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Browsing authors from Tasmania. Department of Main Roads

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Tasmania. Department of Main Roads 7
Notes:
  • In 1989, the Dept. of Main Roads and Transport Tasmania were amalgamated to form the Dept. of Roads and Transport . Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication
Tasmania. Department of Mines 296
Notes:
  • The Dept of Mines existed from 1882 to July 1989. It became the Dept. of Resources and Energy from 17 July 1989 and existed until 1992. Dept. of Mines was formed again in Feb. 1992 and existed as such until Feb. 1993. In Feb. 1993, the Dept. of State Development and Resources was formed and within a few months the new Dept. was renamed Tasmania Development and Resources and the Division of Mines was renamed Mineral Resources Tasmania (MRT). From Dec 1994 to March 1996 Tasmania Development and Resources was renamed Tasmania Development and Resources Industry Safety & Mines. From March 1996 to Sept 1998 Mineral Resources Tasmania was part of Tasmania Development and Resources. From Sept 1998 Mineral Resources Tasmania became part of Dept. of Infrastructure Energy and Resources. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication
Tasmania. Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage 118
Notes:
  • In 1989 parts of the Dept. of Lands, Parks and Wildlife and parts of the Dept. of the Environment were joined to form the new Dept. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at time of publication
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