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School Start Plan Unsafe

Classroom, Students with Raised Hands

The plan Premier Gutwein has announced for Tasmania's education system is a plan to keep schools open, not a plan to keep schools safe. 
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP | Media Release | 21 January 2022


Government Must Ensure Safe Staffing Levels for Nurses

Royal Hobart Hospital, Emergency Department Entrance

The Premier assured us he has financial flex in his budget, and he should use it to ensure safe staffing levels in the health system, and to make a COVID allowa
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP | Media Release | 20 January 2022


Education Minister MIA

Education, Textbook and Laptop

Parents are anxious to hear the Government’s COVID safe schools plans. But instead of overseeing this critical task, Minister Sarah Courtney has gone on holiday
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP | Media Release | 19 January 2022


City Hall Another Sign of Unprepared Government

Royal Hobart Hospital, Emergency Department Entrance

The fact the Government has begun planning to use Hobart City Hall for COVID management is yet another example of how unprepared they were for borders to reopen
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP | Media Release | 18 January 2022


One Month From Reopening, Cases Still Climbing and No Pl...

Royal Hobart Hospital, Emergency Department Entrance

In four short weeks since the Premier prematurely opened the border to Covid, cases continue to soar
Cassy O'Connor MP | Media Release | 15 January 2022


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Parliamentary Activity

MAIB - Finances

Economy, Finance, Calculator, Pen and Graph

I might have heard correctly that you said the financial investments for MAIB were $1.88 billion before the COVID-19 period and is now at $2.66 billion.
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP | Estimates | 1 December 2021


MAIB - Claims

Bureaucracy, Professional with Paperwork

What proportion of claimants receive daily care payments, housekeeping payments, loss of income allowances?
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP | Estimates | 1 December 2021


Metro Tasmania – Driver Safety

Bus

The annual report notes that there has been an increase in complaints related to driver interactions with other road users.
Cassy O'Connor MP | Estimates | 1 December 2021


Metro Tasmania – Women in the Workforce

Gender Equality

The 2020-21 annual report shows that 18 per cent of the Metro workforce are women.
Cassy O'Connor MP | Speech | 1 December 2021


Metro Tasmania – Service Accessibility

House of Assembly, Tasmania

The 2020-21 annual report does not report on accessible services - that is, general access services, delivered with low-floor accessible buses.
Cassy O'Connor MP | Estimates | 1 December 2021


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