A sassy Tasmanian Devil called Juniper is the face of Spirit of Tasmania’s new Chatbot which was launched today. The Facebook Messenger campaign will engage and inspire new audiences to drive on board Spirit of Tasmania and enjoy road tripping through Tasmania.
Tasmanian motorists are being urged to support fuel retailers that are offering prices below $1.40 a litre, after weeks of continued high prices hitting hip pockets around the state.
Tasmanians can now feel safer in and around the water at Kingston Beach thanks to a grant from the RACT Community Fund.
Only 10 per cent of child restraints in Tasmanian vehicles checked by RACT in the past five months have been fitted correctly.
Members of the public are being asked to review and vote on five possible scenarios – ranging from small and large-scale infrastructure projects to a city of the future incorporating public and active transport, ferries and autonomous vehicle technology – for the 30-year future vision for mobility in Greater Hobart.