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Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens' Leader

The Tasmanian Greens will continue the roll out of free energy efficiency upgrades to low income households and small businesses, delivering lasting cost of living relief to Tasmanians.

3 days 1 hour ago

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens' Leader and Member for Denison

The Fragrance Group's aggressive and obtrusive plans for Hobart have been dealt a near fatal blow.

Once the 'establishment' in the form of Simon Current and Greg Farrell are prepared to condemn a development, it's surely as good as finished.

3 days 1 hour ago

Andrea Dawkins MP | Greens' Environment and Parks spokesperson

The State Budget, like the Liberals’ previous Budgets, has an obvious loser - our environment and Parks.  With the exception of some extra Federal funds, it provides no additional State money.

3 days 1 hour ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens' Energy spokesperson

The Liberals’ Budget confetti doesn’t contain a single item that would secure Tasmania’s energy supply, or permanently drive down energy prices for ordinary Tasmanians.

3 days 1 hour ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens' Health spokesperson

Despite the big talk about extra hundreds of millions of health dollars, the Budget reveals the Hodgman Government’s plan to spend less in the hospital system this year than was actually spent in the last. 

3 days 1 hour ago

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens' Leader

After three years of cuts and neglecting community services, the fourth Hodgman Budget focuses on extinguishing spot fires of community concern and scatters money around like confetti in the lead up to the election.

This is a Budget that's bloated with pork.

4 days 5 hours ago

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens' Leader

The Hodgman Liberals have delivered an unsurprising pre-election Budget.

Having slashed funding to essential services in their first Budget, now the Liberals are trying to repair some of the damage caused in health and education particularly.

4 days 5 hours ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens' Marine Environment spokesperson

The Minister for Primary Industries refused to commit to not changing laws or licence conditions, again, to help Tassal comply with an Aquaculture Stewardship Council order in Question Time today.

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