Bryan began work as an apprentice fitter and machinist at the Burnie paper mill where he worked for close to 20 years.
The Tasmanian Greens’ focus on agriculture, tourism, forestry, mining and fishing recognise the
Since I was elected four years ago I have not stopped fighting for the North-West.
Kevin is a proud born and bred Tasmanian and is standing as the Palmer United Party’s candidate for Premier of Tasmania at the March 15th state election.
Raised in a family involved in small business, at 17 years of age Brenton began life as an engine driver.
Jeremy was first elected to the Tasmanian Parliament in 2002 and elected as Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in 2006.
Justine Keay is a mother of three very energetic young boys as well as an Alderman for the Devonport City Council, serving the Devonport community for the last four years.
Joan enters politics after a successful career in business.
A former police officer of 22 years now a Waratah-Wynard councillor, Kevin retired from the police service retired with the rank of sergeant (detective).
Darryl Bessell is a long term Labor Party member and strongly believe that only Labor can deliver a fair go for all.
Man escapes with cash and cigarettes.
A Launceston mum is calling on the community to support a young Cambodian woman.
A major outage effect business owners and residents in Legana for four days.
City of Launceston abstained from voting at a LGAT meeting earlier this month.
About two kilometres of beach on Tasmania's East Coast is littered with crab exoskeletons.
The contribution of Kevin Gleeson to the Tasmanian music scene will again be celebrated on Saturday.
On the day before the state budget was handed down, Question Time was both contemplative and spirited.