Federal Housing Minister Michael Sukkar and State Housing Minister Roger Jaensch both attended today’s meeting at which Shelter Tasmania and TasCOSS represented the community services industry with a united front.
Keep up to date with TasCOSS’s response and media coverage of the 2019/20 State Budget handed down by the Treasurer on Thursday 23 May 2019.
Government fails Tasmanians despite Premier’s pledge to share prosperity, says Kym Goodes.
“This is not the game-changing budget Tasmanians need. We have seen this Budget before — it has been delivered again and again. And we cannot expect to see different results until the government opens up to investing differently and directly in Tasmanians.”
People don’t cope well with change, which is why next week’s state budget is so important, writes Kym Goodes.
A stand out theme across the whole region was the opportunity to access vacant buildings across the community for various developments and initiatives.
Congratulations to Alexandra Humphries for winning the TasCOSS Public Service journalism award at the 2019 Tasmanian Media Awards held in Hobart on in Thursday 9 May.
Take a look at the provisional program for this year’s TasCOSS State Conference. Don’t miss out on *Early Bird* tickets on sale until 31 May.
For the benefit of our Members and supporters, TasCOSS collated candidate responses to the Federal Election priorities for Tasmanians. Find out more about the policy initiatives of each candidate and/or party in response to the priority areas.
In Taroona-Bonnet Hill, for example, 18.6% of the age 17-24 population were granted a licence in 2016-17 compared to 6.8% of the age 17-24 population in Clarendon Vale and 9.3% in Smithton.