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Ferguson fails to come clean on delivery of Spirit of Tasmania vessels
Liberals fail to commit state funds for crucial upgrades at Burnie Port
Liberals push prison workers to crisis point
Rail upgrade fund raided to pay for Burnie shiploader
Tribute to Kym Goodes of TasCOSS
Farmers left high and dry by Will Hodgman’s government
Government has no plan to address Metro health and safety issues
Ferguson fails to deliver, again
Jeremy Rockliff’s poor report card
No date for delivery of new Spirits
Tasmanians under power price stress
Racing industry another victim of broken budget?
Liberals failing on fundamentals
Liberals raid GBEs to prop up broken budget
Auditor General calls out Liberals on infrastructure fail
Health mismanagement beggars belief
Federal funding a bandaid not a cure
Hapless Hodgman Government barely raises a whimper on a legislative agenda
Tasmanians wait in pain for medical treatment
Hodgman gags debate on Bill that attacks workers
Liberals continue to ignore desperate pleas from correctional officers
Greens desperate to restart forest wars
Waiting lists for elective surgery reach record highs
Will Hodgman won’t rule out more health cuts on North West Coast
Liberals refuse to commit to a timeline to implement bushfire recommendations
Labor supports ban on mobile phones in schools
Westbury community let down by Liberals, again
Guy Barnett must explain himself to irrigators
What is Will Hodgman hiding over troubled Spirit of Tasmania vessels?
Rental affordability nosedives under Will Hodgman’s Government
Upper House calls on Government to act on youth unemployment
Liberals continue to keep Tasmanians in dark about RHH redevelopment
Mark Shelton has no grip on fire readiness
Will Hodgman failing victims of family violence
Will Hodgman must act on violence against women
Not a lot of fast tracking going on
Communities say no to anti-protest laws
Basic administration failures put patient wellbeing at risk
Workers say no to anti-protest laws
Community sector crowd funding to support homeless Tasmanians
Sarah Courtney out of hiding, needs to explain herself
Hodgman’s hands-off approach leaves Spirit of Tasmania vessels in doubt
Sarah Courtney must act urgently on scathing RHH report
Sarah Courtney must show leadership
More to do for job seekers
Hodgman and Courtney have no idea when Royal beds will be open
Government sends clear message: speak out on health and you will be sacked
No reassurance on our fire readiness