Labour force figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics show full time employment in Tasmania has grown by 1,400 over the year to March 2018, with 500 full time jobs created last month.
The Hodgman Liberal Government welcomes the positive Sensis Business Index March 2018 quarter results showing Tasmania’s small and medium sized businesses (SMB) are the most confident in the nation.
Labor’s proposed capital gains tax grab on investment properties will hurt Tasmanian families looking to rent or buy their home.
Sorell is one of the fast growing regions in Tasmania, however, local sports and recreational facilities are not keeping pace with demand.
The service of alcohol at gaming machines is a matter for the independent Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission.
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam and Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein have joined the business community to launch a working group focused on getting our fair share of Australian Public Service jobs to Tasmania, as part of the Australian Governments decentralisation process.
The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Building Activity data shows a sharp increase in the number of dwellings being constructed in Tasmania.
At the election the Hodgman Liberal Government won a clear mandate for our Plan to combat Hobart’s traffic congestion and we are getting on with the job of delivering it.
Today’s announcement regarding GST relativities comes as no surprise.
Today’s population figures are a clear sign of confidence in the direction Tasmania is heading.
The Premier Will Hodgman today convened an urgent summit to address Tasmania’s housing shortage.
Cracks are emerging in the anti-pokies campaign with Pat Caplice from Rein in The Pokies appearing to soften his position, while Labor remain stubbornly welded to their failed election policy.
Statistics released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today confirm that Tasmania’s economy is one of the best performing in Australia.
Labor's so-called Financial Statement released late today is a complete joke and nothing more than a random selection of numbers thrown on the page.
Today I am releasing a comprehensive financial statement that clearly outlines the cost of our election commitments and how we will pay for them.