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Cassy O'Connor MP - 2 June 2015
Ms O'CONNOR question to MINISTER for HUMAN SERVICES, Mrs PETRUSMA
   
Did you feel ripped off when the Treasurer handed down his second Budget last week?
2 June 2015
Mr McKIM question to PREMIER, Mr HODGMAN
   
[10.56 a.m.]
You have claimed that your Budget delivers for women at risk of men's violence, yet can you confirm that the new funding in your Budget to respond to the current crisis of men's violence against women in Tasmania is limited to a
2 June 2015

Notice of Motion

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Nick McKim MP on tomorrow to move -

That the House:

1. Notes the unfair competitive advantage that major industrials in Tasmania have over small business due to their bargaining power when negotiating electricity prices;

2. Agrees that: 

2 June 2015

Notice of Motion

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Nick McKim MP on tomorrow to move

That the House:

1. Recognises and grieves for the 84 women killed by violent men in 2014;

2. Understands with horror that the Nation is on track to top that grim toll in 2015, with 41 women killed this year so far, an average of one every four days;

Cassy O'Connor MP - 28 May 2015
Ms O'CONNOR question to PREMIER, Mr HODGMAN
   
[10.12 a.m.]
The rumour mill is alive with stories of your Parliamentary Secretary, Mr Brooks', conduct on your recent trip to China. Is it a fact that he embarrassed the delegation more than once? Is it a fact that he missed more than one bus?
Cassy O'Connor MP - 28 May 2015
Ms O'CONNOR question to MINISTER for HEALTH, Mr FERGUSON
   
[10.33 a.m.]
After months of prevaricating your Commonwealth colleagues have today announced a two-year funding deal for the Mersey hospital.
Cassy O'Connor MP - 27 May 2015

NOTICE OF MOTION

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Cassy O’Connor MP on tomorrow to move -

That the House:

1. Congratulates our close Pacific neighbour, Samoa, on the agreement to build the country's second windfarm;

Cassy O'Connor MP - 27 May 2015
Ms O'CONNOR question to PREMIER, Mr HODGMAN
   
[10.25 a.m.]
Do you accept that the very purpose of the Commonwealth Grants Commission process that sees Tasmania receive a higher per capita share of GST is to invest in improving the health, wellbeing and educational attainment of the Tasmanian people?
27 May 2015
Mr McKIM question to MINISTER for RESOURCES, Mr HARRISS
   
[10.09 a.m.]
When you were last asked about Forestry Tasmania's application for Forest Stewardship Council certification, you said that Forestry Tasmania expected to receive the final report from FSC'S auditors, SCS Global, in April.
 

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