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Government inconclusive on managing an aged care outbreak
Serious flaws in HomeBuilder process means some are missing out
Infrastructure incompetence kiss of death for River Derwent ferry proposal
Michael Ferguson misleads parliament
More people coming forward with alarming Mersey ED incidents
Bill shock continues to take toll on Tasmanians
Rental relief support extension needed
Government needs to implement lessons from Integrity Commission report
New Labor MLC fighting for Huon community
Labor welcomes reopening of Blackmans Bay Beach
Labor’s amendments to Major Projects Legislation focus on transparency
Bass Strait deserves straight answers
New data underlines need for broader jobs support
Incompetent Infrastructure Minister fails again
Concerning stories emerging on impact of Mersey ED reduced hours
Call for winter power bill relief
Petition to restore 24/7 emergency department at Mersey Hospital
Committee into COVID-19 education disruption well overdue
More investment in skills training vital to get Tasmanians into jobs
Spirits replacement proposal missing mark
Government all talk no action on infrastructure, and it shows
Premier’s moves on TasWater backfire
NW inquiry extension right call
Student levy relief welcome
North West community needs answers on Mersey ED
Archer passes buck on consultation
Archer’s inaction: corrections system on brink of collapse
Government votes with Greens to block mandatory testing for essential workers
Dividends grab should fund winter energy supplement
Business support must follow border decision
Don’t set ag sector up to fail
Flawed processes putting Tasmanians at risk
COVID-19 inquiry immunity granted after submissions close
Government finally listening to Labor’s calls on free TAFE
Tasmanian jobs must come first
Spirits remain under cloud of uncertainty
Hotel quarantine testing must be strengthened to protect Tasmanians
Heavy on fanfare, light on detail
Electric vehicles to help drive Tasmania’s COVID-19 recovery
HomeBuilder grant scheme failing to launch
Government finally listening to Labor’s calls
Infrastructure underspend nothing to celebrate
Lessons to be learnt from NW outbreak review
TEMCO purchase welcome news
Burnie port proposal welcome, commitment needed
Jobs data provides some respite, long road ahead
NW livestock industry acts on sale yard where government fails
Yet another taskforce…