Posted by Adam Brooks
on Feb 26, 2014 in News and Media
A majority Liberal Government will invest $300,000 on improving recreational access in the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area in line with its commitment of reversing the Labor-Green lock-ups.
Unlike Labor and the Greens, the Liberals support sustainable recreational access to the Arthur-Pieman and that’s why we will, in government, commit additional funding to allow tracks that they closed to be reopened.
As we have said on many occasions, cutting access to an area long enjoyed by Tasmanian families...
Posted by Adam Brooks on Feb 17, 2014
Creating jobs will be the number one priority of a majority Liberal Government, which is why we have set a target of reducing Tasmania’s unemployment rate to at least the national average, within our first term.
We have already announced a number of policies to help achieve this, including restoring an international shipping service, a single state-wide planning scheme, an additional $16 million...
Posted by Adam Brooks on Feb 16, 2014
Job creation will be the number one priority of a majority Liberal Government, and we have set a target of reducing Tasmania’s unemployment rate to at least the national average, within our first term.
As part of our long-term job creation plan, a majority Liberal Government will invest an additional $1.5 million to boost the hospitality industry, creating jobs and growing the economy.