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location matters

location matters is produced by the Information and Land Services Division and aims to provide professionals and the general public with interesting articles and news about land information in Tasmania. It was launched in May 2010 and is published twice a year.

We encourage you to provide feedback or ideas for future issues and hope you take advantage of this opportunity to keep in touch.

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Location Matters Edition 7 cover
Download location <i>matters</i> - Edition 7 - August 2013 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 7 - August 2013
(PDF: 2.99 MB / 8 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • Dunalley fire - ES-GIS response
  • Spatial Information Foundations Project
  • Changing of the guard - a tribute to Surveyor General Peter Murphy
  • Cadastral upgrade
  • TASSIC's new strategic plan



Location Matters Edition 6 - December 12 cover
Download location <i>matters</i> - Edition 6 - December 2012 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 6 - December 2012
(PDF: 1.23 MB / 8 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • Early Treasures exhibition - preserving the past for the future
  • Spatial Information Foundations Project - featuring a new topographic basemap
  • News from the Land Titles Office
  • Coming soon - Place Names Tasmania website


Location Matters Edition 5 - June 12 cover
Download location <i>matters</i> -  Edition 5 - June 2012 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 5 - June 2012
(PDF: 1.22 MB / 8 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • The end of an era
  • Technological transformation for the LIST
  • Healthy data, happy tourists
  • Archiving project


Location Matters No. 4 Cover
Download location <i>matters</i> - Edition 4 - December 2011 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 4 - December 2011
(PDF: 3.70 MB / 8 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • Spatial Innovation Showcase
  • TASMAP user survey
  • Bushfire planning
  • Electronic conveyancing


Location Matters Edition 3 Cover
Download location <i>matters</i> - Edition 3 - June 2011 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 3 - June 2011
(PDF: 1.18 MB / 8 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • Historic street maps - James Sprent's legacy lives on
  • Emergency management - a critical role for GIS
  • Location intelligence - supporting policing in Tasmania
  • CLAC on track - new reserves for Tasmania
  • Client Services - profile and contact details
  • Service Tasmania - responding to customer needs


location matters cover December 2010
Download location <i>matters</i> - Edition 2 - December 2010 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 2 - December 2010
(PDF: 4.79 MB / 11 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • TASSIC - getting the fundamentals right
  • A glimpse back in time
  • Leading the way in valuation
  • CORS for celebration


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Download location <i>matters</i> - Edition 1 - May 2010 as a PDF  location matters - Edition 1 - May 2010
(PDF: 4.99 MB / 8 pages) 
 

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In this issue:
  • Mapping for growth - Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas - Edition 8
  • Aerial photography - a bird’s eye view of the world
  • Land information - our one-stop shop
  • Emergency Alert - advising communities


Direct enquiries to:

Manager - Client Services

Information and Land Services
GPO Box 44, Hobart, Tas, 7001
Telephone: (03) 6233 3568
Fax: (03) 6233 6568
Email: geodata.clientservices@dpipwe.tas.gov.au


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