White must explain $500 million black hole

You just can't trust Labor with money.

Glenorchy City Council election

Ballot papers for the Glenorchy City Council election will begin arriving in the mail from today.

White must explain ABS figures

The ridiculous nature of Labor's job-destroying pokies policy has been exposed by Australian Bureau of Statistics figures which shows that spending on alcohol and tobacco in Tasmania is almost ten times the amount lost on pokies.

What will White cut to pay for job-destroying pokies policy?

Opposition Leader Rebecca White must explain exactly how she will pay for her disastrous pokies policy.

Bookies highlight Labor's pokies failure

The Tasmanian Bookmakers Association have today highlighted the farcical failure of the Labor-Green pokies policy to reduce problem gambling.

Ex-pat return boosting population

ABS figures released today show that Tasmania has the strongest net interstate migration of any state in 2016-17.

Job numbers steady near record high levels

ABS data released today show that the trend of near record employment continues with 245,500 Tasmanians in work.

What's next?

Yesterday Labor adopted a Greens' policy to ban pokies.

September Quarterly Report confirms budget on track

The September Quarterly Report on the 2017-18 Budget has been released and is available on Treasury’s website.

Infrastructure Australia report suggests water prices could double under the current ownership structure

The majority Hodgman Liberal Government makes no apologies whatsoever for seeking to intervene to keep water prices down.

Tasmanian economy growing under majority Hodgman Liberal Government

ABS data released today shows that the economy is growing under the Hodgman Government.

Labor has a history of selling government businesses – at least ten government businesses sold between 1998 and 2014

It’s clear that Labor is considering selling off more tax payer owned businesses to prop up their election spending.

O’Byrne confirms Labor is considering selling TasNetworks

In a startling admission, de facto Labor leader, Michelle O’Byrne has revealed Labor is considering selling TasNetworks to fund their election promises.

TasWater price increase

Tasmanians struggling under the rising cost of living has been dealt another blow with confirmation that water prices will rise by over four percent a year for the next three years.


The Government remains absolutely committed to our Plan to take control of TasWater, because we believe it is in the best interests of the state.

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