A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will take action to level the housing affordability playing field by introducing a tax on foreign purchases of land and residential property.
Labor has redlined the spendometer after just 12 days on the campaign trail.
A re-elected Hodgman majority Liberal Government will help address the increasing demand for skilled workers across a number of sectors - including water and sewerage - by investing $7 million to establish a Trades and Water Centre of Excellence.
Rebecca White is running out of friends when it comes to her pokies policy.
A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will deliver more than $142.66 million in road improvements for the State's North that will improve safety and travel times.
Labor Leader Rebecca White's refusal yesterday to guarantee that Labor will keep the budget in surplus confirms that Labor simply can't deliver on their promises.
Both Tasmanian households and Councils will benefit from the Government's sweetened TasWater takeover plan, which I am releasing today.
Respected economist, Saul Eslake has revealed that Labor will need to raise taxes to pay for their spending.
After seven days on the campaign trail, Labor's spendometer is bleeding red ink, just like last time they were in Government.
Labor leader Rebecca White is clearly clueless when it comes to managing a Budget and has been caught out at her CEDA speech yesterday.
In a startling interview on LAFM* this morning, Ms White all but confirmed she's effectively financially illiterate and can't be trusted with the budget.
Tasmanians know they can't trust Labor with money.
Labor's failure to support the Government's plans to reduce the impact of payroll tax show that Labor is all about higher taxes on Tasmanians.
Tomorrow, at her CEDA address, the leader of the opposition must outline her plan for jobs and economic growth.
Tasmanian businesses will benefit from a re-elected majority Liberal Government’s plan to cut payroll tax.