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Tasmania’s Democracy Has Been Bought

This Tasmania State Election won by Will Hodgman Liberal Government has sadly been bought by the pokies industry. Labor Leader Rebecca White bravely, but...
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Northern Suburbs Light Rail A Bad Idea

Andrew Wilkie Is Wrong On The Northern Suburbs Light Rail I am a big fan of Andrew Wilkie and agree with most things he says....
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Labor and Giddings Heading for Oblivian in Election

  With retail sales and new car sales in Tasmania on the rise and unemployment falling in recent months from 8.3% in July to 7.7%...

Are We Overgoverned? Is Our Political System Broken?

Is Our Political System Broken Down and Dysfunctional? Australia became a federation in 1901. At that time the constitution was drawn up allowing the six...

Hobart Water Meter Rollout Hits Trouble

Tasmania's controversial water meter rollout has been less than smooth with complaints of faulty meters and damaged gardens and is behind schedule. Hobart's Mercury newspaper...
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We cannot afford not to have a carbon tax

The argument by big polluting carbon produces, Tony Abbott and the Liberal Party that we will destroy Australian Industry and Australian jobs is a very poor...

Felmingham has no understanding of the Green perspective

Bruce Felmingham who is principle consultant with IMC-LINK has continued on with his anti green, pro Tamar Valley pulp mill argument in in his...
Pulp Mill Very Unpopular

New Report Shows Gunns Pulp Mill Is On The Nose

Gunns Ltd yesterday released a report commissioned by Myriad research which is stage 1 of their community consultation process. The report revealed 40% of...

Who is Running the Peace Talks on the Tasmanian Forestry Statement of Principles?

Who are the people that are negotiating the Tasmanian Forestry Statement of Principles, and who has given them the right to negotiate the use...