The Government is committed to creating jobs for Tasmanians and today I’m pleased to announce that we have secured 50 new jobs as part of a partnership with DXC Technology.
Minutes from last week’s LGAT meeting reveal that local councils were advised that the Government’s TasWater takeover would be cheaper for customers and fix the system quicker
Today’s ABS employment figures show that the Hodgman Government’s long-term Plan is delivering.
I note today’s vote by councils in favour of higher water prices and a slower infrastructure fix.
Tonight's Federal Budget is a welcome "no surprises" budget for Tasmania.
The Liberal Government is proud to support the expansion of Northern Tasmania’s growing festival and community event scene.
Jobs are the Hodgman Government’s number one priority and this year’s budget will feature a significant economic stimulus.
In a letter to the Government TasWater’s chair, Miles Hampton, clearly spells out the TasWater infrastructure crisis and calls for urgent action before the situation gets worse.
On ABC radio this morning, the TasWater Chair Miles Hampton has confirmed that the proposed Government takeover of TasWater will deliver cheaper bills.
I’m absolutely astounded that Mr Downie has the gall to issue a media release about lower prices for TasWater customers.
Today we have heard first-hand the impact that Tasmania’s failing water and sewerage infrastructure is having on regional Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Government is seeking feedback on a draft bill that will amend the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 to help plan for Tasmania’s future land use needs.
The CommSec State of the States Report confirms Tasmania’s economic revival and shows that the Hodgman Government’s long-term Plan is delivering for Tasmania.
The Hodgman Liberal Government’s number one priority is jobs, and our Plan has seen Tasmania’s unemployment rate fall to 5.8 per cent, lower than the national average of 5.9 per cent.
The City Deal for Launceston signed today will deliver jobs and economic growth for the North and a brighter future for Launceston.