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The 2014-15 Budget delivers what we said it would before the election; it keeps our promises, delivers our Plan and it lays the foundations for the future.More...
News >> Media Releases
The Tasmanian Liberals will put in place one planning scheme for all developments in Tasmania – residential, commercial and industrial.More...
ICC Cricket World Cup Coming Soon
Thursday, 27 November 2014
This afternoon I was pleased to launch Tasmania's Catch the Fever marketing campaign, and announce the official 100 day countdown until the first of Tasmania's three ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 matches. Catch the Fever has been created to maximise the opportunities created by our state hosting the... Read more...
Girls Day Out 2014
Sunday, 23 November 2014
Today I was honoured to officially open Girls Day Out 2014 at Princes Wharf Shed No. 1 in Hobart, Tasmania's largest female lifestyle expo and fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. With more than 50 exhibitors, this year's Girls Day Out includes gourmet food and wine stalls, health... Read more...
New Cancer 'transport2treatment' Van Launched
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Today I was very pleased to join the Cancer Council of Tasmania in launching its new Dry July transport2treatment van. The van has been purchased using funds raised during Dry July, an annual event that challenges participants to go without alcohol for a month in order to raise money through... Read more...
Elise Archer stands for:
• a firm, fair and impartial approach to her role as Speaker of the House of Assembly;
• upholding the integrity of the House of Assembly and ensuring parliamentary conduct of all members is respectful;
• strong representation of the electorate of Denison and standing up for our community;
• fixing the budget mess left by the former Labor Green Government, keeping election promises and laying the foundation for the future, including by;
• rebuilding frontline services in our police service, hospitals and schools;
• investment in critical infrastructure, including our roads and community assets;
• eliminating disadvantage and improving standards of living;
• attracting investment, supporting initiatives to kickstart our economy and creating jobs;
• fair and equitable access to education, and encouraging young Tasmanians to achieve their full potential;
• introducing one state-wide planning scheme for a fairer, cheaper, simpler and faster planning system;
• supporting small businesses by reducing red tape;
• building on our competitive strengths and boosting tourism and hospitality in Tasmania;
• working with local government for better community and economic outcomes.