13 days since her resignation from the Parliament, Justine Keay has still failed to apologise to Tasmanians for her long-running deception.
I am saddened to learn of the passing of Sir John Carrick AC, KCMG who was a great Australian and someone who was kind enough to mentor and support me from my time in student politics.
The Turnbull Liberal Government’s investment in the Fort Direction Explosive Ordnance facility south of Hobart is set to provide a welcome boost to local firms.
11 days since Justine Keay’s dramatic resignation from Parliament, she is still yet to apologise and remains in hiding from Tasmanians.
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz has welcomed the announcement today that the Federal Liberal Government has signalled its intention to construct Antarctica’s first paved runway near Davis Station.
ACTU Secretary Sally McManus’ multiple claims today that then Prime Minister Abbott and myself as the then Employment Minister were somehow involved in the CFMEU court action that was dropped yesterday by the Victorian DPP is not only unfounded, it is not supported by the facts.
More than a week on from her dramatic resignation from Parliament, Justine Keay must finally apologise to Tasmanians for her long-running deception according to Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz.
Reports this afternoon that the Tasmanian Labor Party may have its delegation to the Labor Party’s National Conference limited demonstrates how out of touch Tasmanian Labor is even with the mainstream Labor Party.
A Newspoll published today confirms that Tasmanians have had enough of the excuses from Labor’s Braddon candidate Justine Keay following months of excuses.
Reports that the Australian Press Council will move to remove GetUp Deputy Chair Carla McGrath from the Council due to conflicts is overdue but nonetheless welcome.
Following the long-running deception over her eligibility to sit in the Parliament, Justine Keay could not point to any serious achievements for Tasmania this morning.