Have your say on Covid-19 Vaccination Passports

Beng Poh

As more people become fully vaccinated against Covid-19 there is discussion about the introduction of \”Vaccination Passports\” whereby people who are fully vaccinated face few restrictions in their employment, socialising and travel. It is a complex issue with many different views amongst Tasmanian communities.

Distributed Energy Resources Survey

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TasNetworks is conducting a customer survey on Distributed Energy Resources (DER), to better understand how and when we use energy storage and generation technology such as solar PV (solar panels), batteries and electric vehicles.

City of Hobart: Draft Affordable Housing and Homelessness Commitment 2021-23

Beng Poh

City of Hobart is seeking feedback on its draft Affordable Housing and Homelessness Commitment, as part of its effort to identify and address the range of issues in relation to affordable and social housing and homelessness within the region. Community feedback via an online survey will be used to consider any changes or amendments to the draft commitment before presenting the final document to Council.

GRIT: Tasmanian Spirit on Screen

Wide Angle Tasmania

Wide Angle Tasmania invites you to engage your community members to contribute to the GRIT Gallery. It’s easy to get involved and your community will be part of a two-year statewide art project.

AICD: Tasmanian SME Scholarship Program

Beng Poh

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) is offering fully funded director education and development scholarship opportunities to 13 individuals making a positive impact within their organisations and communities.

International Overdose Awareness Day

Beng Poh

ATDC (Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council) invite you to be a part of ending overdose. Drug overdose continues to impact many Tasmanians. In the past five-years, more Tasmanians died from unintentional drug overdose than in car crashes.

Have your say on Bass Highway upgrades between Launceston and Devonport

Beng Poh

Community consultation has now opened on the latest corridor study (Bass Highway between Launceston and Devonport). The Bass Highway Corridor Strategy – Launceston to Devonport is part of the $280 million Bass Highway 10 Year Action Plan between Launceston and Marrawah, which is jointly funded by the Australian and Tasmanian Governments

Proposed Changes to Governance Standards

Beng Poh

The Federal Government wants to change governance standard three of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Regulation 2013, which details when a charity may be deregistered for not complying with Australian law.