On one side of this island, taxpayers will foot a clean-up bill. Developers are invited on the other

In Australia's largest island national park, taxpayers will be forced to spend $1.3 million cleaning up a resort in ruins while the Queensland Government courts companies to build more eco-accommodation on the other side of the island.

‘Not at all ideal’: Hobart Lord Mayor says final say is council’s

The Tasmanian Government has granted an authority to override a Hobart City Council block on a cable car company investigating land near the city tip for its kunanyi/Mt Wellington cable car proposal, with the Lord Mayor warning the final decision on land use will be the council's.

‘Not at all ideal’: Tasmanian Government overrides Hobart Council on cable car permissions

The Tasmanian Government has granted an authority to override a Hobart City Council block on a cable car company investigating land near the city tip for its kunanyi/Mt Wellington cable car proposal, with the Lord Mayor warning the final decision on land use will be the council's.