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10,600 jobs created under majority Hodgman Government

The Hodgman Government’s number one priority is jobs.

Bacon caught out on online gaming hypocrisy

Bumbling Shadow Treasurer Scott Bacon must explain why he is acting to ban poker machines in pubs and clubs, but not acting on online gambling, which is increasing rapidly.

Gambling, EGM expenditure down according to latest independent study

Gambling in Tasmania has continued to decline, according to the latest SEIS study, which I am releasing today.

White confirms will scrap wages cap, wreck budget

After months of trying to dodge the issue, the Leader of the Opposition Ms White has finally come clean on public sector wages – revealing to the Australian newspaper today that she will “scrap” the two percent wages cap.*

Bumbling Bacon must explain backflip on venue-operator model

Labor’s bumbling Shadow Treasurer, Scott Bacon must explain why he is now opposing something he voted for three months ago.

Gaming report

I was informed this morning that the SEIS report was received by Treasury on the 22nd of December.

Sky scrapers out of major projects legislation

The Hodgman Government has a Plan to Build Your Future.

Response to Michelle O'Byrne

Q: Who wrote the Government’s gaming policy? A: Peter Gutwein Q: Who wrote Labor’s gaming policy? A: The Greens

Bumbling Bacon admits Tasmania worse off under Labor

Bumbling Shadow Treasurer Scott Bacon has blundered again, admitting that Tasmania would be worse off under a Labor-Green minority government.

Bacon’s duplicity called out

The Bumbling Shadow Treasurer, Scott Bacon, has been caught out being duplicitous, opposing something he voted for just three months ago.

Liberals will fight for Tasmania’s fair share of GST

In spite of Labor’s scare-mongering today, the Hodgman Liberal Government will fight tooth and nail for Tasmania’s fair share of the GST.

Grant available to help boost Tasmania’s population

Yesterday the Hodgman Liberal Government launched the You in a Year campaign to encourage that population growth and today we are announcing the Population Small Grants program to leverage off it.

You in a Year – Lifestyle and opportunity attracting people to Tasmania

Tasmania’s economy is going from strength to strength. Our business and consumer confidence is amongst the highest in the country and we have an enviable way of life.

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.

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More jobs lost, unemployment queue getting longer by the day

New NAB report shows more jobs losses are on the way

Libs’ plan will capitalise on competitive advantages

see the Liberal's Plan for a Brighter Future

Another survey shows that business confidence is down under the Labor-Green experiment

After the Federal election, business confidence rose in every state except Tasmania