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Gutwein has lost control of budget
Health numbers head in wrong direction
Courtney needs to do more than receive report – she needs to act immediately
Housing failures on full show
Terms for review of Parliament workplace welcomed
Five years on Liberals still failing Tasmania’s most vulnerable children
Tasmania’s Titmus enters record books
Jaensch must listen to residents
Rockliff must act and establish independent Suicide Prevention Commission
Archer has lost control and has no solution to continuing Risdon debacle
Jury’s out on Burnie Court proposal
Ferguson’s track record not ferry good
Government must address housing crisis
Has anybody seen Minister Jaensch?
‘Anything Can Happen’ if you support students to learn
Labor respects Arthur-Pieman assessment outcome
Courtney can’t ignore issues in our schools
Critical three-year-old health promises still not delivered by Gutwein Government
Labor must come clean
How many health ministers does it take to build an ambulance station?
Accountability and action – not just more talk – needed after Roy Fagan tragedy
Labor welcomes new Deputy Police Commissioner
Violence in schools and suspensions remain unacceptably high
Year 11 and 12 school attendance rates alarmingly low under Liberals
Statement from Anita Dow, Acting Leader of Tasmanian Labor Party
Statement from David O’Byrne, Leader of Tasmanian Parliamentary Labor Party
Ferguson avoiding important questions on compensation for East Coast residents
Jaensch must give reform best chance to succeed
Courtney will not – or cannot – rule out broad cuts across TAFE
Bitter divide on display once again in David’s Disastrous Day
Massive number of children waiting for a home revealed
Premier refuses weekly COVID briefing
Labor welcomes recommendations of TEMT report
Rush job to guarantee bills will be paid should have been avoided by Gutwein
What will it take for Elise Archer to act on dire, dangerous situation at prison?
Peter Gutwein will do anything to avoid uncomfortable questions about Adam Brooks
Dynnyrne residents deserve better
Tasmania still lags behind nation
New Labor Shadow Cabinet reflects diversity and commitment to key issues for Tasmanians
Liberals finally get on with job
Overhaul of outdated, unfair guardianship laws must become a priority for Archer
Gutwein has not done enough to support East Coast community
Tasmania unfortunately going backward again under Gutwein Government
Government support must flow to East Coast businesses now
New Health Minister must act now to address critical shortage of paramedics
Another empty announcement on jobs from Liberal Government
East Coast communities waiting for Ferguson’s reopening timeline today
Liberals continue to try and sugarcoat crime statistics