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Stigma Of Mental Health Continues Plan Unveiled For Redfern Railway Station Lifts Tasmania’s Long Serving State Premier Will Hodgman Prime Minister Of Australia From Tasmania Joe Lyons Overland Train Stays On Track In Year 2020 Round One Growing Victoria’s Botanic Gardens Grants Program Now Open Marine Farming Development To Be Consolidated Into Single Plan Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks Railways Must Not Be Dispensed With For Very Good Reasons Why Federal Politicians Want To Cut Heavy Railway Lines
 
Stigma Of Mental Health Continues

Stigma Of Mental Health Continues

Mental Health Medication Runs Poor Second Victor P Taffa Stigma of mental health continues and is compounded by doctors, nurses and the very mental health system itself. Everyone working in the system leaves best patient healthcare in last place. Mental Health Review Tribunal Just to get discharged from a mental health facility requires a lawyer […]

Plan Unveiled For Redfern Railway Station Lifts

Plan Unveiled For Redfern Railway Station Lifts

New South Wales Minister for Transport Andrew Constance Redfern Railway Station Upgrade With New Southern Concourse Victor P Taffa New South Wales Government is improving accessibility at Redfern Railway Station as part of the Transport Access Program. Project aims to provide a railway station precinct that is accessible to those with a disability, limited mobility, […]

Tasmania’s Long Serving State Premier Will Hodgman

Tasmania’s Long Serving State Premier Will Hodgman

Tasmania’s 45th State Premier Victor P Taffa Given the way that Will Hodgman turned Tasmania around economically, Editor Victor P Taffa is sure that he would do a good job as Prime Minister of Australia. Premier Will Hodgman should enter Federal Parliament and later serve as Prime Minister of Australia. Please be advised that The […]

Prime Minister Of Australia From Tasmania Joe Lyons

Prime Minister Of Australia From Tasmania Joe Lyons

Tasmania’s 26th State Premier Victor P Taffa Joseph Aloysius Lyons CH served as the 10th Prime Minister of Australia and also the 26th State Premier of Tasmania. Joe Lyons currently is the only Tasmanian to hold both the position of State Premier and Prime Minister of Australia. Joe Lyons is the only State Premier to […]

Overland Train Stays On Track In Year 2020

Overland Train Stays On Track In Year 2020

JBRE Publicity & Events Manager Caitlin Jones Overland Train Lives On Victor P Taffa Great Southern Rail has sent Editor Victor P Taffa the following message regarding his email to run the Overland Train as a V/Line Velocity Train. Since 19 January 1887 the Overland Train has operated between Melbourne and Adelaide. Great Southern Rail […]

Round One Growing Victoria’s Botanic Gardens Grants Program Now Open

Round One Growing Victoria’s Botanic Gardens Grants Program Now Open

Victoria Minister for Energy Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio Looking After Victoria’s Treasured Botanic Gardens Victor P Taffa Andrews Government is preserving and improving Victoria’s precious botanic gardens with more than $1.4 Million for gardens across the state. Round One of the Growing Victoria’s Botanic Gardens Grants Program will provide grants to 17 gardens […]

Marine Farming Development To Be Consolidated Into Single Plan

Marine Farming Development To Be Consolidated Into Single Plan

Tasmania Minister for Primary Industries and Water Guy Barnett Sustainable Growth For Salmon Industry Victor P Taffa Hodgman Government strongly supports responsible and sustainable growth in the Salmon Industry, which provides thousands of direct and indirect jobs, many of which are in regional areas. Through our Sustainable Industry Growth Plan for the Salmon Industry, we […]

Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks

Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks

High Speed Rail Operates On Heavy Rail Tracks Victor P Taffa Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail (HSR Aka Japan’s Bullet Train) is essentially a Heavy Rail Train that operates at 500 km/h. Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail includes a Roll-on Roll-off Rail Ferry across Bass Strait. HSR travels on Heavy Rail Tracks that […]

Railways Must Not Be Dispensed With For Very Good Reasons

Railways Must Not Be Dispensed With For Very Good Reasons

Railway Facts And Figures Victor P Taffa Railway Planners and Politicians who do not know or ignore the Past cannot Plan for the Present let alone the Future. Given what has gone on with closure of Branch Railways throughout New South Wales it would seem rather mad capped for the North West Railway Line under […]

Why Federal Politicians Want To Cut Heavy Railway Lines

Why Federal Politicians Want To Cut Heavy Railway Lines

SAY YES TO HEAVY RAIL: SAY NO TO METRO RAIL Victor P Taffa         Country New South Wales had many Branch Railway Lines closed and replaced by more costly bus services. The Newcastle Line is next and it would seem that this policy is driven by Baron Richard Beeching in the U.K. […]

ISPUT Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

ISPUT Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

25 March 2020

ISPUT Daily Visits And Page Views Over Last 30 Days Victor P Taffa 5 Visits For 29 March 2020 With Day Incomplete 513 Total Visits Over Last 30 Days 673 Total Page Views Over Last 30 Days Period 1 March 2020-29 March 2020 Visits for 29 March 2020 are 5 With Day Incomplete. Visits for […]

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The Southern Thunderer Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

The Southern Thunderer Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

25 March 2020

The Southern Thunderer (TST) Daily Visits And Page Views Over Last 30 Days Victor P Taffa 9 Visits For 29 March 2020 With Day Incomplete 1,128 Total Visits Over Last 30 Days 1,832 Total Page Views Over Last 30 Days Period 1 March 2020-29 March 2020 Visits for 29 March 2020 are 9 With Day […]

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Western Australia COVID-19 Testing Criteria Expanded

Western Australia COVID-19 Testing Criteria Expanded

29 March 2020

Western Australia Minister for Health Roger Cook COVID-19 Testing Criteria Expanded In Western Australia Victor P Taffa New testing criteria to cater for people in high-risk settings and geographically localised areas Emphasis on protecting vulnerable populations such as aged care and remote communities Expansion of criteria to assist in tracking individual cases and community transmission […]

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200 Police To Enforce COVID-19 Restrictions

200 Police To Enforce COVID-19 Restrictions

29 March 2020

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan Police Squad To Enforce COVID-19 Restrictions Victor P Taffa 200-strong enforcement squad to patrol streets and ensure compliance with COVID-19 restrictions Urgent legislation for $1,000 on-the-spot fines to be introduced into Parliament Fines to be issued immediately for disobeying self-isolation and gathering directives New measures to help maintain community safety […]

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Industry Support Package Announced

Industry Support Package Announced

29 March 2020

Tasmania Minister for Finance Michael Ferguson Supporting Our Industries Victor P Taffa Tasmanian Government’s Social and Economic Support Package, announced yesterday, outlines significant support for vital industries in our state. Combined with the Support and Stimulus Package announced last week, it totals nearly $1 Billion, Minister for Finance Michael Ferguson said. “We want to provide […]

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Government’s Gaming Policy Deferred

Government’s Gaming Policy Deferred

29 March 2020

Tasmania Minister for Finance Michael Ferguson Deferral Of Government’s Gaming Policy Victor P Taffa With casinos, pubs and clubs closed due to strict measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak, now is not the time to progress the Government’s Future Gaming Markets policy, Minister for Finance Michael Ferguson said. Government remains committed to reforming gaming in […]

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Cudlee Creek Bushfire Bird Species To Get Funding Boost

Cudlee Creek Bushfire Bird Species To Get Funding Boost

29 March 2020

South Australia Minister for Environment and Water David Speirs Bushfire-Affected Adelaide Hills Habitat To Get Helping Hand Victor P Taffa Woodland bird species devastated by the Cudlee Creek bushfire will get a $1.2 Million boost thanks to a new landscape scale habitat restoration program funded by the State and Federal governments A large number of […]

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SAPOL Response Time Reduced With New Funding

SAPOL Response Time Reduced With New Funding

29 March 2020

South Australia Minister for Police Corey Wingard $18.6 Million To Reduce SAPOL Response Time Victor P Taffa Dozens more patrol cars, ballistic vests, additional firearms, radios and tablets have been rolled out across South Australia Police as part of Stage 2 of the Police Commissioner’s District Policing Model (DPM). Marshall Government provided more than $18.6 […]

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Currumbin State By-Election 2020 First Preference Votes

Currumbin State By-Election 2020 First Preference Votes

29 March 2020

Currumbin Voters Go To The Polls Polling Day Saturday 28 March 2020 Queensland Electoral Commission Victor P Taffa Queensland Electoral Commission has released candidate First Preference Votes polled for the Currumbin State By-Election held on Saturday 28 March 2020. 4 Nominated Candidates In Ballot Paper Draw Order Candidate                              Party Affiliation        Vote                % Laura […]

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Bundamba State By-Election 2020 First Preference Votes

Bundamba State By-Election 2020 First Preference Votes

29 March 2020

Bundamba Voters Go To The Polls Polling Day Saturday 28 March 2020 Queensland Electoral Commission Victor P Taffa Queensland Electoral Commission has released candidate First Preference Votes polled for the Bundamba State By-Election held on Saturday 28 March 2020. 4 Nominated Candidates In Ballot Paper Draw Order Candidate                […]

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Checkout Of Non-Essential Workers Extended To 1 April 2020

Checkout Of Non-Essential Workers Extended To 1 April 2020

28 March 2020

Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein Tasmanian Accommodation Operators Victor P Taffa Tasmanian Government is continuing to do what it can to ensure Tasmanians are safe and secure, Premier Peter Gutwein said. “We acknowledge the continued support of our commercial accommodation providers, however we understand the uncertainty that a number of operators are experiencing.” Following consultation with […]

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Tasmanian Govt Welcomes Energy Regulator’s Statement Of Expectations

Tasmanian Govt Welcomes Energy Regulator’s Statement Of Expectations

28 March 2020

Tasmania Minister for Energy Guy Barnett Energy Consumers Protected Victor P Taffa Tasmanian Government welcomes the Australian Energy Regulator’s Statement of Expectations for energy businesses, Minister for Energy Guy Barnett said. Statement of Expectations supports our Government’s position that consumers be protected during this difficult time. We are already acting to support energy consumers with […]

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Returned Travellers To Face Enforced Quarantine

Returned Travellers To Face Enforced Quarantine

28 March 2020

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews Enforced Quarantine For Returned Travellers To Combat Coronavirus Victor P Taffa Following agreement by the National Cabinet, all travellers returning from overseas to Victoria will be placed in enforced quarantine for a self-isolation period of 14-days to slow the spread of coronavirus. While Victoria has seen some community transmission of this […]

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Small Business Supported By Andrews Govt

Small Business Supported By Andrews Govt

28 March 2020

Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews Money In The Bank For Businesses And Jobs Victor P Taffa Money is in the bank accounts of small and medium businesses supporting them and thousands of jobs through the devastating impacts of coronavirus on the state’s economy. Premier Daniel Andrews and Treasurer Tim Pallas announced today that payroll tax refunds […]

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Queensland Police Service Gains 78 New Recruits March 2020

Queensland Police Service Gains 78 New Recruits March 2020

28 March 2020

Queensland Minister for Police Mark Ryan 78 Police Recruits Join Queensland Police Service In Fast-Tracked Ceremony Victor P Taffa Minister for Police Mark Ryan and Deputy Commissioner Doug Smith have congratulated the latest round of Police recruits to graduate from the Queensland Police Service (QPS) academy and enter the Service as First Year Constables. This […]

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Strawberry Industry Production Boost Forecast

Strawberry Industry Production Boost Forecast

28 March 2020

Queensland Minister for Agricultural Industry Development Mark Furner Funding Plugs Big Future For Strawberry Industry Victor P Taffa A Stanthorpe seedling producer will boost production of strawberry plants to meet market demand and create up to 20 regional jobs with a funding boost from the Palaszczuk Government. Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries Mark […]

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Chief Minister Announces Additional Measures To Protect The Northern Territory

Chief Minister Announces Additional Measures To Protect The Northern Territory

28 March 2020

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner Statement From The Chief Minister Victor P Taffa Last night and early this morning, my government began working on additional options to further strengthen our protections against the threat of coronavirus. Today the National Cabinet also met to discuss the national response to the coronavirus. Decisions taken by National […]

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Small Business Survival Fund Outlined By Chief Minister

Small Business Survival Fund Outlined By Chief Minister

28 March 2020

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner $50 Million Small Business Survival Fund Victor P Taffa Northern Territory Government’s $50 Million Small Business Survival Fund will help local Territory businesses survive the unprecedented economic impacts of COVID-19. “My only focus right now is saving lives and saving jobs. I’ll do whatever it takes to protect Territorians.” […]

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Tax Relief Package For Business Across New South Wales

Tax Relief Package For Business Across New South Wales

27 March 2020

New South Wales Deputy Premier John Barilaro Billions In Tax Relief For Business Victor P Taffa $1 Billion Fund For Jobs Help For The Vulnerable New South Wales Government today released the second stage of its economic package aimed at keeping people in jobs, helping businesses and supporting our most vulnerable in the face of […]

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New South Wales To Host 2022 Women’s Basketball World Cup

New South Wales To Host 2022 Women’s Basketball World Cup

27 March 2020

New South Wales Acting Minister for Sport Geoff Lee Sydney To Host 2022 Women’s Basketball World Cup Victor P Taffa New South Wales Government and Basketball Australia have won the bid to host the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 in Sydney. Australian Opals were runners up in the 2018 event in Spain and will […]

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Miners Community Protections Stepped Up Due To COVID-19

Miners Community Protections Stepped Up Due To COVID-19

27 March 2020

Queensland Minister for Mines Anthony Lynham Coronavirus Protections Stepped Up For Miners Communities Victor P Taffa Mining companies are being asked to step up their coronavirus protections for fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers, staff in mining camps and remote and regional resource communities. Minister for Mines Anthony Lynham said all state, territory and national resources ministers […]

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Museum Of Tropical Queensland Roof Changes Underway

Museum Of Tropical Queensland Roof Changes Underway

27 March 2020

Queensland Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni Daredevil Tradies Hanging Out At Museum Of Tropical Queensland Victor P Taffa Tradies working on the roof of the Museum of Tropical Queensland have been giving passers by an unexpected sight, as work is undertaken to replace the curved metal sheet roof after it was […]

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