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Rosalie Woodruff MP

Member for Franklin

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Rosalie Woodruff MP

In Parliament

  • Tuesday 26 April 2016

    NOTICE OF MOTION

    Rosalie Woodruff MP to move—That the House:—

    (1)           Notes that according to the Liberal’s Energy Supply Plan and recent public comments of the Minister for Energy, Hon Matthew Groom MP, 200MW of diesel generation was to be installed and operational by the end of April 2016.

    (2)           Acknowledges that at 9.15am on 26 April 2016, only 85MW of diesel generation was being used.

    (3)           Calls on the Minister for Energy to explain how he is going to meet his 200MW target in the next four days?

  • THURSDAY 7 April 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff On tomorrow to move

  • THURSDAY 7 April 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff On tomorrow to move

  • WEDNESDAY 6 APRIL 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff On tomorrow to move

    That the House:—

    (1)           Notes that according to the Liberal’s Energy Supply Plan and recent public comments of the hapless Minister for Energy, Hon Matthew Groom MP, 100MW of diesel generation was installed and operational by the end of March 2016.

    (2)           Acknowledges that at 10am. on 6 April 2016 only 46MW of this 100MW was being used.

    (3)           Calls on the Minister for Energy to explain where the missing 53MW of his diesel generation is.

  • WEDNESDAY 6 APRIL 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff On tomorrow to move

    That the House:—

    (1)           Notes the release of the Sentencing Advisory Council final report into the Hodgman Liberals’ policy to abolish suspended sentences.

    (2)           Acknowledges that the Government’s terms of reference prevented the Sentencing Advisory Council from examining the question of whether suspended sentences should be abolished.

  • WEDNESDAY 6 APRIL 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff On tomorrow to move

    That the House:—

    (1)           Notes the State-wide Planning Provisions (SPPs) have been released for public comment.

    (2)           Acknowledges that the changes contained in the State-wide Planning Provisions will have significant ramifications for ordinary Tasmanians.

    (3)           Recognises that the State-wide Planning Provisions in their current form will:—

  • NOTICE OF MOTION

    TUESDAY 05 APRIL 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff MP on tomorrow to move -

    That this house:

    1.     Acknowledges that the risk that the current Tasmanian energy crisis may turn into a catastrophe, including:

    ·        an environmental catastrophe, where threatened native Tasmanian species go extinct and irreversible damage is caused to vulnerable aquatic ecosystems;

  • NOTICE OF MOTION

    TUESDAY 5 APRIL 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff MP on tomorrow to move -

    That this house:

    1.     Acknowledges that the events in Tasmania’s hospitals over the last couple of months are inexcusable and cast a black shadow over this parliament.

    2.     Notes that on 29th January a 95 year old woman was left to lie on the floor of the emergency department waiting room at Royal Hobart Hospital for hours because no beds were available.

  • Question without Notice

    5 April 2016

    To the Premier

    Last week the Attorney-General confirmed the government's intentions to phase out suspended sentences and replace them with alternatives, despite concerns from key stakeholders including the Law Society.

    In her press release she stated:

    "Modelling of various scenarios conducted by John Walker as part of the SAC reference suggests that the full abolition of suspended sentences could cost around $10 million extra per annum."

  • Question without Notice

    5 April 2016

    To the Minister for Energy

    Minister, according to your Energy Supply Plan and recent public comments, 100MW of diesel generation has now been installed and is operational, and the 58MW Trent gas turbine has been returned from servicing and is in operation, bringing the Tamar Valley Power stations operational gas generation capacity up to its full 386MW.

    However, the National Energy Market’s live generation data shows that:

  • NOTICE OF MOTION

    WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff MP on tomorrow to move -

    That this house:

    1.     Acknowledges that many Tasmanians feel powerless in the face of doubts cast over our Islands energy security, rising power prices and the task of tackling climate change.

  • Question Without Notice

    WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH 2016

    To the Premier, the Minister for Tourism, Hospitality and Events

    Bruny Island is being loved to death because of a dramatic increase in tourism numbers - some 24% in the last year. However, there has been no change in infrastructure or services. There’s an extreme lack of toilets and rubbish bins, and a massive spike in reports of human poo and illegal rubbish dumping. Emergency services are at breaking point.

  • NOTICE OF MOTION

    TUESDAY 15 MARCH 2016

    Rosalie Woodruff MP on tomorrow to move -

    That this house:

    1.     Acknowledges that many Tasmanians feel powerless in the face of doubts cast over our Island’s energy security, rising power prices and the task of tackling climate change.  

    2.     Understands that rooftop solar provides members of the Tasmanian community the opportunity to become producers, and take charge of their own energy supply. 

  • Question Without Notice

    TUESDAY 15 MARCH 2016

    To the Minister for Energy

    Minister, Hydro storages are now at their lowest ever level of 14.8 per cent, down from 15.5 per cent only a week ago. A Hydro Tasmania spokesperson is reported to have said that if historical records hold true, rain is “hopefully on the way in coming months”.

  • Question without Notice

    THURSDAY 10 MARCH 2016

    To the Minister for Energy

    Thousands of everyday Tasmanians with rooftop solar are having to pay to use the power they generate from solar panels for heating their own hot water and homes because of a meter software glitch.

    These are ordinary people using their own money to make a positive contribution to power generation in our state's energy crisis.

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