The Federal Liberal Government has offered the University of Tasmania funding for up to 1,000 student places in specialised courses that set them up for further study and work. This important announcement is just another example of the Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team’s effective advocacy in Canberra.
Dame Enid Lyons’ enduring legacy and achievements have been recognised in Canberra today with the new Department of Social Services’ building named after her.
Former Employment Minister Eric Abetz has congratulated the Master Builders and AMMA for launching an appeal against the Fair Work Commission’s decision to allow the merger of the CFMEU and the MUA.
As we mark International Womens Day today, I want to pay tribute to Dame Enid Lyons - a proud Tasmanian, the first woman to serve in the House of Representatives and the first woman to serve in the Ministry, having served in the Menzies’ Cabinet.
Labor’s reckless plan to abolish the Work for the Dole programme is both reckless and harmful to young unemployed Australians.
I am delighted that the people of Tasmania have again endorsed the Tasmanian Liberal Team to implement their comprehensive policy agenda as a part of a reelected Majority Liberal Government.
Our state has lost a kind, caring and thoughtful champion of all Tasmanians today with the passing of Dr Vanessa Goodwin.
The Devonport City Council’s decision to support Australia Day by holding the 2019 celebrations on January 26 has been welcomed by Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz.