The long-awaited sale of a Tasmanian nickel mine has signaled the start of a planned reopening.
Planning approval has been granted for a $100 million luxury resort to be built on the headlands of Table Cape, in North West Tasmania.
The company behind a Tasmanian tin and copper mine is raising funding to expand its operations.
A Tasmanian copper mine could be back in production, with a full workforce of 300, within 18 months.
The proponent of a Tasmanian open cut tin mine has told Projectory that moves are afoot to recommence operations and discussions are already happening with potential suppliers and contractors.
The project manager of a proposed $270 million wind farm project in Tasmania’s west has told Projectory that approval looks likely to be given in a matter of weeks.
The managing director of the company developing a tin mine in western Tasmania has told Projectory that a mining lease has been granted, significantly advancing the commencement of operations.
Work is set to commence on a new $30 million irrigation scheme to service Tasmania’s dairy country, following the awarding of two key contracts.
Plans for the expansion of a Tasmanian tin mine are progressing as approvals are granted and production steps up.
Construction of a $120 million Tasmanian waterfront precinct, which will include a hotel, apartments and public space is one step closer, with the signing off on concept plans for phase three.