Peter Gutwein

Premier of Tasmania

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Labor must dump anti-Australian jobs policy

Wednesday 21 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Shane Broad and Labor have absolutely nothing to offer – no plan, no Alternative Budget and no clue.The Taskforce has met and continue...

Feedback invited on New Bridgewater Bridge

Monday 19 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Liberal Senator for Tasmania Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

The New Bridgewater Bridge Project has reached a major milestone this month, on time, with four of the country’s top construction comp...

Land tax rates unchanged; Labor’s shameless hypocrisy

Friday 16 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Finance

To be clear, land tax rates in Tasmania have not changed and have remained the same since 2010, with the same calculation rules that were pu...

Safety all the way for the Midland Highway

Friday 16 October 2020

Michael Ferguson,
Claire Chandler, Senator for Tasmania
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Works to improve the road safety of Tasmania’s key north-south freight route are moving ahead with the completion of a major project n...

More new infrastructure completed on two key intersection upgrades in Invermay

Friday 16 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Road users are experiencing improved traffic flow through Launceston, with two key intersection upgrades now completed on Goderich Street in...

Future-proofing Tasmania’s transport industry

Friday 16 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Legislation to level the playing field for the taxi and ride-sourcing industries has been supported by the Legislative Council without amend...

Bill to reduce red tape and support economic recovery passes the House

Thursday 15 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for State Growth

Legislation to further reduce unnecessary red tape and over regulation has passed the House of Assembly. This is the second tranche of the T...

Labor keen to talk about their ‘shack tax’ again

Thursday 15 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Finance

We know higher taxes are in Labor’s DNA, and in Parliament this morning, David O’Byrne was keen to talk about a ‘shack tax...

TT-Line Annual Report

Thursday 15 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

TT-Line has provided a vital service in what has been an extremely tough year, safely moving people, freight and food across the Bass Strait...

MAIB delivering for road safety and community support

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

MAIB delivered more than $4.6 million to community, Government and other organisations for a range of important road safety and community su...

Broad’s shameful anti-TasPorts tirade continues

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Shane Broad should cease his relentless attacks on TasPorts, which are based on rumour and gossip. His latest attempt to spread fear and tal...

Marine facility upgrades across Tasmania

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

A number of boating facilities across the state have received upgrades through $1 million from the Recreational Boating Fund. There were 14 ...

New buses and more Greencards

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Thirty-five new Tasmanian built low-floor buses were delivered in 2019-20, under Metro’s Accelerated Bus Replacement Program, with the...

Millions of dollars in infrastructure to stimulate economy

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

By working with the Morrison Government, Tasmania has secured more than $400 million in roads and bridges funding in the Federal Budget. The...

A look that could save lives

Sunday 11 October 2020

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

Too many young Tasmanians are killed or seriously injured on our roads.One of the causes is alcohol, which is a factor in about 17 per cent ...

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