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Man remains in custody after Port Sorell incident 9 July
Port Sorell incident resolved
Keeping Tasmanians Safe
Getting on with our plan to build Tasmania
2021 Offshore Petroleum Exploration Acreage Release
Work advances on Midway Point Intersection Solution
Jobs Tasmania set to help boost employment
Sat Lotto draw no. 4157 and Super 66 draw no. 4157
National Farmers Federation’s 2021 Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program announced
Drink driving incident at Bridgewater
Labor is working for Sorell and South East
Labor’s $50 million Neglected Schools Fund will fix schools Liberals have ignored
Police are responding to serious crash, Huon Road, South Hobart
Labor will help get young Tasmanians into good, secure jobs
Labor calls for bipartisan approach to managing COVID-19 during election
Police lay charges after Assault Investigation
Delivering on infrastructure projects to secure Tasmania’s future
State of State Reply: Labor will work hard to make Tasmania a better and fairer place
State of State Address
Architects sought for new Child and Family Learning Centres
Police seek witnesses to Dangerous Driving in Devonport on Tuesday
Police charge two men after assault in Sorell
Hobart Airport Interchange announcements keep going around and around and around
New Hobart Airport Interchange project employing Tasmanians
Tasmanians dying waiting for ambulances while Peter Gutwein sits on his hands
New Commanders appointed
Lake Sorell ready to reopen
Roadworks to continue boosting jobs and economy in 2021
Construction begins on Pembroke Park Stadium
Concepts developed for new CFLCs
Update on Sorell Jobs Hub extension
Funding secured for Tasman Highway Causeways
Continuing to improve educational outcomes
Inland Fisheries Service Annual Report
Millions of dollars in infrastructure to stimulate economy
2020 Federal Budget
Tasmanian Government welcomes $360 million Federal infrastructure funding
Morrison Government invests $360 million in transport infrastructure to boost Tasmanian economic recovery
Morrison Government delivers $7.5 billion boost for transport infrastructure across nation
Liberals snub regional health services
Positive findings for Launceston Big Picture School Evaluation
Southern Outlet fifth lane goes nowhere as infrastructure stalls
Serious flaws in HomeBuilder process means some are missing out
Police investigate serious crash at Forcett
Man remains in custody after Port Sorell incident
Call for tenders for Midway Point Intersection Solution
118 Schools sites benefit from School Revitalisation stimulus
Improving Playing Field across Tasmania