The Liberal Government is getting on with the job of fixing Tasmania's budget while ensuring the vulnerable are protected.
The latest ABS figures show positive signs for jobs under the Liberal Government.
Labor needs to be upfront with Tasmanians and take responsibility for the budget mess they have left behind.
The Liberal Government is committed to fixing the budget mess left by Labor and the Greens.
The Liberal Government is committed to rebuilding the budget day by day, dollar by dollar.
The Liberal Government is getting on with the job of delivering on our Plan for jobs and growth which was endorsed by the Tasmanian people at the state election.
A single state-wide planning scheme is a key component of the Liberal Government's long term Plan to make Tasmania more attractive for investment and to create jobs.
The Liberal Government is backing Tasmanian businesses
The Liberal Government's commitment to fixing the budget mess will be supported by a freeze on board fees.
Our number one priority is jobs and it's encouraging that in the first month of the Liberal Government 1,100 additional jobs were created.
It's also a positive sign that the participation rate is rising, because increasing participation means people are more confident that there are jobs.
While monthly figures can be volatile and caution is necessary, these early results are a welcome sign confidence is returning.
Before the election, Labor and the Greens brought down a budget that included reducing the size of the bureaucracy by a further 1,000 FTEs, but now they are pretending they know nothing about it.
Opposition Leader Bryan Green must own up to cuts the former Government left behind in the state budget.
The State Government will challenge the recent 14.1 per cent wage increase awarded to paramedics by the Tasmanian Industrial Commission
There has been some misreporting about the 1,000 FTE reduction referred to in yesterday's Budget Risks Report.
Today I released the Budget Update and Risk Report, and the March Quarterly Report.