Ensuring essential supplies for Tasmanians

The Tasmanian Liberal Government wants to assure Tasmanians there is no need to panic about getting your daily essentials. It is understandable people are feeling uncertain as the threat of...

Richmond Road Masterplan progresses

The Tasmanian majority Liberal Government is investing in the infrastructure our growing state needs with a $3.7 billion infrastructure program to maintain the strong economic momentum and create a...

Cutting red tape, boosting investment

The Tasmanian majority Liberal Government is continuing to remove red tape barriers and over regulation in order to boost private sector investment and create more jobs. The latest Tasmanian Red...

Building a faster future for Bruny ferries

Bruny Island residents and visitors are set to benefit from multi-million dollar upgrades to landside ferry infrastructure as part of the Tasmanian majority Liberal Government’s comprehensive...

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Australian Space Agency MoU

Yesterday's agreement with the Australian Space Agency will open the door to expand our science and technology sectors, drive economic growth and create even more skilled jobs for Tasmanians that will be vital for our future.

Posted by Michael Ferguson on Wednesday, 25 September 2019
Slow Down for Road Workers Campaign

Your Speed is our Safety - slow down for road workersEveryone has a right to a safe working environment and that extends to our road workers who are delivering the Hodgman majority Liberal Government’s record infrastructure spend across Tasmania.For more detail about our new ads: http://bit.ly/31uDvaH

Posted by Michael Ferguson on Sunday, 11 August 2019
Sailing through Bass Strait

Spirit of Tasmania II slicing her way through Bass Strait.

Posted by Spirit of Tasmania on Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Science Week 2019 Launch

Bringing together great minds, big ideas and a thirst for knowledge, National Science Week makes the interesting, the perplexing and the fascinating accessible to everyone.This year we are excited and honoured to welcome Tasmanian born and raised Nobel Laureate, Professor Elizabeth Blackburn, as the inaugural Patron for Tasmanian National Science Week. Tasmania is a world-recognised home to a vibrant and diverse science research community. The full program of Science Week events can be found at www.scienceweek.net.au

Posted by Michael Ferguson on Thursday, 8 August 2019
Targa Tasmania 2019

Every year convoys of cars travel to Tasmania with us for the international motorsport event Targa.The official broadcast of Targa Tasmania 2019 is happening across Australia this weekend on Channel Nine (Tasmania TDT). Here’s a snippet of what you can expect to see!Broadcast dates and times are: Sunday July 14 2019 at 1pm in Melbourne/Perth/Hobart, and 12:30pm in AdelaideSydney and Brisbane you can catch the broadcast on Saturday August 3 2019 at 12pm.

Posted by Spirit of Tasmania on Thursday, 11 July 2019
Taking Tasmanian wine to the world

We're backing our valuable wine industry. The Hodgman majority Liberal Government is opening up new export markets to meet our target to grow the annual farm gate value of Tasmania's agricultural sector to $10 billion by 2050.It was terrific to visit @Holm Oak Vineyards in the beautiful Tamar Valley on Sunday afternoon to see first hand how our $600,000 industry grant is helping.Read more here: http://bit.ly/tassiewine

Posted by Michael Ferguson on Sunday, 4 August 2019

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