Mobile black spot areas

Funding. The Australian Labor Party will invest $2 million to address mobile black spots in the north west if it is elected at the next federal election.  Prioritising Circular Head, West Coast and King Island, mobile black spot areas within the community will be identified based on community need.  Labor Candidate for Braddon Justine Keay …

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Braddon recount

Result. Shane Broad, of the Australian Labor Party, has been elected as Member of the House of Assembly for the division of Braddon until the next general election. A recount to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Bryan Green was underway earlier this week with six candidates consenting for the recount. They were Benji …

2 years ago

Bryan Green resigns

Politics. Labor leader Bryan Green resigned on Friday following two decades of parliamentary service, 16 of which were in government. Mr Green was first elected to state parliament as Labor Member for Braddon in 1998, he then went on to serve in various ministerial roles before becoming Deputy Premier in 2006 and then Opposition Leader …

2 years ago
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Labor’s pool pledge 

Funding. The Australian Labor Party (ALP) has pledged its commitment to a new indoor heated pool for Circular Head with a $3.5 million federal election promise. Shadow Minister for Regional Development and Local Government Julie Collins MP made the announcement alongside Labor candidate for Braddon Justine Keay and Tasmanian ALP president Anne Urquhart at the …

2 years ago