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Jobs, space research key to winning government in Tasmania ... - ACS

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Jobs, space research key to winning government in Tasmania ...
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Ministers go head-to-head to with election promises.

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull backs Tasmanian jobs, not poker machines - The Mercury

The Mercury

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull backs Tasmanian jobs, not poker machines
The Mercury
The Prime Minister was asked during his visit to Tasmania yesterday whether he had agreed to be part of the pro-pokies Love Your Local campaign. “I was in the bar of a pub with Will (Hodgman) and a lot of people who are determined to protect Tasmanian ...
Malcolm Turnbull dodges pokies regulation questions while ... - ABCABC Online
Turnbull's Tas visit overshadowed by JoyceSBS

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Tasmanian election: Launceston locals voice concern over youth issues, job opportunities - ABC Online

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Tasmanian election: Launceston locals voice concern over youth issues, job opportunities
ABC Online
Doug Vautier, chief executive of not-for-profit OzHelp Tasmania, which provides workplace training for suicide prevention and mental health, said Tasmania has far too many suicides. "Around about 65 to 70 per year, and the majority of those are men ...


Greg Barns: Tourism done badly can be a curse - The Mercury

The Mercury

Greg Barns: Tourism done badly can be a curse
The Mercury
Tourism Tasmania, a government agency, says tourism “directly and indirectly contributes around $2.79 billion or 10.7 per cent to Gross State Product (GSP)” and the industry “directly and indirectly supports around 37 400 jobs in Tasmania or about 15.6 ...


The Will Hodgman legacy: Jobs soar, but full-time jobs fizzle - The Advocate

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The Will Hodgman legacy: Jobs soar, but full-time jobs fizzle
The Advocate
Tasmania has gained 10,900 jobs under the Hodgman Government, but just 400 of them have been full-time. Premier Will Hodgman. Picture: Brodie Weeding. The state had 235,300 jobs when Will Hodgman's Liberals were elected in March 2014, and a record 246 ...

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Tasmanian Liberals vow to restore anti-protest laws struck down by ... - The Guardian

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Tasmanian Liberals vow to restore anti-protest laws struck down by ...
The Guardian
Laws banning protest were overturned following legal challenge by Bob Brown.

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North-West Tasmanian jobs slump as Launceston joins the Hobart boom - The Advocate

The Advocate

North-West Tasmanian jobs slump as Launceston joins the Hobart boom
The Advocate
“We'll have more to say about North-West jobs during the election campaign.” In his 2017 Tasmania Report, economist Saul Eslake said Northern unemployment fell by more than 1 percentage point in 2016-17. He said that was “largely because most of the ...


New Burnie hardwood mill promises 200 jobs for Coast - The Advocate

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New Burnie hardwood mill promises 200 jobs for Coast
The Advocate
New mill: Premier Will Hodgman has announced a $190 million deal for a new hardwood mill at Burnie. Premier Will Hodgman says a new $190 million hardwood mill for the Coast would create more than 200 jobs. He says the deal by his government would ...
Government grants, loans to help Hermal Group build $190 million timber mill at BurnieThe Mercury
New Tasmania mill could impact Heyfield timber factoryHerald Sun

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Treasurer Peter Gutwein lauds jobless rate plunge - The Mercury

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Treasurer Peter Gutwein lauds jobless rate plunge
The Mercury
“We actually had for several months an unemployment rate in the 4 per cent range. That was when Tasmania and the whole country were experiencing a strong economy, Tasmania was also outperforming the rest of the country in 2007 and 2008.” Labor shadow ...

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Tasmanian State Election 2018: Scott Bacon moves to ease Federal Group tension - The Mercury

The Mercury

Tasmanian State Election 2018: Scott Bacon moves to ease Federal Group tension
The Mercury
Treasurer Peter Gutwein and Shadow Treasurer Scott Bacon speak before the CEDA luncheon at Wrest Point Casino. Picture: LUKE BOWDEN. Mr Gutwein said the Liberal Party had Tasmania better placed now than at any time in the state's history. “Increased ...
Labor, Federal Group stare-down at Wrest Point CEDA eventThe Advocate

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