Header - Mornings with Martin

Tasmanian Opposition Leader Bryan Green has been busy all week in Government Budget Estimates hearings, quizzing the Premier and Ministers about the recently released State Budget.
Mr Green took time out from the hearings to talk to Martin Agatyn about some of the key points ion the hearings.
He also spoke about a budget reply forum to be held in Burnie on Monday night . . .

 

You may also like...

State Budget

State Budget

Treasurer Peter Gutwein has handed down his 3rd budget, delivering a $77 million surplus, however it won't last long.  The state expected to be...

Building Boost

Building Boost

Tasmania's already bouyant building industry's about to get more turbo charging with the state government announcing the first home builder's grant...

More funding for Mineral Resources Tasmania relocation to Burnie

More funding for Mineral Resources Tasmania relocation to Burnie

Mining Minister Adam Brooks has announced a further $2.6 million in State Government funding for the relocation of Mineral Resources Tasmania from...

Budget Week

Budget Week

Talk of surplus for Tasmania's budget seems to have the union movement sniffing the breeze for a better deal on wages growth. Currently, the state...


May 27, 2016

Treasurer visits the North-West to talk up the State Budget

Tasmanian treasurer Peter Gutwein was on the Coast today after handing down his State budget in Parliament yesterday.He spoke to Martin Agatyn about some of the key points of the budget, including the Cradle Mountain Master Plan . . . read more >
May 27, 2016

The Voice of Vinyl, May 27 - Bob Dylan

Today's Voice of Vinyl segment with Andrew Argent from Red Hot Music in Devonport was all about the life and times of legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan . . . read more >
May 27, 2016

Pollies Perch, May 27 - Braddon MHR Brett Whiteley

Braddon MHR Brett Whiteley stepped up onto the Pollies Perch today.Brett spoke about the tobacco tax, funding for the new Dial Regional Sports Complex, and potential funding for upgrading the courts at the Burnie Tennis Club to international standard . . . read more >
May 26, 2016

North-West does well out of State Budget

Projects worth $130 million on the North-West Coast have been detailed in the State Budget, tabled in Parliament today by treasurer Peter Gutwein.Martin Agatyn spoke to Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockliff about a number of the projects and some broader details of… read more >
May 26, 2016

The Mayor on the Air, May 26 - Wynyard-Waratah Acting Mayor Mary Duniam

Waratah-Wynyard Acting Mayor Mary Duniam stood in again for mayor Robbie Walsh in today's Mayor on the Air segment.Mary spoke about the terrific fundraising effort for the recent colourathon, which raised valuable dollars to buy play equipment for children… read more >
May 25, 2016

Cooee man dies after being shot by police

A 48 year-old Cooee man died in hospital early this morning after being shot by police late last night.A ethical standards investigation has been launched and a report is being prepared for the coroner.Martin Agatyn spoke to Tasmania Police Western District… read more >
May 25, 2016

Pollies Perch Extra, May 25 - Endorsed Labor Federal Candidate for Braddon, Justine Keay

Endorsed Labor Federal Candidate for Braddon, Justine Keay stepped up onto the Pollies Perch today and spoke about Federal Labor funding announcements on Medicare and election promise funding for the Smithton Swimming Pool and the Wynyard Waterfront… read more >
May 25, 2016

Federal funding announced for vulnerable youth

Federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan today announced a $1 million funding package for Tasmanian Association of Police Community Youth Clubs (PCYC) to help at risk young people aged 14-16 to help develop strategies to make better life choices.Project Booyah… read more >
May 25, 2016

The Mayor on the Air, May 25 - Anita Dow (Burnie)

Burnie Mayor Anita Dow was today's Mayor on the Air.Anite spoke about the counci's wish list for tomorrow night's State Budget, the NBN rollout, and input being sought for the parking strategy being developed by the council . . . read more >
May 25, 2016

Dairy farming assistance package announced

Dairy farmers struggling to make ends meet will be able to share in $55 million in Dairy Recovery Concessional Loans announced by the Federal Government today.The Government will also provide access to $500 million in concessional loans over the next two… read more >
May 24, 2016

Have a Cuppa for Cancer - Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Thursday is officially the day to mark Australia's Biggest Morning Tea by hosting or attending an event to raise funds for the Cancer Council Tasmania.However, people can host events right through the months of May and June.If you are unable to host or attend… read more >
May 24, 2016

The Mayor on the Air - Darryl Quiliam (Circular Head)

Circular Head Mayor Darryl Quilliam was today's Mayor on the Air.Darryl spoke about library services, the dairy industry turmoil over milk prices, the Winter Woollies campaign, and funding for the new Smithton Swimming Pool . . . read more >
May 23, 2016

Feds recognise need for Bass Highway upgrade

Federal Minister for Projects, Territories and Local Government, Paul Fletcher was on the Coast today, promising $500,000 for a feasibility study into upgrading the section of Bass Highway from Cooee to Wynyard.He spoke to Martin Agatyn on Across the Coast… read more >