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  1. Liberals can’t keep avoiding responsibility Tasmanians deserve answers, not more secrecy Labor will continue to call for transparency on K-Block timeline After months of deception and chaos, Sarah Courtney and Peter Gutwein must finally come clean and tell Tasmanians when the new beds at the Royal Hobart Hospital will be available. Shadow Health Minister, Sarah […]

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  2. Today has been a terrible day for the Liberal Government: The new Spirit of Tasmania vessels were confirmed to be at least a year behind schedule The Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment has been delayed, again, after beds were promised to be open in 2018. Jobs data shows the jobless rate is still one of the […]

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  3. Tasmanians struggling to get a foot in the door Employers satisfaction with TAFE going in the wrong direction Labor’s free TAFE policy key to creating jobs and boosting business The Liberal Government is failing job seekers and the business sector by not acting to create stronger pathways from school and training to employment. Recent data […]

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  4. K-block delayed again RHH redevelopment going from bad to worse Liberals still cannot say when beds will be open After another embarrassing back-down today, it is clear that Peter Gutewin and Sarah Courtney have no idea when new beds will be opened and available for patients at the Royal Hobart Hospital. The Liberals announced today […]

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  5. Ferguson’s incompetence up in lights Government has ducked and weaved for two years How airtight is the new contract? The failure of Michael Ferguson to manage critical infrastructure projects is up in lights today, with the revelation the contract to build the new Spirits of Tasmania has fallen over. Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Shane Broad […]

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  6. Peter Gutwein and Elise Archer fail Westbury community Delays and mismanagement hurting local people The Liberal Government’s plans to build a maximum security prison in the historic village of Westbury have been plunged further into chaos today. Elise Archer promised the people of the Meander Valley that the Interim Social Economic Report would be available […]

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  7. Deliberately lit fire in cell block Correctional officers and inmates require medical treatment Prison system in crisis, but Liberals fail to act A deliberately lit fire at Risdon Prison yesterday must serve as a wakeup call to Elise Archer. Shadow Minister for Corrections Ella Haddad said continued inaction by the government is putting at risk […]

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  8. No Tasmanian projects a high priority for IA No State Government projects listed at all What is Michael Ferguson actually doing? Michael Ferguson must explain why no Tasmanian infrastructure projects have been listed on Infrastructure Australia’s (IA) high priority list. Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Shane Broad said this is another in a rapidly growing list […]

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  9. Multiple disability support services without sustainable funding New minister Jeremy Rockliff silent on his obligation to Tasmanians Liberals commit just $262 per year for Tasmanians not eligible for the NDIS The State Government must act urgently to ensure all Tasmanians with a disability have continued access to services and support. Shadow Minister for Disability Jo […]

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  10. Review is the next battle in Gutwein’s war with state service More work for the Liberals’ razor gang ‘Efficiencies’ is code for cuts Tasmania’s public servants should brace themselves for job cuts, as Peter Gutwein begins a review of the state service. Shadow Treasurer David O’Byrne said the final terms of reference released today for […]

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