Will Hodgman

Premier of Tasmania

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Freezer factories one step closer to being banned in Tasmanian waters.

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Mark Shelton, Liberal Member for Lyons

**Reissued**Controversial super trawlers are a step closer to being banned in Tasmania, after the House of Assembly supported the Hodgman Li...

Freezer factories one step closer to being banned in Tasmanian waters.

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Mark Shelton, Liberal Member for Lyons

Controversial super trawlers are a step closer to being banned in Tasmania, after the House of Assembly supported the Hodgman Liberal Govern...

Fortification laws one step closer

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Rene Hidding, Minister for Infrastructure

I am pleased that the Hodgman Liberal Government’s legislation to crack down on criminal groups using fortified buildings to conduct i...

Government living within its means

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Sarah Courtney, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier

The Government is committed to openness and transparency.  We are the first Tasmanian Government to proactively release informatio...

Wilkie must stop attacking North West Tasmania

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Adam Brooks, Liberal Member for Braddon

Denison MP Andrew Wilkie must stop his campaign to close the Mersey Hospital.Last week I accused Mr Wilkie of being a Hobart centric politic...

What do Shane Broad and Rebecca White have to hide on Mersey money?

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Roger Jaensch, Liberal Member for Braddon

Labor’s curious refusal to support the Government’s Plan to quarantine $730 million for the Mersey Community Hospital raises ser...

More fake claims from Labor

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Rene Hidding, Minister for Infrastructure

Suggestions made today by Shane Broad that King Island will run out of food are absurd.TasPorts has advised that the King Island service wil...

More support for small business to take on apprentices and trainees

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Roger Jaensch, Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business, Trade, and Red Tape Reduction

The Hodgman Liberal Government has jobs as our number one priority which is reflected in the creation of over 4400 jobs since coming to Gove...

Evade police laws to be strengthened

Monday 10 April 2017

Rene Hidding, Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management

The Hodgman Liberal Government will this week introduce new legislation to crack down on police evaders.Evading police has emerged as a sign...

Labor doubles down on TasWater privatization

Sunday 9 April 2017

Peter Gutwein, Treasurer

Labor has a new leader, but nothing has changed.Labor's spokeswomen Madeline Ogilvie has today confirmed that Labor still wants to ignore th...

Recognising Outstanding Business Women

Sunday 9 April 2017

Jacquie Petrusma, Minister for Women

Tasmanians are urged to consider nominating outstanding local business women for the Telstra Tasmanian Business Women’s Awards.Now in ...

Launch of new Maria Island Ferry

Saturday 8 April 2017

Matthew Groom,

It was my pleasure today to launch the new, year-round regular passenger ferry service to Maria Island National Park that will help the isla...

Government support for oyster farmers extended

Saturday 8 April 2017

Jeremy Rockliff, Minister for Primary Industries and Water

Since the outbreak of Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome (POMS) in 2016 the Hodgman Liberal Government has been working closely with the Tasm...

More capital investment in Tasmanian schools

Saturday 8 April 2017

Jeremy Rockliff, Minister for Education and Training

There is no stronger supporter of education and providing capital investment in Tasmanian schools than the Hodgman Liberal Government.Today ...

Elevated levels of smoke in the North

Friday 7 April 2017

Members, Specialist Medical Advisor Public Health Service

Northern Tasmania is currently experiencing elevated levels of smoke which are not likely to dissipate until tomorrow (Saturday) morning.It ...

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