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DELIVERING SAFER COMMUNITIES IN BRADDON

Burnie will benefit from a re-elected Turnbull Liberal Team with Member for Braddon Brett Whiteley today announcing $74,722 for the installation of CCTV cameras along the Burnie boardwalk and CBD. The funding has been committed to the Burnie City Council to expand the existing CCTV network under the Turnbull Liberal Team’s $40 million Safer Communities […]

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COALITION’S JOBS PACKAGE MEANS MORE HIGHLY SKILLED AND WELL PAID JOBS IN REGIONAL TASMANIA

A re-elected Turnbull Government will invest $25 million into a locally-led Regional Tasmania Jobs and Investment Package. The announcement was made in Devonport today by the Deputy Liberal Leader, Julie Bishop, alongside the Federal Members for Bass, Braddon, and Lyons. “This jobs package will help create local jobs and growth, build a highly skilled local […]

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TURNBULL COALITION GOVERNMENT SUPPORTS BUILDING A SECOND INTERCONNECTOR FOR TASMANIA

The Turnbull Government welcomes the release today of the preliminary report into the feasibility of a second Tasmanian interconnector by the Hon Warwick Smith AM, and accepts the interim recommendations that a second interconnector should be supported. Commissioned in April by the Turnbull Coalition and Tasmanian Governments, the report was driven by the energy challenges […]

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Bluff SeaWalk takes next step

A re-elected Turnbull Government will provide $60,000 to complete a feasibility study for the proposed Devonport Bluff SeaWalk project. Federal Member for Braddon Brett Whiteley today joined with the members of the Devonport North Rotary Club to make the announcement at the Devonport Bluff. The proposal is for an elevated walkway over rocks and vegetation […]

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Jobs recovery underway on the North West, but still more to do

ABS figures released today show that since the last federal election, 7,100 jobs have been created in Tasmania, with regional employment figures released last month showing that over 4,000 jobs have been created on the North West Coast. Justine Keay and Labor will no doubt cherry pick the numbers, and try and suggest that black […]