The Tasmanian Government has opened the next round of its User Choice Program, which includes $20 million to subsidise the cost for training apprentices and trainees.
Two new initiatives are being introduced to help provide the skills to meet demand in delivering Tasmania’s 10-year infrastructure pipeline.
New South Wales is the leading state when it comes to infrastructure investment for the second year running, according to the Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor released by industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The Tasmanian Government is calling for tenders for phase one of road works aimed at improving traffic flow for Midway Point, Sorrell and the Southern Beaches.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by representatives from the Tasmanian and south west Western Australian members of the national Regional Development Australia network to establish a collaborative working relationship.