Yesterday, the Governor accepted the Government’s recommendation and appointed Neroli Ellis as Commissioner and Deputy President of the Tasmanian Industrial Commission.
Six months from an election, comments from the Labor-friendly unions and Green-leaning Australia Institute need to be taken with more than a grain of salt.
The Hodgman Government has supported a number of councils to model the benefits and impacts of voluntary amalgamation and/or resource sharing.
Labor Leader Rebecca White must come clean on Labor’s position on gaming.
Labor has no credibility on the cost of living- last time they were in Government, electricity prices rose 65 per cent.
Over the past 12 months, Tasmania has had the fastest jobs growth in the country, with a massive four per cent increase in the number of people employed.
Provided the opportunity to explain Labor’s gaming policy in Parliament today, Opposition Leader Rebecca White could manage only a paltry 6 minutes 18 seconds.
I am pleased that the Hodgman Government’s legislation to takeover TasWater has cleared its first hurdle.
Elwick MLC, Josh Willie, needs to state once and for all what Labor’s policy on pokies is.
Labor’s position on water and sewerage, as outlined yesterday, would mean upgrades to water and sewerage infrastructure would be slower and water and sewerage bills for all Tasmanians would be higher.
Labor leader Rebecca White needs to come out of hiding and explain Labor’s position on pokies.
Tasmania’s failing water and sewerage infrastructure is hurting Tasmanian families.
Today the Hodgman Liberal Government is releasing the draft legislation it will present to Parliament in order to take over TasWater.
Tasmania has cemented itself into 4th spot nationally in CommSec’s latest State of the States report.
Days after releasing draft legislation on the Mt Wellington cable car, Labor has gone into hiding and is refusing to comment.