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Tasmania sets up UN stoush over logging - The Australian
Tasmania sets up UN stoush over logging
The World Heritage Committee's decision calls on Australia ?to ensure that commercial logging and mining are not permitted within the entire property? and vows to send a delegation to Tasmania to investigate. Former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown ...
UN calls for ban on logging and mining in Tasmania's world heritage areaThe Guardian
Tas Govt rules out new mining ventures in World Heritage area after UNESCO ...ABC Online
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NBN contractor cuts jobs in Tasmania
"The revised mix of work means we need to change current staffing ratios," she told News Corp Australia, adding that there may be redeployment opportunities. Tasmanian Labor MP Julie Collins said the job cuts show the coalition's lack of oversight and ...
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NBN Tasmania contractor sacks 60 workers
Just weeks after signing a contract worth more than AU$270 million, NBN's key Tasmanian construction contractor, Visionstream, has sacked 60 workers. Visionstream announced on Wednesday that its workforce would be cut. Communications union ...
60 jobs cut by NBN contractor in TasmaniaNEWS.com.au
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Infrastructure Tasmania boss Allan Garcia considers new bridge and light rail ...
... irrigation investments, there are few major projects on the cards in Tasmania. Infrastructure Australia currently focuses only on projects worth at least $100 million, although it is considering taking on smaller projects in Tasmania and the ...
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Victoria and Tasmania home to Australia's most affordable suburbs
... Queenstown (TAS), Rosebery (TAS) and Sea Lake (VIC) which had median house prices between $89,000-$97,000. Commissioned by NAB and property analytics provider CoreLogic RP Data, the report found that Australian capital city home values have ...
Power restored to thousands of households after wild winds batter Tasmania
Power has been restored to thousands of homes and businesses in Tasmania after wild weather around the state. Severe winds which caused outages for up to 15,000 TasNewtors customers have eased. No major damage was recorded, but thousands of ...
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