ABS data released today shows that the economy is growing under the Hodgman Government.
It’s clear that Labor is considering selling off more tax payer owned businesses to prop up their election spending.
In a startling admission, de facto Labor leader, Michelle O’Byrne has revealed Labor is considering selling TasNetworks to fund their election promises.
Tasmanians struggling under the rising cost of living has been dealt another blow with confirmation that water prices will rise by over four percent a year for the next three years.
The Government remains absolutely committed to our Plan to take control of TasWater, because we believe it is in the best interests of the state.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has confirmed Tasmania’s AA+ credit rating, citing strong financial management under the Hodgman Government.
I note the Auditor-General’s report released today into credit card use by the local government sector.
Earlier today, Her Excellency, the Governor signed into law the Glenorchy City Council (Dismissal of Councillors) Act 2017.
I can confirm that the Government has now received the Board of Inquiry report into the Glenorchy City Council.
I note that the Legislative Council Select Committee on TasWater Ownership has handed down its final report.
I note that today the Legislative Council has supported our legislation to provide certainty for the people of Glenorchy, which will mean a new council will be elected early next year.
The Auditor-General’s report released today justifies the Government’s TasWater takeover plans.
The Hodgman Government will always fight for Tasmania’s fair share of the GST.
To help inform the current discussion regarding the Treasury Building I am releasing the detailed heritage report.
Growing visitor numbers to Launceston and the Greater Northern Region are attracting big names in the hotel business including Hyatt, Marriott, and Intercontinental, as well as the Silo Hotel development, just to meet demand.