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BLACK TUESDAY FIRES (SPEECH TO PARLIAMENT)

In the late spring and early summer of 1966, Tasmania experienced wet weather followed by hot, dry conditions that turned lush green growth into a crisp golden brown. The addition of a hot howling wind on this very morning, 50 years ago today, provided the final fatal ingredient for what is now known in Tasmania as Black Tuesday.

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PENSIONERS NEXT IN LINE FOR CENTRELINK LETTERS

In the next few weeks it will be aged and disability pensioners who’ll be getting debt recovery letters in the mail, similar to those issued over Christmas to students and the unemployed.

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CENTRELINK PROSECUTION

IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION REQUIRED INTO LATEST CENTRELINK DEBT SCANDAL

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TOOTHLESS ACCC CAN’T STOP THE GOUGE

Brian Mitchell, Federal Labor Member for Lyons, is demanding that the ACCC do its job on petrol prices and protect Tasmanians from being ripped off.

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Labor Commits To Primrose Sands Bridge Rebuild

A Shorten Labor Government will contribute to the replacement of the Carlton River Bridge at Primrose Sands.

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