Australian Energy Regulator’s Draft Decision on the TasNetworks Transmission and Distribution Determination 2019 to 2024
Draft Guidelines on the participation of the proposed represented person in guardianship proceedings
TasCOSS’s Budget Priorities Statement for 2019/2020 is focused on delivering an inclusive growth strategy for Tasmania that will tackle the barriers preventing all Tasmanians from unlocking their potential.
More than 90 representatives from Tasmania’s community sector banded together at Blundstone Arena Function Centre across two-days to engage in a number of vision-based workshops, each designed to facilitate collaborative thinking.
TasCOSS works with our members to support our state’s 10,000-strong community services industry workforce. By joining TasCOSS, you are joining a diverse group of citizens who stand up for equality, brave leadership and our shared humanity.
Read a summary of TasCOSS activities during 2017/18.
TasCOSS Members are now able to access the 1 Dec 2017 pay tables from Jobs Australia by logging into the TasCOSS website.
The potential of one-quarter of our people to participate in the social and economic opportunities our state offers and to live a good life is denied them by barriers that are not of their making. Turning that around would be a game-changer for the future of our state.