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The Regional Climate Change Adaptation Strategy has been released by the Minister for Climate Change. The Strategy developed through the Regional Climate Change Adaptation Project has its genesis in the corporate climate change adaptation plans developed for each of the 12 southern councils through the program. Common risks and adaptation objectives across the 12 councils […]

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Download the Community Survey responses. The Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority, with funding support from the Federal Government’s Local Government Reform Fund, has appointed an independent panel to work through the issue of what would be the best structure for local government in Southern Tasmania in the future. The Independent Panel, has commenced its task of […]

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Download the STCA Annual Plan 2009-2010 [PDF — 400Kb]

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Appointments to Board of Southern Region Tourism Association The twelve Southern Councils, as financial contributors to Tasmania’s South Regional Tourism Association (Tas South), have the right to appoint three of the seven Directors on the Tas South Board. Tas South operates through the business unit known as Totally South Tourism – tourism development and marketing, […]

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Download the March 2009 Quarterly Report [PDF 420Kb]

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Download the December 2008 Quarterly Report [PDF 320Kb]

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Download the March 2008 quarterly report [580b PDF] here

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The Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority (STCA) has ramped up its campaign for the AusLink Network in Tasmania to be extended to include the Brooker Highway into Hobart and the Tasman Highway to the Hobart International Airport. In releasing its submission on the Commonwealth Government’s draft AusLink Tasmanian Corridor Strategy, Chair of the STCA, and Lord […]

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One of the outcomes of the first stage of the “Improving NRM decision making” project funded by NRM South through their Australian Government funding was to develop a document that identified the range of “Drivers” for Natural Resource Management in the Region. This document may be of interest to those people who are engaged in […]

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Download a copy of the STCA submission for the Reform of Tasmania’s water and sewerage sector.

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