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Polling shows only the Liberals can win majority government

Today’s ReachTEL opinion poll shows only the Liberal Party can win majority government.

It is impossible for Labor to win 13 seats when their primary vote is just 31 percent.

The poll also confirms that our strong Plan to take Tasmania to the Next Level, which focusses on jobs, the economy, and more investment in essential services, is resonating.

So next Saturday, if you want strong, stable majority government, you will need to vote Liberal.

Hospital health care decisions back in local hands

Improving our health system is a priority of the Hodgman Liberal Government.

We remain committed to our single statewide health system which is delivering better health outcomes for Tasmanians – outcomes like shorter surgery waiting lists and more beds. It’s clear however that decision-making is too centralised.

We are determined to deliver better hospital management with a focus on strong, local leadership and that’s why a re-elected Hodgman Liberal Government will strengthen local hospital decision-making. It’s the medical, nursing, allied health and staff across our hospitals who know how the system can work to best benefit patients.

Our plan to strengthen local hospital decision-making will deliver better health services across Tasmania while retaining a statewide health system. Our commitment means they can get on with the job and make the day-to-day decisions necessary to support patient care. read more…

Major West Tamar Highway upgrade if Liberal Government re-elected

A re-elected majority Hodgman Liberal Government will widen and reseal the West Tamar Highway from the Brisbane Street intersection, all the way through to the Legana Park Drive roundabout. It will improve the surface for all road users and also cut down commuting time.

This is a fantastic plan for the Bass electorate and beyond.

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10 hours ago

Michael Ferguson

Stay safe people! High winds tonight.The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a Severe Weather Warning for damaging winds across all of Tasmania.

Two vigorous cold fronts are set to cross Tasmania Sunday morning and Monday morning. Damaging North to Northwesterly winds averaging 40 to 60km/h, with peak gusts in excess of 100km/h and up to 120km/h in exposed locations, are possible across all of Tasmania from late this evening.

The winds turn West to Northwesterly on Sunday morning. Winds are expected to ease Sunday afternoon behind the first cold front before increasing again late Sunday and early Monday morning ahead of a second cold front. Winds are then expected to ease early Monday afternoon.

Locations which may be affected include Devonport, Burnie, Launceston, St Helens, Swansea, Strahan, New Norfolk and Hobart.
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Stay safe people! High winds tonight.


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Carmen Westergreen

12 hours ago

Michael Ferguson

Saturday 17 March 7.30pm
Sunday 18 March 1pm


Encore Theatre Company presents a new production of BOUBLIL and SCHÖNBERG'S Les Misérables.

16 - 31 March at the Princess Theatre, Launceston
TICKETS 6323 3666

IMAGE By Jess Walker
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Highly recommended!


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coming to Hobart ???

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