Promises Of New Jobs Continues To Evaporate

Promises Of New Jobs Continues To Evaporate

Tasmania Shadow Minister for Small Business Adam Brooks

North-West “Jobs Detective” Needs To Deliver Results

Victor P Taffa

After cynically exploiting people’s hopes for work in order to get votes during the election where he promised 400 new jobs which haven’t materialised, Labor Backbencher Brenton Best is at it again, Shadow Minister for Small Business Adam Brooks said today.

“Given his record, one has to ask whether Mr. Best’s latest promise of a vegetable processing plant at Circular Head is another empty pledge designed to make people believe that he is actually doing something.” Mr. Brooks said.

“The prospect of 300 jobs being created would be a blessing for the North-West Coast, but Mr. Best has let himself down with his poor track-record of failing to keep his promises. Does he actually think that people are going to believe him this time?”

“Given the State Government’s poor financial position and threats of thousands of Nurses, Teachers and Police losing their jobs, Mr. Best need to do everything he can to ensure this project get off the ground.” Mr. Brooks said.

“Instead of promising projects that he is simply not going to be able to deliver, Mr. Best needs to spend a bit more time working on his detective skills, and delivering some tangible results for the people of the North-West.” Mr. Brooks said.