Monthly Archives: November 2014

When leaders are silent

As the Abbott government plays havoc with Tasmania’s bottom line, the state’s leadership remains mute [4 November 2014 | Peter Boyer] Two events last week, one in Hobart, the other in Canberra, were depressing reminders of the yawning vacuum that … Continue reading

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