aged sector has driven up healthcare job vacancies in the past 12 months, as the total number of job advertisements nationally ...


House prices: Australians loses $145 billion in housing wealth - NEWS.com.au
House prices: Australians loses $145 billion in housing wealth  NEWS.com.au

Aussie house prices just keep falling. Property experts CoreLogic now say Sydney's price decline is bigger than the fall in the 1989-91 at over 10 per cent.


Tasmanian wilderness track-builder retires on a high after 28 years — on Tassie's highest peak - ABC Local
Tasmanian wilderness track-builder retires on a high after 28 years — on Tassie's highest peak  ABC Local

Wilderness track worker Rob Boyes spent nearly three decades working in a highly unique workplace — the rooftop of Tasmania. As he retires he looks back on ...


Proposed move of Antarctic Division headquarters raises job and traffic congestion fears - The Mercury
Proposed move of Antarctic Division headquarters raises job and traffic congestion fears  The Mercury

KINGBOROUGH could lose up to 300 jobs and another major employer from the community if the Federal Government moves the Australian Antarctic Division to ...


Tasmanian pumped hydro sites identified for feasibility studies - ABC News
Tasmanian pumped hydro sites identified for feasibility studies  ABC News

The plan to make Tasmania the battery of Australia is well underway, with 14 sites identified for possible pumped hydro processing.


NQ Minerals' North-West tailings jobs boost, mining possible - The Advocate
NQ Minerals' North-West tailings jobs boost, mining possible  The Advocate

A nine-year North-West minerals recovery operation is expected to create 55 direct jobs, with potential for a longer lifespan and even new mining operations.


Australian Senate shows support for Tasmanian WIN staff - The Advocate
Australian Senate shows support for Tasmanian WIN staff  The Advocate

Tasmania's senators have put animosity to the side in a show of tripartite support for the state's WIN Network staff, who are facing an uncertain future in light of ...


Tasmania can't only rely on a growing population for an economic boost - The Conversation AU
Tasmania can't only rely on a growing population for an economic boost  The Conversation AU

While Tasmania is currently experiencing its highest rate of population growth since the global financial crisis, this won't necessarily lead to an automatic ...


Tasmanian Labor leader ­Rebecca White faces call for jobs surge - The Australian
Tasmanian Labor leader ­Rebecca White faces call for jobs surge  The Australian

Tasmanian Labor leader Rebecca White faces a test of her mainstream credentials, with party conference votes expected on a string of hard-left demands, ...


Northern Tasmania's future industries revealed in NTDC forecast - Tasmania Examiner
Northern Tasmania's future industries revealed in NTDC forecast  Tasmania Examiner

Agriculture, construction and manufacturing hold key to Northern Tasmania's economy.


The Tasmanian seafood industry has gone digital - The Advocate
The Tasmanian seafood industry has gone digital  The Advocate

The seafood industry has a new website to help the recruitment process.


Now is a good time to come back to Tasmania for those engineers that have gone elsewhere - The Mercury
Now is a good time to come back to Tasmania for those engineers that have gone elsewhere  The Mercury

Engineers Australia released its latest Engineering Vacancies Report last week, which showed that in the first six months of 2017, Tasmania has seen an ...


Young and keen to work? Launceston wants you to help drive the economy - ABC News
Young and keen to work? Launceston wants you to help drive the economy  ABC News

The Northern Tasmania Development Corporation warns Launceston faces a rapidly ageing population and skills shortages unless it attracts more young ...


Out-of work-shipbuilders urged to take opportunities in Tasmania at Incat - The Advertiser
Out-of work-shipbuilders urged to take opportunities in Tasmania at Incat  The Advertiser

AUSTRALIAS oldest shipbuilding company has thrown a lifeline to South Australian tradies while they wait for Adelaides future frigate work to kick in.


Tasmanian teachers prepare to walk off the job to fight for increased wages - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmanian teachers prepare to walk off the job to fight for increased wages  Tasmania Examiner

Two Northern schools have decided to remain open after first expecting to be closed.


'Piranhas in a pond': househunters scrap in Tasmania's property boom - The Guardian
'Piranhas in a pond': househunters scrap in Tasmania's property boom  The Guardian

Lured by the state government and buoyed by Hobart's burgeoning reputation, an influx of mainland buyers and renters is making prices soar.


Scrapping pokies in Tasmania risks ‘hundreds of jobs’, hospitality industry claims - The Guardian
Scrapping pokies in Tasmania risks ‘hundreds of jobs’, hospitality industry claims  The Guardian

Labor party election pledge would 'destroy' the pokies industry in Tasmania, says head of local hospitality association. Australian Associated Press. Fri 15 Dec ...


Investor saves jobs at Norske Skog paper mills including Tasmania’s Boyer plant - The Mercury
Investor saves jobs at Norske Skog paper mills including Tasmania’s Boyer plant  The Mercury

THE bankrupt Norwegian company that operates the Boyer paper mill has been saved by an independent investment firm. Norske Skog, which employs 280 ...


Tasmania 'left off the map' for public service jobs: Labor - Tasmania Examiner
Tasmania 'left off the map' for public service jobs: Labor  Tasmania Examiner

The state has missed out on a new round of public *service* jobs being offered across the country.


Macquarie Harbour salmon deaths called into question after fish farmer Petuna cuts 22 jobs - ABC News
Macquarie Harbour salmon deaths called into question after fish farmer Petuna cuts 22 jobs  ABC News

There are *fresh* questions about the mass deaths of salmon in Macquarie Harbour after major fish farmer Petuna sacks 22 staff.


Mining jobs to go at Rosebery as MMG takes over mine development work from Barminco - The Advocate
Mining jobs to go at Rosebery as MMG takes over mine development work from Barminco  The Advocate

MMG to take over all Rosebery Mine development work.