Latest News from the Tasmanian Liberals
The Liberal Government is getting on with the job of delivering our long-term Plan to grow the economy and create jobs.
This week in Parliament is D-Day for Labor on forestry, with the Tasmanian Forest Agreement repeal bill to be brought on for debate on Wednesday.
I am incredibly proud to support Tasmania's Commonwealth Games hopefuls in their bid to represent their state and country in Glasgow.
Thirteen Tasmanian athletes are up for selection across five of the 17 sports including boxing, hockey and track and field. That number is on track to exceed the seven Tasmanian athletes who competed at the 2010 Games in Delhi, India.
Construction of a new Dunalley Primary School is expected to be completed mid next year.
This weekend the Liberal Government will be calling for tenders to rebuild this important community asset which was destroyed by bushfire in January 2013.
The Liberal Government has supported the National Broadband Network since day one.
We have strongly advocated for greater use of Aurora Energy's expertise and above-ground assets as a way to help the NBN rollout to succeed and ensure Tasmanians get the high-speed broadband they deserve.
The Governing Council of THO South has told the Government it no longer has confidence in Jane Holden's ability to perform the role of acting CEO of THO South.
The Government accepts this view and accepts the Governing Council's recommendation to remove Ms Holden from the position of acting CEO of THO South
Today I had the pleasure of officially opening Fruit Growers Tasmania's 2014 Conference 'Growing our Markets – From the Farm Gate to the World'.
Fruit is vital to Tasmania's agriculture and export future, with nine per cent of the gross value of agriculture production being generated by the industry.
In 2013 Labor and the Greens extended the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area to include forests they claimed were ‘pristine and untouched wilderness’.
However, their own claims about some of the areas included in the extension reveal the extent of this sham process and enhance the Coalition’s case that the existing estate would be enhanced by removing areas that detract from the outstanding universal values.