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Cabinet Appointment

It’s a great honour and privilege to have been appointed a Minister in the Hodgman Liberal Government. I’m excited to have been given the opportunity to guide the mining sector through the current market challenges and build on the excellent work done by Paul Harriss. I am also very pleased to be minister...

Liberals commit to reopening Arthur-Pieman for recreational access, with $300,000 investment in tracks

A majority Liberal Government will invest $300,000 on improving recreational access in the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area in line with its commitment of reversing the Labor-Green lock-ups. Unlike Labor and the Greens, the Liberals support sustainable recreational access to the Arthur-Pieman and that’s why...

Small Business Jobs Bonus to create 2,000 new jobs

Creating jobs will be the number one priority of a majority Liberal Government, which is why we have set a target of reducing Tasmania’s unemployment rate to at least the national average, within our first term. We have already announced a number of policies to help achieve this, including restoring an...

Liberals invest $1.5 million to grow the hospitality sector

Job creation will be the number one priority of a majority Liberal Government, and we have set a target of reducing Tasmania’s unemployment rate to at least the national average, within our first term. As part of our long-term job creation plan, a majority Liberal Government will invest an additional $1.5...

Victoria Cross a worthy tribute to Burnie-born hero

Today’s announcement that Burnie-born Corporal Cameron Stewart Baird will be posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross is a welcome tribute to an Australian hero. Corporal Baird will become the 100th Australian serviceman to be awarded the VC, the 14th Tasmanian and indeed the first Tasmanian since the end of...

Green opposes Libs’ MRT policy, sells out the NW Coast on mining…again

Bryan Green has again sold out his own electorate and the mining industry by attacking the Liberals’ policy to relocate MRT services to Burnie, a policy warmly welcomed by the mining industry and the Minerals Council. Rather than standing up for Braddon, Mr Green has yet again shown he is more concerned...

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