Access to affordable, quality education is a basic human right and the key to transforming people’s lives.
Our vibrant regional economy should deliver economic prosperity and social wellbeing for all.
Our whole community benefits when everyone gets the chance to participate fully in community life.
Tasmanians deserve access to quality, affordable health care when they need it most.
Our environment is an asset that we look after so it can support sustainable development and be enjoyed by everyone.
Human Services Minister Jacquie Petrusma has failed to address questions of staffing in child protection. Shadow Minister Rebecca White this morning asked why 61 workers are currently employed in southern
Shadow Attorney-General Lara Giddings today welcomed the announcement from the Attorney-General, Vanessa Goodwin, that she intends to release a bill for public consultation which would establish a process for the
Tasmanian taxpayers could be forced to foot the bill to compensate unpaid teachers following a payroll bungle overseen by Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff. “Many teachers were not paid for the
Yet again the Liberal Government is facing serious questions over the appointments of two highly-paid senior advisers. Premier Will Hodgman today confirmed only one person was interviewed for the new