Esk Main Road Junction

$500m Midland Highway 10 Year Action Plan unveiled

THE Australian and Tasmanian governments last week said they are delivering a safer and more efficient north-south passenger and freight corridor for Tasmania following the unveiling of the jointly funded $500 million Midland Highway 10-Year Action Plan.

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Hobart, Tasmania

Interim planning scheme for Hobart declared

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week declared the new Hobart Interim Planning Scheme 2015, which comes into effect on 20 May 2015.

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Tasmania from Space

Tasmanian Government releases Population Discussion Paper

TASMANIAN State Growth Minister Matthew Groom last week said the State Government is committed to increasing the state's population to 650,000 people by 2050 to drive economic growth, create jobs and improve the standard of living for all Tasmanians.

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'Light trails', Tasman Bridge, Hobart

CEO of Infrastructure Tasmania appointed

THE Tasmanian Government last week said it is getting on with its plan to make the state attractive for investment and to create jobs, following the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer for the newly created Infrastructure Tasmania (ITas).

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Pine Lake, Central Highlands, Tasmania

Two more tourism projects in Tasmania proceed to second stage of assessment process

TASMANIAN Environment, Parks and Heritage Minister Matthew Groom last week announced that two more proposals have been selected to proceed to the second stage of the government's Expressions of Interest process for sensitive and appropriate tourism offerings in National Parks and the World Heritage Area.

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Franklin River, Tasmania

Tasmanian Government receives 37 proposals for development in national parks

THE Tasmanian Government has received 37 expressions of interest from investors and tourism operators to develop new tourism infrastructure in the state's National Parks and World Heritage Area, with at least 24 of these proposals recommended for progression to the next stage of the process.

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