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The Liberals’ Plan: 108 extra Police on the beat

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The majority Hodgman Liberal Government will restore Tasmania Police to the levels before Labor and the Greens took an axe to the frontline – that is, 1228 sworn officers. This means an extra…

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Liberals’ Plan for investment and jobs: A simpler, cheaper, faster, fairer planning scheme

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The Tasmanian Liberals will put in place one planning scheme for all developments in Tasmania – residential, commercial and industrial.

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Read more about Elise's responsiblities as a Liberal member for Denison.

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Paying tribute to Mrs Doone Kennedy AO
Sunday, 31 August 2014
I would like to pay tribute to Hobart's first and only female Lord Mayor, Mrs Doone Kennedy AO, who passed away yesterday aged 87. Mrs Kennedy served as an Alderman of the Hobart City Council from 1982 to 1999 and was Lord Mayor for a decade from 1986 to 1996. After leaving Council, Mrs Kennedy... Read more...
Tasmanians encouraged to donate during Op Shop Week
Monday, 25 August 2014
I encourage Tasmanians to join me in supporting the third National Op Shop Week which runs until Sunday 31 August, 2014. Today I donated clothes to St Vincent de Paul Society's Vinnies Op Shop in Argyle Street, Hobart, which is one of over 100 op shops across Tasmania. An initiative of the 'Do... Read more...

Elise Archer stands for:

  • attracting investment, supporting initiatives to kickstart our economy and creating jobs, whilst making certain our police, hospitals and schools have the funds they need;
  • ensuring transparency & accountability in government decision making and due process;
  • standing up for our local communities;
  • one state-wide planning scheme for all Tasmania for a fairer, cheaper, simpler and faster planning system;
  • where possible, ensuring essential services such as electricity and water and sewerage can be affordable for all Tasmanians;
  • investigating the economic and practical viability of alternative urban public transport options such as passenger light rail;
  • maintaining high quality road infrastructure, with road safety a priority;
  • delivering better health results, shorter hospital waiting lists, keeping people well and out of hospital, providing more services closer to home, spending the health dollar better and ensuring a fairer Tasmania;
  • lifting our unacceptable education standards and providing better support to teachers and students;
  • maximising opportunities for the greater area of Hobart such as:
    • developing a Capital City Strategy to ensure access to future federal infrastructure funds (as required by COAG by 1 January 2012);
    • ensuring access to the waterfront;
    • maintaining the working Port of Hobart;
    • increasing tourism opportunities;
  • having a long term commitment to affordable housing, together with a consultative homelessness strategy (and models of youth housing to reconnect young people with education, training and work opportunities);
  • working with local government for better community and economic outcomes.