International credit ratings agency, Standard and Poor’s, has confirmed that the Hodgman Government has the budget under control and the State is heading in the right direction
Today I will be discussing the game-changing UTas investments in Inveresk and Burnie with representatives from Australia’s university sector.
The Hodgman Government has a long-term Plan for Tasmania and new figures released by the ABS today show that it is clearly working.
The Gaming Control Amendment (Community Interest) Bill 2016 was passed unamended by the Legislative Council tonight.
ABS figures released today show that Tasmania has seen a third consecutive month of jobs growth, with more than 100 jobs created in October.
The tabling today of the TT-Line Vessel Replacement Fund Bill will ensure Tasmania is well placed to meet the future replacement cost of the Spirits
The Hodgman Government's commitment to creating jobs and supporting our manufacturing sector
Today’s protest rally over planning reform is another clear sign that Labor and the Greens are still joined at the hip.
The Hodgman Government is committed to job creation and attracting investment.
The Hodgman Government is committed to fixing the budget mess that we inherited from Labor and the Greens so that we can invest more in frontline services
The Government is pleased to announce the inaugural chair of the Commission is Ms Kerry Adby.
Tasmania has received its best report card in nearly five years, according to CommSec’s latest “State of the States” report.
Four hundred more jobs have been created in Tasmania in the past month, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics’ figures.
“Tasmania continues to turn in a solid performance”, according to the latest Deloitte Access Economics Business Outlook report.
The Hodgman Government has got the Budget back on track and back in the black through careful and disciplined management.