Tas eyes fast-tracked infrastructure build
Tasmania is expected to next week unveil details of a fast-tracked infrastructure program aimed at kickstarting the state's economy amid COVID-19.
Which Approach to Non-Complying Products is Best?
Since the Grenfell tragedy in London and the Lacrosse apartment debacle in Melbourne, politicians of all stripes have been under pressure to act on combustible cladding...
The Sleepwalking States: Why is Security of Payment Going Ignored?
What is happening in Tasmania, South Australia, and the ACT?
Tasmania Skills Shortage to Slow Water Infrastructure
Tasmania's government says it can fix the state's ailing water infrastructure in five years but concedes it needs help from mainland workers to get there.
Tasmania Opens Tender Call for Highway Upgrade
The federal and Tasmanian governments are calling for tenders for the Midland Highway upgrade to make safe a stretch of road that's seen multiple head-on collisions.
Tasmania: Boxing Above its Weight on Jobs!
With the Australian unemployment rate taking economists by surprise and recording an unexpected drop in January from 5.8 to 5.7 per cent seasonally adjusted, something equally...
Tasmanian Government Rules out Asset Sale to Fund Infrastructure
The Tasmanian government has ruled out the sale of assets to help clear a crippling unfunded superannuation debt.
Coroner Calls for Changes to Hobart’s Tasman Bridge
The Tasmanian government needs to spend between $8 million and $76 million to make Hobart's Tasman Bridge suicide-proof, a coroner says.
Tasmania Introduces Building Dispute Mediation
Builders and consumers in Tasmania will be encouraged to resolve disputes through mediation under changes to domestic building contracts in that state.
Workers Walk at Hobart Hospital Over Pay
More than one hundred plasterers have indefinitely walked off the job at Hobart's major hospital over a pay dispute but the end date for the redevelopment...
Tasmania Govt Announces $340m Prison Investment
The Tasmanian government will spend $340 million to build new prison facilities in the state's north and south if re-elected, the premier has promised.