As the busy season and high level of activity continues across the industry the THA as your industry representative body has previously advised all members of the random education and compliance campaign undertaken by the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) in the Launceston and North East region of Tasmania. As you are aware the THA as the affiliated associate with AHA our national body, have a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Fair Work and we work in liaison with them to ensure we provide a proactive risk mitigation support service to members and the industry.
The iconic Grand Chancellor of Launceston stands tall on Cameron Street, being an icon of Launceston. Home to dining, various events and even weddings, the interior is designed with class in mind.
Frogmore Creek is one of the most awarded wineries in all of Tasmania. Located in a prime location deep in Cambridge, the scenery is perfect for wining and dining. With four unique brands to try, your inner oenophile will be more than satisfied
THA Members, corporate partners and industry friends, we would like to welcome you to the February edition of Hospitality Review. The first edition in the new year of 2019, we’ve got a lot to put in this one.
This edition includes a word from Steve Old, talking about how 2019 is looking for the THA, loads of articles giving tips and updates on the general hospitality scene, an update from Nick Roney and much more!
‘The Gold Coast of Tasmania’ is the subject this episode, as the group learns more about the community on the east. This episode features an essential ‘Coffee with Oldie’ featuring Jane Howlett, MLC of Prosser. The pair talk about the electorate of Prosser, family life and a lot more.
Nick Daking tells all in this edition of Humans of Hospitality. The Launceston Alderman tells us about his journey to become one of Launceston’s most prominent publicans, and why he chooses to work in the hospitality industry.