Better and safer bridges are on the way for Hobart thanks to a $935,000 investment from the Liberal Federal Government as part of the Bridge Renewal Program.
Bowlers at the Dover Bowls Club will be boosted by the current turf surface being replaced with an all-weather synthetic green thanks to a $200,000 grant through the Federal Liberal Government’s $30 million Community Sport Infrastructure Program.
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz has welcomed the announcement of $90,000 for local groups to deliver science awareness as part of the second round of the Federal Liberal Government’s $720,000 2019 National Science Week Grants.
The Federal Liberal Government's Roads to Recovery Program has delivered an extra $596,102 bonus to the Kingborough Council that ensures a total of almost $3 million over the next five years for road projects within the Kingborough municipality.
The Tasmanian Headstone Project has been a major winner in the 2019 Budget by being granted deductible gift recipient (DGR) status from 1 July 2019 after strong representations by Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz.
The 2019-20 Budget is the next stage of the Morrison Government’s plan to build a stronger economy and secure a better future for all Australians.
The Liberal National Government is delivering an additional $16.27 million for road safety upgrades which will save lives in Tasmania.
The Federal Liberal National Government will unlock new fundraising potential for Men’s Sheds across Tasmania by ensuring that donations to the Sheds are tax deductible from 1 July 2020.
Labor Leader Bill Shorten’s labelling of small and family business owners as ‘fat cats’ shows either a complete disregard for this vital sector of our economy or a wilful shunning of the hundreds of thousands of men and women who employ their fellow Australians.