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Estimates - 26 November 2020

Bushfire, Active Blaze

Police, Fire and Emergency Management – Bushfire Risk

The Bureau of Meteorology's Forest Fire Danger Index is how Australia measures bushfire risk.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Climate Emergency, Bushfires


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Police Officers in High Visibility Vests

Police, Fire and Emergency Management – Family Violence Procedure

Minister, on 21 October the Commissioner of Police replied to some of our inquiries relating to the findings of the coroner into the death of Ms Olga Neubert.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Family Violence, Coronial Inquest


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Pills

Police, Fire and Emergency Management – Pill Testing

The death of six young people aged 18 to 23 across two summers in New South Wales prompted a substantial coronial inquiry in New South Wales.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Pill Testing


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Pile of Handguns

Police, Fire and Emergency Management – National Firearms Agreement

After some policy commitments were made by the Liberal Party before the last state election, there was a substantial firearms inquiry in Tasmania.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: National Firearms Agreement, Firearms Inquiry, Gun Control


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Justice, Scales and Gavel

Police, Fire and Emergency Management - James Griffin

The ministers through Estimates this week have confirmed that Ms Courtney, the Minister for Health, first became aware on 31 July 2019.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Child Abuse, Police, Justice


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Fish Farm, Macquarie Harbor

Primary Industries – Fish Farming

The proposed expansion in Storm Bay would ensure basically a plastic curtain from North Bruny to Nubeena.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Fish Farms, Primary Industries


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Cruise Ship

Primary Industries – Ruby Princess

My understanding is that the secretary was in charge of border controls at the time that the Ruby Princess passengers arrived in Tasmania.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Cruise Ships, Coronavirus, Biosecurity


Estimates - 26 November 2020

Shaking Hands

Primary Industries – THA Lobbying

The head of the THA, Mr Steve Old, contacted the secretary seeking assistance to enable Mr Rodger Powell, to have an essential workers' exemption.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Tasmanian Hospitality Association, Coronavirus, Biosecurity


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Planning Documents

Planning – State Policies

State policies make sure planning is consistent and forward thinking as well as unfettered by political and development interests.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Planning


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Shaking Hands

Planning – Crown Land Consent

If a person wants to undertake a project on crown land they need to enter into a lease or licence before landholder consent will be granted.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Planning, Crown Land


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Rosny Hill, Rosny, Tasmania

Planning – Rosny Hill

Rosny Hill is the only place in Tasmania that the endangered leafy sun orchid is found. There are only 30 leafy sun orchids left at recent counts in that area.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Rosny Hill, Planning


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Planning Documents

Planning – Cambria Green

In April 2018 Cambria Green Tourism and Agriculture and Lidaohengtong signed an agreement in Beijing to jointly develop the Cambria culture and art town.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Cambria Green, Major Projects, Planning, China


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Swift Parrot

Environment and Parks – Swift Parrot Nesting Hollows

The Department of State Growth have already closed potential nesting hollows for the critically endangered swift parrot in six blue gums.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Swift Parrot, Planning


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Fish Farm in Okehampton Bay, Tasmania

Environment and Parks – EPA

It's fair to say, in a general sense, that the fovernment views the environment as a lower priority than the economy.
Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Environment Protection Authority, Environment, Fish Farms, Economy


Estimates - 25 November 2020

Bushfire, Active Blaze

Environment and Parks – Fuel Reduction Burning

We have information from within Parks that planned burns are not always being undertaken in a strategic way.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Fuel Reduction Burns, Parks


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