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Department of State Growth


Department of State Growth

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industry to grow

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Advice and resources for Tasmanian businesses

All the information and services you need to help you start, run and grow your business in Tasmania.

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Grants and funding

Find grants or funding opportunities for your business or industry.

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Policies and strategies for growth

Policies and strategies designed to grow the economy for all Tasmanians.

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The Department of State Growth produces a variety of free corporate and industry publications.

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State Roads

Tasmania’s road network is managed to connect communities and enable the safe, reliable and efficient transport of people and goods.

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Vehicle registration and licensing

Information about registering or transferring vehicle(s) and holding a driver licence in Tasmania

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Submissions invited for Solar Feed-in Tariff Review

As part of the Tasmanian Government’s commitment to deliver secure and reliable electricity supply and lower the cost of electricity for Tasmanian households and small businesses, the current Solar Feed-in Tariff is being reviewed.

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Critical safety issue - Takata Airbags

Failure to take immediate action on vehicles fitted with faulty Takata airbags is risking serious injury, death or registration suspension. Check your vehicle now.

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The Bruny Island ferry service contract

SeaLink Travel Group Limited (SeaLink) has been awarded the contract to operate the Bruny Island ferry services for at least the next 10 years.

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Opportunity for Tasmanian artists

As part of its program to prevent violence against women and promote respectful relationships, equality and diversity, the Department of Growth is looking to purchase or commission a work of visual art for its White Ribbon Night on 26 July at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

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Launceston Driver Assessment Centre on the move

From Friday 22 June the Driver Assessment Centre in Launceston will move to 171 Westbury Road, Prospect.

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Asian trade and investment mission

The Premier and the Minister for Primary Industries and Water will be leading an upcoming mission between 10 - 17 September 2018.

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