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Scenarios for Two-Seat Green Results in a Division of the 2014 Election

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Super Trawler threat

The Tasmanian Greens today welcomed the Federal Court’s decision, to uphold the temporary ban on the super trawler, but warned that it was only a stay of execution.

“Our waters will never be safe while the Labor and Liberal parties refuse to support a permanent ban on the super trawler,” Mr Booth said.
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Super trawler threat on hold 

The Tasmanian Greens today welcomed the Federal Court’s decision, to uphold the temporary ban on the super trawler, but warned that it was only a stay of execution.   “Our waters will never be safe while the Labor and Liberal parties refuse to support a permanent ban on the super trawler,” Mr Booth said.
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Greens launch Bass ticket

The Tasmanian Greens Member for Bass Kim Booth MP today announced the five Greens candidates who will contest the seat of Bass at the upcoming State Election.

Mr Booth also used the launch to announce a new Greens commitment to attract and retain skilled professionals to Launceston and north-eastern Tasmania, based on the successful Evocities model in New South Wales. 

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Greens to give integrity commission teeth

The Tasmanian Greens today announced their commitment to boost the investigative and coercive powers of the state’s Integrity Commission to make it more effective and boost confidence in Tasmania's public institutions.

Greens Leader Nick McKim MP said that since the Integrity Commission was established in 2010, it has discovered problems with its Act, and also its interaction with other state legislation, which is impeding its effectiveness.

5 years 2 months ago
Greens to give Integrity Commission teeth

The Tasmanian Greens today announced their commitment to boost the investigative and coercive powers of the state’s Integrity Commission to make it more effective and boost confidence in Tasmania's public institutions.

Greens Leader Nick McKim MP said that since the Integrity Commission was established in 2010, it has discovered problems with its Act, and also its interaction with other state legislation, which is impeding its effectiveness.

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