Today's ABS figures confirm that under the Hodgman Government 10,900 have been created, employment is the highest it has ever been in Tasmania and the unemployment rate is the lowest in six and a half years.
I'm looking forward to debating Scott Bacon on the 26th of February about the State's finances.
Labor’s farcical health policy hit a new low with Braddon MP Shane Broad amazingly admitting on radio that Labor don’t know how they will fund years four, five and six.
A re-elected Hodgman majority Liberal Government will build a new state-of-the-art $20 million primary school at Legana.
``Legana has been identified in the top 10 areas in Tasmania with the largest and fastest population growth and a majority Liberal Government recognises the need for a new Kindergarten to Grade 6 primary school,’’ Liberal MHA for Bass Michael Ferguson said.
``The population of Legana is expected to grow significantly over the next decade with the current age profile indicating many young families will require access to new education facilities.’’
Bass Liberal MHA Peter Gutwein said that the need for a school has been identified as a top priority by community groups and the West Tamar Council and has the full support of the Hodgman Liberal Team.
``The new school will cater for more than 350 students and the build would start within the next term of a Hodgman Liberal Government,’’ Mr Gutwein said.
``At the moment students from Legana have to travel north to Exeter or south to Riverside which contributes to congestion on the West Tamar Highway,’’ Liberal MHA for Bass Sarah Courtney said.
``A new K-6 school at Legana would also alleviate congestion at these schools as they near capacity and accommodate the projected increase in student numbers from Legana,’’ Ms Courtney said.
In the first term of the Hodgman Liberal Government we committed a record invest of $110 million to upgrade government school – by contrast Labor and the Greens abandoned education and tried to close 20 schools.
Labor's opposition to the Mount Wellington Cable Car confirms they are well and truly back in bed with the Greens.
Managing the budget is one of the most fundamental responsibilities of any good government.
In an unprecedented leak, the entire Unions Tasmania campaign plan has been released.
The latest spendometer update shows that Labor would take the State budget back into deficit at record speed.
In a defining moment for the campaign Labor leader Rebecca White has panicked and attempted to re-write her major health policy on the run, resulting in spectacular contradictions between her statements to media today and the details in her health policy document.
Last Friday, the Liberals submitted 14 policies for costing by Treasury.
A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will take action to level the housing affordability playing field by introducing a tax on foreign purchases of land and residential property.
Labor has redlined the spendometer after just 12 days on the campaign trail.
A re-elected Hodgman majority Liberal Government will help address the increasing demand for skilled workers across a number of sectors - including water and sewerage - by investing $7 million to establish a Trades and Water Centre of Excellence.
Rebecca White is running out of friends when it comes to her pokies policy.
A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will deliver more than $142.66 million in road improvements for the State's North that will improve safety and travel times.