The Auditor-General’s report into procurement at the Glenorchy City Council is very concerning.
It is my pleasure to celebrate the work of the Tasmanian housing industry by presenting awards at the HIA Housing and Kitchen & Bathroom Awards Dinner tonight.
Evidence is mounting about the damage to jobs by taking pokies out of pubs and clubs.
The Hodgman Government will always stand up for Tasmania's interests and for our fair share of GST funding.
It is simply absurd that Labor has endorsed a candidate in the Pembroke by-election who is openly anti-gaming, yet they continue to claim that they somehow don’t have a gaming policy.
The Government will defer the TasWater takeover vote, currently scheduled for the next sitting of the Legislative Council in mid-October, until after the Pembroke by-election.
The Hodgman Government’s number one priority is jobs.
I am incredibly honoured to accept the position of Minister for State Growth following the Premier’s announcement today.
Under the Hodgman Government’s long-term Plan, Tasmania’s population is growing at the fastest rate since early 2011.
In an extraordinary own goal, TasWater has highlighted that water and sewerage prices will be cheaper under a Government takeover.
TasWater Chair Miles Hampton has confirmed that water prices will continue to go up and up unless the Tasmanian Government takes control.
The Hodgman Liberal Government has a Plan for Tasmania, and we have been working hard since coming to Office three and a half years ago to strengthen the State’s economy and create jobs.
Yesterday, the Governor accepted the Government’s recommendation and appointed Neroli Ellis as Commissioner and Deputy President of the Tasmanian Industrial Commission.
Six months from an election, comments from the Labor-friendly unions and Green-leaning Australia Institute need to be taken with more than a grain of salt.
The Hodgman Government has supported a number of councils to model the benefits and impacts of voluntary amalgamation and/or resource sharing.