The Hodgman Liberal Government is committed to delivering better health infrastructure for all Tasmanians.
The State Budget includes over $475 million to take health in this state to the next level.
Importantly, our capital upgrades includes almost $280 million to finalise the vital $689 million Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment. The project remains on track for practical completion in mid-2019.
$162 million will deliver an infrastructure boost at all 4 of Tasmania’s major hospitals over the next 6 years. This includes:
The Hodgman Liberal Government is a strong supporter of the Tasmanian ICT sector and the important role it plays in our community and economy.
The 2018 Tasmanian iAwards and TasICT Awards for Excellence, held last night, is a wonderful celebration which aims to recognise our ICT thinkers and doers of the future.
Now in their fourth year, the iAwards and TasICT Awards for Excellence honour Tasmanian organisations, individuals and students at the cutting edge of technology.
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.
More than $500,000 in preventive health grants will flow to 26 community projects around the State to improve the health and wellbeing of Tasmanians.
The Hodgman Liberal Government’s Healthy Tasmania Community Innovations Grants of up to $25,000 each, are encouraging innovation and grassroots community action to improve the health of Tasmanians.
The projects will focus on quitting smoking, healthy eating, physical activity and community connection.