White has no plan for health

Labor Leader Rebecca White has again proven she is no different to former leader Bryan Green – all complaints, and no solutions.

Despite claiming health is her number one priority, in her first “major speech as leader” yesterday outlining her so-called “vision” for the state, she failed to articulate a plan for health or a single policy position.
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Low-THC hemp finally cleared as a food product

The Hodgman Liberal Government is delighted that its long-time advocacy for the use of low-THC industrial hemp as a food product has been successful and will present an exciting new economic opportunity for Tasmanian farmers.

The Health Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation in Adelaide today has endorsed the recent Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) recommendation to allow low-THC hemp to be legally designated as a food, matching the situation in other countries in the world.
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White lies about no beds available at LGH

Bec White has taken her dishonest ‘medi-scare’ campaign to the Launceston General Hospital, a campaign aimed at scaring Tasmanians for her own political gain.

Her claim that there were no beds available when she visited the hospital yesterday is a blatant lie.
There were empty beds available for additional patients when Ms White visited Ward 4D – a ward that the Hodgman Liberal Government re-opened after it was closed by Labor and the Greens.
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John L Grove future certainty with $20 million in 2017-18 state Budget

The Hodgman Liberal Government is providing future certainty for the John L Grove rehabilitation centre with a significant $20 million commitment.

In the first major 2017-18 Tasmanian Budget funding announcement, the four-year, $5 million per annum funding commitment will give staff and clients peace of mind for this important Northern facility.
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1 week ago

Michael Ferguson

The choice is clear.

A strong, stable majority Government, with all 15 lower house members re-contesting the next election and a total of 121 years of experience verses an unstable, disunified and inexperienced opposition, with members jumping ship and leaving just 35 years of experience.
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Just watch as O'bryne gets Lara's spot. Five minutes later he'll be appointed labor leader by those in the shadows. Just how much "encouragement" did she get to go?

How about you concentrate on governing instead of wasting time bagging out the opposition.

"minister for health". get a job dude, you're not cut out for this.

How about supporting heritage rail and utilizing the infrastructure that belongs to all Tasmanians not just the Mayor of the Dorset council

What do they say "if you don't have something nice to say.....,"

lets hope you do a lot better next time

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