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Question - 26 May 2022

Empty Classroom

COVID-19 - Infection Rates in Educational Settings

Health department data reveals almost 40 per cent of primary school-aged children have not had a single COVID-19 vaccination and half have not had a booster.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: COVID-19, Schools


Question - 26 May 2022

Coronavirus

COVID-19 - Protective Measures

Yesterday, Tasmania recorded 900 new COVID-19 cases, 51 people are in hospital and case numbers there have been high for over a month.
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: COVID-19, Health


Question - 25 May 2022

South Coast Track Luxury Lodge Development - Aboriginal Heritage Report

In my hand is a right to information document that is 738 pages long with 658 pages, unsurprisingly, fully redacted.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Aboriginal Heritage, Parks, Parks EOIs, Reserve Activity Assessments, Aboriginal Tasmanians


Question - 25 May 2022

Fish Farm, Macquarie Harbor

Finfish Industry - Implementation of Committee Recommendations

The Legislative Council's extensive public inquiry into the finfish industry has delivered its report.
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Fish Farms, Environment, Environment Protection Authority, Marine Environment


Question - 24 May 2022

Ambulance, Interior

Ambulance Tasmania - Funding Issues

Words cannot do justice to the truly dire state of Tasmania's ambulance service.
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Ambulances, Paramedics, State Budget


Question - 24 May 2022

Preferential Voting, Ballot Paper

Federal Election Results - Reaction of Premier

Australians have elected a new federal parliament with a strong mandate to deliver a safer climate, a national integrity commission and a fairer society.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Political Leadership, Democracy, Climate Change, Integrity


Question - 5 May 2022

LGBTI Flags

LGBTIQ+ People - Providing a Safe Tasmania

Yesterday the results of the Government-commissioned UTAS LGBTIQ survey were released.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: LGBTI, Mental Health, Political Leadership


Question - 5 May 2022

Protest, Climate Emergency

Importance of Peaceful Protest

All the great gains of the Tasmania we know and love have come from the passion of our people, uniting to make things better, protesting where we must.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Native Forest Logging, Anti-Protest Laws, Protest


Question - 4 May 2022

Fish Farm, Macquarie Harbor

JBS - Reputation

The use of the proceeds of crime to fund a venture is illegal. JBS has been convicted of that crime in the United States.
Dr Rosalie Woodruff MP  |  Tags: Fish Farms, Environment


Question - 4 May 2022

Protest, Climate Emergency

Attack on Peaceful Protests

As a new Premier, passionate about the mental health of our young people, how can you justify this continued attack on their future with this antiquated agenda?
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Anti-Protest Laws, Protest


Question - 24 March 2022

Coronavirus

COVID-19 - Public Health Advice on Lifting of Mask Mandates

Did Public Health tell you the doubling of reported cases within 48 hours after masks were removed had nothing to do with lifting those protections?
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: COVID-19


Question - 24 March 2022

Coronavirus

COVID-19 - Lifting of Mask Mandate and Effect on Numbers

As of today, there are 2009 reported new cases. Just 48 hours after the mask mandate was lifted on 11 March reported COVID-19 case numbers doubled to over 1800.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: COVID-19


Question - 23 March 2022

Bureaucracy, Professional with Paperwork

Public Trustee - Recommendations and Outcomes of Review

On 30 November last year, an independent review into the Public Trustee by Damian Bugg QC was published.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Public Trustee, Justice


Question - 23 March 2022

Coronavirus

COVID-19 - Government Actions and Numbers of Cases

In total, more than 70 000 Tasmanians have been infected, including thousands of children and young people, with a novel bat virus.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: COVID-19, Health


Question - 22 March 2022

Coronavirus

COVID-19 - Risk for People with Disability

As of today, we have total of 1825 reported COVID-19 cases in the wider Tasmanian community.
Cassy O'Connor MP  |  Tags: Disability, COVID-19


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