The Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council (TMEC) in conjunction with the AusIMM Women in Mining Network Tasmania (WIMnet) will launch the 2017 Tasmanian Women in Resources Awards this Thursday in Launceston. The awards recognize the excellent work being done by women in the resources sector in Tasmania and will be officially launched by Sarah Courtney MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier.
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The TMEC office will be closed from COB Friday 18th December 2015 through until COB Friday 8th January 2016, reopening on Monday 11th January 2016. The Board and Secretariat would like to wish you a safe and happy Christmas and all the best of the New Year.
The Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council (TMEC) fully endorses the very valid points which the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Warren Truss, has put to Parliament in support of the very necessary reforms required to increase productivity and efficiency to deliver an appropriate level of international competivity with regard to Coastal Shipping in Australia.
The year-long fight to keep Hydro Tasmania’s oldest power station as a working tourist attraction has been proved justified.
West Coast Mayor Phil Vickers understands the importance of the mining industry. Mayor Vickers provides updates on his frequent mining tours in his weekly report for The Advocate newspaper. This time he visited Blue Stone Mines, also known as Renison. He wrote: