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Last Post honour for Launceston WWI soldier

Launceston-born soldier Keith Heritage will have his story told at a significant Last Post ceremony at the Australian War Memorial on Monday, 4 August 2014, as part of the commemorations for the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. Bass MP Andrew Nikolic said that Captain Keith Heritage has been selected for this […]

Have your say on the National Landcare Program

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Registrations close on Thursday for a community information session in Launceston on the Federal Government’s National Landcare Program.

The session will be held on Friday 8 August at the Tramsheds Function Centre at Inveresk.

Bass MP Andrew Nikolic said the information session would provide details of opportunities available in the National Landcare Program and how people can get involved.
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$11m fund supporting new investment in Bass

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Bass MP Andrew Nikolic has encouraged local businesses in Northern Tasmania to create projects to diversify the local economy, with an application under the Australian Government’s $11 million Innovation and Investment Fund for Tasmania,.

“This fund is an important part of a regional economic diversification package for Tasmania and will support local businesses to deliver sustainable industry opportunities, help diversify Tasmania’s economy and create new jobs,” Mr Nikolic said.
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Tasmanian business leaders to advise Major Projects Agency

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Two prominent Tasmanian business people have been appointed to a board to advise the newly created Tasmanian Major Projects Approval Agency.

Minister for Industry Ian Macfarlane said the Agency will attract new investment to the State and is a key element of the Government’s Economic Growth Plan for Tasmania.READ MORE