What does Labor stand for? Issue 4 – construction jobs

Liberal Member for Franklin

What does Labor stand for? Issue 4 – construction jobs

Tuesday, 13 November 2018


 

It’s time for Rebecca White and Tasmanian Labor to be upfront with Tasmanians about where the Labor Party stands on key issues facing Tasmania.

Modelling released last month shows that Federal Labor’s negative gearing policy would result in 1020 less homes being built in Tasmania and 320 construction jobs being lost.*

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What does Labor stand for? Issue 3 – job creation

Liberal Member for Franklin

What does Labor stand for? Issue 3 – job creation

Monday, 12 November 2018


 

Labor leader Rebecca White is finally out of hiding today and it’s time for her to be upfront with Tasmanians about where the Labor Party stands on key issues facing Tasmania.

Has Labor’s hidden election review, that they refuse to release, identified a poor performance on job-creation as a major reason for their shocking election result? 

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What does Labor stand for? Issue 2 – union industrial action

Liberal Member for Franklin

What does Labor stand for? Issue 2 – union industrial action

Sunday, 11 November 2018


 

It’s time for the Tasmanian Labor Party to stop hiding from the public and the media on key issues facing Tasmania.

Tasmanians are scratching their heads at why unions are disrupting essential services due to industrial action, when the Government has offered a six per cent payrise over three years.

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What does Labor stand for? Issue 1 – no position on EOI’s for eco-tourism

Liberal Member for Franklin

What does Labor stand for? Issue 1 – no position on EOI’s for eco-tourism

 Saturday, 10 November 2018


 

It’s time for the Tasmanian Labor Party to stop hiding from the public and the media on key issues facing Tasmania.

Labor was yesterday labelled ‘gutless’ and ‘dishonest’ by the leader of the Greens, an assessment nobody could argue with given Labor’s record of refusing to state their position on almost any important issue.

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Family violence survey

Minister for Women

Family violence survey

Wednesday, 7 November 2018


 

The Government is encouraging those who have been exposed to family violence and had experience with family violence services in Tasmania to come forward and have their voices heard by participating in our survey about the family violence system.

Eliminating family violence is a top priority for the Hodgman Liberal Government, and the Hearing Lived Experience survey, will inform the Government’s next Plan to address family violence in Tasmania, including guiding regional face-to-face roundtables to be held in early 2019.

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Leading women join Saul Eslake on Mac Point Board

Peter Gutwein, Minister for State Growth

Leading women join Saul Eslake on Mac Point Board

Thursday, 1 November 2018


 

Two high profile women with strong backgrounds in the building and construction sector have been appointed to the Macquarie Point Board, as well as one of Tasmania’s leading economists.

The Hodgman Liberal Government is focussed on increasing female representation on boards through the Tasmanian Women’s Strategy and the latest appointments demonstrate that our Plan is working.

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Youth Week Tasmania 2019 Grants Program opens

Minister for Disability Services and Community Development

Youth Week Tasmania 2019 Grants Program opens

Friday, 26 October 2018


 

The Hodgman Liberal Government is a strong supporter of young Tasmanians through advanced training, sport, the arts and academic and skills programs.

Youth Week Tasmania is a celebration that recognises the value of all young Tasmanians aged 12 to 25, and will run from 10 to 17 April 2019.

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More AFL games for Tassie

Minister for Sport and Recreation

More AFL games for Tassie

Tuesday, 16 October 2018


 

We welcome North Melbourne’s decision to play four AFL games per season in Hobart through to 2021.

An extra AFL game in Hobart is good news for the state’s economy and, with eight regular season fixtures to be held in Tasmania for the next three seasons, it further demonstrates the commitment of Tasmanians to supporting live AFL football in the state.

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Financial Security for Women Action Plan released

Minister for Women

Financial Security for Women Action Plan released

Saturday, 29 September 2018


 

The Hodgman Liberal Government is committed to creating a more inclusive Tasmania that empowers and enables women and girls to fully participate in Tasmanian life.

The Financial Security for Women Action Plan released today is the first in a series of action plans to be delivered under the Tasmanian Women’s Strategy 2018-21.

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