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5 03, 2021

Tasmanian stories recognised

By |2021-03-05T14:04:25+10:00Friday, 5 March 2021|

I am extremely pleased that a Tasmanian Government supported documentary has taken home a major award at the inaugural Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) Awards. Established to recognise the outstanding works of new Australian documentary and factual content across six categories, the AIDC Awards are committed to the sustainability of [...]

4 03, 2021

Supporting live performance in Tasmania

By |2021-03-04T15:13:50+10:00Thursday, 4 March 2021|

The Tasmanian Government recognises the significant impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on the State’s cultural and creative sector, and that’s why we have provided significant support to help the industry get back on its feet. In December 2020, we announced a $2 million Live Performance Support Program to give the [...]

4 03, 2021

Update on planning for Northern Regional Prison

By |2021-03-04T07:38:17+10:00Thursday, 4 March 2021|

Planning for a new Northern Regional Prison on the Brushy Rivulet Crown Land Site is continuing, with due diligence work progressing. The new environmental consultant for the project is carrying out their important work and will coordinate the continued assessment of natural values for the site. Follow-up inspections as part of [...]

3 03, 2021

Commission of Inquiry interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) appointed

By |2021-03-03T15:03:05+10:00Wednesday, 3 March 2021|

Our Government takes the safety of children extremely seriously and there is nothing more important than ensuring the vulnerable in our community are protected. The Commission of Inquiry is expected to commence later this month and will be fully empowered to undertake this important inquiry. I am pleased to announce [...]

3 03, 2021

Unprecedented investment to increasing housing supply

By |2021-03-03T14:07:24+10:00Wednesday, 3 March 2021|

Instead of banding together once again and playing politics with such a serious issue, Labor and the Greens should support our plan for housing which is delivering more homes for Tasmanians faster than ever before. In relation to all the cases raised by the Opposition in State Parliament today, Housing [...]

2 03, 2021

Commission of Inquiry update

By |2021-03-02T10:22:58+10:00Tuesday, 2 March 2021|

Our Government takes the safety of children extremely seriously and there is nothing more important than ensuring the vulnerable in our community are protected. We also recognise the extraordinary courage it takes for someone to come forward and report sexual abuse. Setting up a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) is no [...]

1 03, 2021

Construction loans on the rise

By |2021-03-01T15:36:16+10:00Monday, 1 March 2021|

The Tasmanian Government remains focused on growing our economy and creating even more jobs for Tasmanians. We are delivering our plan to rebuild a stronger Tasmania, and the recent ABS construction loans data is yet again clear evidence that our plan is working. In January 2021, Tasmania was one of [...]

1 03, 2021

Supporting children and vulnerable witnesses in the justice system

By |2021-03-01T09:02:39+10:00Monday, 1 March 2021|

The Tasmanian Government is committed to protecting and supporting our most vulnerable. As the Attorney-General I am pleased to announce that a landmark pilot scheme to ensure that children and vulnerable witnesses are supported to effectively participate in the Tasmanian criminal justice system is commencing today, 1 March 2021. The [...]

28 02, 2021

Facts about rent increases in Tasmania

By |2021-03-01T08:42:27+10:00Sunday, 28 February 2021|

The Tasmanian Government has provided one of the most generous assistance packages to the private rental market to support both landlords and tenants with their substantial hardship caused by COVID-19. As of 26 February 2020, the Residential Tenancy Commissioner was considering just four applications for unreasonable rent increases, following the [...]

26 02, 2021

Improving mental health in Tasmanian workplaces

By |2021-02-26T14:51:37+10:00Friday, 26 February 2021|

A new free online tool designed to help employers across Australia create mentally healthy workplaces and meet their responsibilities under work health and safety laws has been launched today. ‘People at Work’ is Australia’s only validated psychosocial risk assessment tool and will help Tasmanian businesses identify, assess and manage work-related [...]

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