Latest News from the Tasmanian Liberals
The Liberal Government is committed to cutting waste and spending more on frontline services, that's why we're cutting $2 million from the amount spent on government boards and committees.
It sounds unbelievable, but one of the problems businesses faced under the previous government was that Labor and the Greens wouldn't pay bills on time.
Not only did Labor and the Greens destroy jobs and hurt the economy, they also made the problem even worse for some businesses by delaying paying bills.
The Liberal Government is delivering on its Plan to make Tasmania a more attractive place for investment by commencing the recruitment process for the roles of Coordinator-General and Regulation Reduction Coordinator this weekend.
The Coalition has committed $3.5 million to help Huon Aquaculture expand its Parramatta Creek factory and boost employment in the region.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, Senator Richard Colbeck, today joined Huon Aquaculture owners Peter and Frances Bender and Acting Premier Jeremy Rockliff to officially launch the construction process.
“Tasmania’s aquaculture industry is the envy of the country and the construction of this value-added processing facility will help it remain at the leading edge,” Senator Colbeck said.
The Liberal Government will provide a grant of $1.5 million to Huon Aquaculture to support the expansion of their Parramatta Creek processing facility.
The Liberal Government is on track to implement our Plan for an additional $28.5 million investment in a comprehensive and strategic state-wide fuel reduction program.
The Liberal Government is committed to delivering on our Plan for a job ready generation, the centrepiece of which is extending high schools to Year 12.