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Getting Ready For Australian Tennis Open 20 January-2 February 2020 Overland Train Stays On Track In Year 2020 Round One Growing Victoria’s Botanic Gardens Grants Program Now Open Bruny Island Lighthouse Development Under Consideration Fed Cup Tennis Competition 1963-2019 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 Wynyard Tram Tunnels Were Designed For Trains
 
Getting Ready For Australian Tennis Open 20 January-2 February 2020

Getting Ready For Australian Tennis Open 20 January-2 February 2020

Victoria Acting Minister for Tourism Sport and Major Events Marlene Kairouz Australian Tennis Open 2020 The Grand Slam For Everyone Victor P Taffa Melbourne Park is primed to deliver the most open Australian Tennis Open in history, putting Victoria in the global spotlight and delivering accessible and inclusive Grand Slam action to hundreds of thousands […]

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 […]

Bruny Island Lighthouse Development Under Consideration

Bruny Island Lighthouse Development Under Consideration

Tasmania Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage Peter Gutwein New Development For Bruny Island Lighthouse Victor P Taffa Latest exciting development through the Hodgman Government’s rigorous and transparent EOI process will progress to lease and license negotiations.   Bruny Island Safaris’ proposal for Cape Bruny Lighthouse Station will protect and repurpose three existing heritage buildings, […]

Fed Cup Tennis Competition 1963-2019

Fed Cup Tennis Competition 1963-2019

Fed Cup Tennis Team Competition Victor P Taffa Fed Cup is the premier international team event in women’s tennis and is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF). Fed Cup was launched in 1963 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the International Tennis Federation (ITF). Until 1995 the competition was known as the Federation Cup. […]

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. […]

Wynyard Tram Tunnels Were Designed For Trains

Wynyard Tram Tunnels Were Designed For Trains

Victor P Taffa Sydney Harbour Bridge opened on 19 March 1932 catering for 6 undivided road lanes and 4 Railway Lines. 2 Western side Railway Lines continue to take trains to and from the North Shore. 2 Eastern side Railway Lines were intended initially for a Railway to the Northern Beaches that was abandoned in […]

ISPUT Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

ISPUT Daily Visit Statistics And Page Views

02 January 2020

ISPUT Daily Visits And Page Views Over Last 30 Days Victor P Taffa 6 Visits For 25 January 2020 With Day Incomplete 1,305 Total Visits Over Last 30 Days 1,591 Total Page Views Over Last 30 Days Period 26 December 2019-25 January 2020 Visits for 25 January 2020 are 6 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

02 January 2020

The Southern Thunderer (TST) Daily Visits And Page Views Over Last 30 Days Victor P Taffa 16 Visits For 25 January 2020 With Day Incomplete 1,526 Total Visits Over Last 30 Days 2,222 Total Page Views Over Last 30 Days Period 26 December 2019-25 January 2020 Visits for 25 January 2020 are 16 With Day […]

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Tasmania’s Long Serving State Premier Will Hodgman

Tasmania’s Long Serving State Premier Will Hodgman

25 January 2020

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 […]

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Prime Minister Of Australia From Tasmania Joe Lyons

Prime Minister Of Australia From Tasmania Joe Lyons

25 January 2020

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 […]

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Upgrade Of North Dandalup Railway Station Now Complete

Upgrade Of North Dandalup Railway Station Now Complete

24 January 2020

Western Australia Minister for Transport Rita Saffioti New North Dandalup Railway Station Open For Australind Passengers Victor P Taffa $750,000 upgrade of North Dandalup Railway Station now complete Station now accessible to passengers with mobility issues Upgrade saw installation of new raised platform with shelter New North Dandalup Railway Station is now open for Australind […]

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Construction Gets Underway On New Sunningdale Primary School

Construction Gets Underway On New Sunningdale Primary School

24 January 2020

Western Australia Minister for Education and Training Sue Ellery Works Begin On New Yanchep Primary School Victor P Taffa First sod turned for new Sunningdale Primary School in Yanchep Brand new $17 Million school to open for 2021 school year Construction to create an estimated 300 jobs Minister for Education and Training Sue Ellery has […]

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Choose The Right Bait When You Go Fishing

Choose The Right Bait When You Go Fishing

24 January 2020

Queensland Minister for Fisheries Mark Furner Don’t Use Supermarket Prawns As Bait Victor P Taffa Choosing the right bait when you go fishing can play a vital role in protecting our waterways from exotic diseases that could wreak havoc with local industries. Launching a new bait education campaign, Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries […]

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Mango Hill State Secondary College Opens On 28 January 2020

Mango Hill State Secondary College Opens On 28 January 2020

24 January 2020

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk Five Sleeps Left Until New Mango Hill State Secondary College Opens Victor P Taffa Finishing touches are being made to the new Mango Hill State Secondary College ahead of the first day of school on Tuesday 28 January. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Minister for Education Grace Grace, Murrumba MP Steven Miles and […]

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Back To School Payment For Every Northern Territory Student

Back To School Payment For Every Northern Territory Student

24 January 2020

Northern Territory Minister for Education Selena Uibo $150 Back To School Payment For Every Northern Territory Student Victor P Taffa Northern Territory Government is giving families $150 for each student enrolled in a Northern Territory school, to ease the financial burden of going back to school. Signature Labor policy, introduced in 2009, is available to […]

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Construction On New Bushfires Northern Territory Headquarters Commences

Construction On New Bushfires Northern Territory Headquarters Commences

24 January 2020

Northern Territory Acting Chief Minister Nicole Manison Northern Territory Minister for Infrastructure Planning and Logistics Eva Lawler New Bushfires Northern Territory Headquarters Construction Underway Victor P Taffa Construction on the new Bushfires Northern Territory Headquarters in Acacia Hills is progressing well, supporting more than 85 Northern Territory jobs. New headquarters will support 35 ongoing Bushfires […]

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Water Resources Being Managed During Dry Conditions

Water Resources Being Managed During Dry Conditions

22 January 2020

Tasmania Minister for Primary Industries and Water Guy Barnett Managing Water Resources During Extreme Dry Conditions Victor P Taffa Gutwein Government is taking action to ensure water resources are managed responsibly during extreme dry conditions to minimise hardship for farmers and protect the environment. Minister for Primary Industries and Water Guy Barnett today declared that […]

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Gutwein Govt Remains Focused On Delivering Plan To Boost The Economy

Gutwein Govt Remains Focused On Delivering Plan To Boost The Economy

22 January 2020

Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein Delivering Our Long Term Plan Victor P Taffa Gutwein Government remains focused on delivering our Plan to boost the economy, create more jobs and provide more opportunities for all Tasmanians. With Tasmanian businesses the most confident in the country, and the fastest growing economy in the nation, local companies are investing […]

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Bush Fire Affected Businesses Supported By Buy Regional Campaign

Bush Fire Affected Businesses Supported By Buy Regional Campaign

22 January 2020

New South Wales Deputy Premier John Barilaro New South Wales Minister for Small Business Damien Tudehope Buy Regional Campaign Expanded To Help Bush Fire Affected Businesses Victor P Taffa Shoppers wanting to directly support businesses in towns impacted by bushfire or drought can connect with sellers via the New South Wales Government’s Buy Regional webpage, […]

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Bush Fire Affected Communities Gain Access To Customer Care Specialists

Bush Fire Affected Communities Gain Access To Customer Care Specialists

22 January 2020

New South Wales Deputy Premier John Barilaro New One-Stop Shop Customer Care Specialists For Bush Fire Affected Communities Victor P Taffa Bush fire affected families and businesses can now access all available assistance being offered by local councils, the State Government and Federal Government, through the New South Wales Government’s new Bush fire Customer Care […]

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New Greater Shepparton Secondary College Builder Announced

New Greater Shepparton Secondary College Builder Announced

22 January 2020

Victoria Minister for Education James Merlino Builder For World-Class School Facilities In Shepparton Victor P Taffa Shepparton families are one step closer to having the state-of-the-art secondary school facilities they deserve, with the Andrews Government appointing a builder to commence work on the new Greater Shepparton Secondary College. Minister for Education James Merlino today announced […]

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Docklands Primary School Fit Out To Commence

Docklands Primary School Fit Out To Commence

22 January 2020

Victoria Minister for Education James Merlino Docklands Primary School Tops Out Victor P Taffa Docklands families are a step closer to getting a state-of-the-art vertical school thanks to the Andrews Government with Docklands Primary School’s main structures now topped out and complete. Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Albert Park Martin Foley today […]

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Tax Relief For People Affected By Bushfires

Tax Relief For People Affected By Bushfires

21 January 2020

South Australia Treasurer Rob Lucas Further Bushfire Relief Measures To Assist Affected Communities Victor P Taffa State Government has today announced tax relief measures and the waiving of fees and charges for people affected by bushfires in South Australia. Tax relief measures include: Ex-gratia tax relief for the stamp duty payable on the purchase of […]

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Memorial Drive Tennis Centre To Host Davis Cup In March 2020

Memorial Drive Tennis Centre To Host Davis Cup In March 2020

21 January 2020

South Australia Premier Steven Marshall Adelaide To Host Davis Cup Tie In March 2020 Victor P Taffa International tennis is set to return to Memorial Drive this year when Australia takes on Brazil in the Davis Cup by Rakuten Qualifier in March. South Australian Government secured the event after funding the newly redeveloped Memorial Drive […]

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Premiers Of Tasmania Terms In Duration To Year 2020

Premiers Of Tasmania Terms In Duration To Year 2020

20 January 2020

Tasmania Premiers Multiple Terms Since 1856 Victor P Taffa Tasmania was established as Van Diemen’s Land in 1825 and achieved Responsible Government as Tasmania in 1856. Van Diemen’s Land is named after Anthony van Diemen who first sighted the island of Tasmania. Van Diemen was Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies. Initially Tasmania was a […]

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Premiers Of Tasmania Terms As At Year 2020

Premiers Of Tasmania Terms As At Year 2020

20 January 2020

Tasmania Premiers Since 1856 Victor P Taffa Tasmania was established as Van Diemen’s Land in 1825 and achieved Responsible Government as Tasmania in 1856. Van Diemen’s Land is named after Anthony van Diemen who first sighted the island of Tasmania. Van Diemen was Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies. Initially Tasmania was a part of […]

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5,500 QCS Staff Keeps Queensland Safe

5,500 QCS Staff Keeps Queensland Safe

20 January 2020

Queensland Minister for Corrective Services Mark Ryan QCS Officers Recognised For Service Victor P Taffa Story and Victoria bridges were lit up in blue and silver on Friday to celebrate National Corrections Day. Minister for Corrective Services Mark Ryan said 5,500 Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) staff work diligently every day to keep the Queensland community […]

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28 Million Visitors Spent $25 Billion In Queensland Year Ended September 2019

28 Million Visitors Spent $25 Billion In Queensland Year Ended September 2019

20 January 2020

Queensland Acting Minister for Tourism Industry Development Grace Grace Queensland Takes A Bigger Slice Of The American Pie Victor P Taffa Queensland’s tourism industry experienced record growth in the year ending September 2019, with the latest figures from Tourism Research Australia showing more than 28 Million visitors spent $25 Billion in the Sunshine State. Acting […]

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