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5 years 6 months agoAdventure Tourism boost for North West The Tasmanian Greens today announced their Adventure Lies in the West $12 million policy commitment to market Tasmania’s North West to interstate and international tourists. Greens Leader Nick McKim MP and Greens Member for Braddon MP Paul O’Halloran MP launched the policy today in Devonport, saying it presents a plan to encourage visitors to ‘go west’ when they arrive by ferry or other means.
5 years 6 months agoBacking Landcare The Tasmanian Greens today announced a funding package to provide long term funding certainty for Landcare. Greens Primary Industries spokesperson Kim Booth MP said the Greens would provide $280,000 to Landcare over the forward estimates, and establish linkages with UTAS and DPIPWE to help improve delivery and auditing of projects.
5 years 6 months agoInvesting in Tasmania's Neighbourhood Houses - Investing in People The Tasmanian Greens today announced their Supporting our Neighbourhood Houses policy initiative. Community Services Spokesperson Cassy O’Connor MP said the Greens are committed to a strong, effective Neighbourhood House network in Tasmania, announcing a total package of $2.995 million to strengthen their capacity to reach out to Tasmanians.
5 years 6 months agoLaunceston can be Tasmania’s River City The Tasmanian Greens today announced their $11.5 million policy to clean up the Tamar River. Tasmanian Greens Member for Bass Kim Booth, said that cleaning up the Tamar is pivotal to transforming Launceston into the economic engine for Tasmania’s north.