The latest MyState Tasmanian Economic Update confirms that the Hodgman Liberal Government’s long term Plan to stimulate the economy and create jobs is working.
Southern councils are being urged to apply for a government loans scheme which will allow important community infrastructure projects to be brought forward to stimulate the economy, create jobs and provide better local facilities.
The Hodgman Liberal Government is building Tasmania’s future with a Plan that prioritises jobs, stimulates the economy, eases cost of living pressures and is seeing investment in areas that are important to Tasmanians like health and education.
I have received advice that a Council cannot be dismissed before a Board of Inquiry has delivered its report to me.
The latest Census information has confirmed Tasmania’s population is growing at its fastest rate in six years.
The campaign by TasWater and LGAT against the Hodgman Liberal Government’s plan for cheaper water and sewerage prices and a quicker fix for the infrastructure is springing leaks at every connection.
Today’s passing of the Hodgman Liberal Government’s 2017-18 Budget through the Legislative Council is another vital step towards Building Tasmania’s Future
Tasmania deserves its fair share of the GST.
Creating jobs is the Hodgman Government’s top priority.
The Elphin Sports Centre is one of the north’s best used and most loved community and sporting facilities. In fact, it’s a facility that is almost being loved to death
The Hodgman Government’s number one priority is jobs and today’s ABS employment figures show that we are well and truly delivering.
The Hodgman Government is committed to creating jobs and economic opportunities in right around Tasmania
The Hodgman Government is committed to taking over TasWater to fix infrastructure, improve services and reduce costs.
The Hodgman Government’s long-term Plan is all about growing the economy and creating jobs.
I can confirm that the Government has taken advice from a range of sources, including the Solicitor-General and Treasury, regarding TasWater and the proposed TasWater takeover