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Welcome news on jobs front

Today’s ABS jobs figures for August show 3,400 jobs have been created since the election of a majority Liberal Government in March.

Labor to vote against supply

In an extraordinary decision made on the run in estimates this morning, Opposition Leader Bryan Green indicated that Labor would vote against the supply.

More Good News on Tasmanian Economy

The Liberal Government is growing the economy and creating jobs.

No New Taxes

The Liberal Government is the party of lower taxes.

A Sustainable Future for Forestry Tasmania

The Liberal Government will work with Forestry Tasmania to review the business and put it on a pathway to long-term sustainability.

No Forced Redundancies

As the Liberal Government has consistently said, there will be no forced redundancies.

Retail Trade Continues to Grow

Today’s figures from the ABS show retail trade continues to grow under the Liberal Government.

What is your alternative, Mr Green?

Labor and the Unions continue to attack the pay pause, a measure which will save 500 jobs, but they offer no alternative.

Bryan Green’s Short Memory on Limo Rides

Bryan Green has been exposed for the hypocrite he is after it was revealed he spent $200 of taxpayers’ money on a luxury limo ride to see last year’s Melbourne Cup.

More Positive Signs for the Economy

The latest ABS figures show encouraging signs for the Tasmanian economy.

Building Approvals Continue to Grow

ABS building approval figures out today show the Liberal Government's Plan is working and the economy is growing.

Budget Reply

Today Bryan Green delivered the worst Budget Reply in living memory.

Infrastructure Investment Hits the Road

The Liberal Government’s first budget delivers on its promise to rebuild essential services and confirms a $197 million investment over four years for safety and efficiency improvements on the Midland Highway.

First Liberal Budget in 16 years

Today, the Liberal Party handed down its first Tasmanian budget in 16 years.

Boards and Committees Savings

Today’s Budget delivers on our promise to reduce spending on boards and committees with almost $7 million in savings identified.

Latest news

Tender for marine vessel at Strahan now open

13 November 2019 After 30 years of service, the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) Shearwater vessel will be retired.

Lake Malbena Federal Court decision

13 November 2019 The Hodgman majority Liberal Government notes the decision of the Federal Court.

NAB confirms Tasmania’s economy is the envy of the nation

12 November 2019 In another strong endorsement for the Hodgman majority Liberal Government, Tasmanian businesses continue to b…