The Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team has tonight hosted the biggest Flavours of Tasmania event yet, with Ambassadors from around the world, Business and Community leaders, media figures and Parliamentarians coming to Parliament House to see, drink and taste all things Tasmanian.
The introduction of the Treasury Laws Amendment (Making Sure Every State and Territory Gets Their Fair Share of GST) Bill 2018 shows that the Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team has again delivered for Tasmania with the inclusion of provisions to ensure Tasmania is better off today and into the future.
The passage of legislation through the Parliament today to implement the Trans-Pacific Partnership means more market access for Tasmanian farmers, greater opportunities for our businesses, more jobs and increased investment for Australia.
The Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team welcomes the revised GST legislation that ensures Tasmania will be better off now and into the future.
The Liberal-National Government’s announcement today that it will consider moving the Australian embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and review the Iran nuclear deal have been strongly backed by Liberal Senator and Chair of the Australia-Israel Parliamentary Friendship Group Eric Abetz.
The launch today of the new Strategy for the Abolition of the Death Penalty has been welcomed by Liberal Senator and Chair of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee Senator Abetz.
Tasmania’s Federal Labor Parliamentarians must commit to backing the legislation to implement the Trans-Pacific Partnership or risk Tasmanian jobs and investment according to the Chair of the Senate Trade Committee, Liberal Senator Eric Abetz.
More than 37,500 small and medium sized businesses in Tasmania will pay less tax sooner with the Federal Liberal Government moving to fast-track tax relief, 5 years earlier than planned.
The announcement today that US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is stepping down will leave a big hole at the UN according to Liberal Senator and Chair of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee Eric Abetz.