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The Tasmanian Greens Member for Braddon Paul O’Halloran MP today condemned the Liberal Party’s proposal to open up new areas of the Tarkine coastline to unrestrained off-road vehicle access.
“We are custodians of the Tarkine, with its rich Aboriginal history, outstanding coastlines and rain forests that are recognised as among the greatest wild places on earth,” Mr O’Halloran said.
The Tasmanian Greens today released further details on their plan for Tasmania to roll out fibre optics to the premises.
Greens Leader Nick McKim said that the Greens would establish the Tasmanian Broadband Network Company to provide advice to government by the end of 2014 on funding options, rollout timeframes, delivery mechanisms, and how to best leverage fibre to the premises to create jobs and deliver better public services.
The Tasmanian Greens today announced a $3.75 million dollars commitment to mental health over the next four years.
Greens Health spokesperson Paul O'Halloran MP said the Greens will fund a range of programs in mental health and suicide prevention, investing in a more effective and evidence based mental health service for all Tasmanians.
The Tasmanian Greens today pledged to develop a comprehensive ten year State Autism Plan and Implementation Strategy to support Tasmanians with autism and their families.Greens Leader Nick McKim MP said the dedicated State Plan would help improve support across the whole-life course of Tasmanians with autism, from initial diagnosis through childhood, adolescence, adulthood and aged care.
The Tasmanian Greens Leader Nick McKim MP today released analysis by electoral expert Dr Kevin Bonham that shows that the Greens can win seven seats at the State Election.
“The polls, along with Dr Bonham's analysis, show that the Greens can win seven seats at this election,” Mr McKim said.