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Rockliff Government delivering for Tasmanians when Parliament returns
Investigations continuing into West Park Oval incident
Collaboration to enhance agricultural research and education in Northern Tasmania
Supporting Burnie young people into independence
Two new Magistrates appointed for North and North West
Car Owners- ‘Lock it, or Lose it’
North-West and West Coast road and bridge investments
Flu vaccination program reaches milestone
Bilateral Agreement for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention signed
Final week for Burnie Court EOI
Qantas launches hundreds of points Planes for domestic travel
Tenders called for new Burnie Ambulance Station
New Burnie shiploader fabrication underway, creating Tasmanian jobs
Archer needs to rule out Mooreville Road court site
New linear accelerator to further improve cancer care in Tasmania
Helping more Tasmanian families into safe and secure housing
MAG&M: Suspended Moment
24 new TPS recruits begin their training
Coronavirus Update 29 April
More than 100,000 extra people pick buses
Remember flu – book your shot today
Rockliff barely scratching surface in ambulance crisis
Coronavirus Update 27 April
Coronavirus Update 26 April
Carinity honouring residents’ war service on ANZAC Day
Labor split on regional ambulance services
Continuing to deliver our plan for all Tasmanians
Burnie Court EOI process underway
GP After Hours Support Initiative boosting access to healthcare
Coronavirus update 10 April
Investing in regional and rural ambulance services
Interactive map and new risk analysis reveals severe hazards
Aquaculture research to investigate new opportunities in Commonwealth waters
Quotes sought for Renewable Energy Schools program
GETTING IT DONE: 17 big initiatives in past five days
Interview with Mike O’Loughlin, Tasmania Talks
More housing options for vulnerable North
‘ UV-LED lights can kill coronaviruses and HIV with flip of switch
With flip of switch, UV-LED lights could be used to kill coronaviruses and other germs
Tasmanians leaving in droves as Gutwein fails to get basics right
Mayors Update
Labor’s Regional First Home Buyer Support Scheme
Contract awarded for Bass Highway improvements at Table Cape
Cunard reveal impressive line-up to join Matt Moran aboard its Great Australian Culinary Voyage
Burnie Court move dismissed
Little to celebrate after 8 years of Liberal Government
Greenpeace calls for IAEA to suspend deputy over ties to Russian state nuclear energy corporation
Equipping Tasmanian sporting clubs as they return to play