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Continuing to support the health of the Derwent

26 August 2019 Tasmania’s environment is one of our greatest assets and the Hodgman majority Liberal Government is committed to safeguarding it, preserving what makes our State so special.

Important step towards the new Dove Lake viewing shelter

23 August 2019 The Hodgman majority Liberal Government welcomes the unanimous endorsement of the Kentish Council for the new Dove Lake viewing shelter Development Application.

More jobs for more Tasmanians

21 August 2019 The Hodgman majority Liberal Government welcomes news that Tasmania continues to have the highest increase in job advertisements in the nation

New Cradle Mountain shuttle buses hit the road

16 August 2019 Cradle Mountain is one of Tasmania’s iconic visitor destinations and a major visitor draw card driving demand in the North West.

Getting the balance right to grow opportunities throughout Tasmania

15 August 2019 The Hodgman majority Liberal Government understands we must protect what is special about our way of life so it can continue to be enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.

Nation’s strongest growing economy delivering more jobs

15 August 2019 Under the Hodgman majority Liberal Government, Tasmania has seen a dramatic turnaround in economic performance from just five years ago.

Delivering for Tasmanians by keeping our Budget strong

15 August 2019 The 2018-19 Preliminary Outcomes Report, released today, confirms the Hodgman majority Liberal Government has delivered yet another balanced State Budget, returning a modest surplus of $101.9 million

NAB confirms again Tasmania has best business conditions in the nation

14 August 2019 The NAB Monthly Business Survey results for July 2019 confirm, for the seventh month in a row, Tasmania’s business conditions are the best in the nation, three times better than the national result in trend terms.

Government banking service provision

13 August 2019 Following an open public tender process, the Hodgman majority Liberal Government has recently finalised contracts with Westpac Banking Corporation and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia for the provision of Government Banking Services from 1 August 2019 until 31 July 2024.

Learning how to cut down litter

9 August 2019 Tasmania’s environment is one of our greatest assets and we all share responsibility to protect it.

North East Rail Corridor proposals supported

7 August 2019 The Hodgman majority Liberal Government welcomes the Legislative Council’s report which supports the development of the North East Rail corridor and recognises its economic benefits for the region.

Modernising Parks fees to allow for greater investment in sustainability

6 August 2019 Tasmania is an in-demand destination where local, interstate and international visitors seek premium experiences in our unrivalled natural environment.

Employing more Tasmanians

4 August 2019 Under the Hodgman majority Liberal Government, Tasmania has seen a dramatic turnaround in economic performance. For the first time in almost 15 years our economy is the strongest growing in the nation.

Retail trade reaches record high

2 August 2019 The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ retail trade data for June 2019 shows retail turnover in Tasmania just reached a record high of $549 million for the month in trend terms.

Labor cannot be trusted on Tasmanian jobs

1 August 2019 Today, Rebecca White and Labor confirmed they do not have a single economic policy other than to talking down Tasmania’s growing economy.

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