1. Tasmania budget: State splurges $5bn on roads, bridges to get it out of a hole  The Australian
  2. Tasmanian Budget's 'path back to black' a soft-rock option, says Chamber of Commerce  ABC News
  3. TASMANIA BUDGET 2020: Everything you need to know  The Mercury
  4. Record $4.3b debt flagged as Tasmania looks to infrastructure remedy for coronavirus-hit state Budget  ABC News
  5. Hospital and schools the centrepiece of recovery budget  The Mercury
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Tasmania's Treasurer highlights a plan for a record $5 billion infrastructure spend as he reveals net state debt could be as high as $4.3 billion in the next four years because of the coronavirus pandemic.Tasmania's Treasurer highlights a plan for a record $5 billion infrastructure spend as he reveals net state debt could be as high as $4.3 billion in the next four years because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tasmania is forecast to plunge into a record $4.4 billion of net debt as it embarks on a landmark infrastructure spend to rebuild its coronavirus-hit economy.Tasmania is forecast to plunge into a record $4.4 billion of net debt as it embarks on a landmark infrastructure spend to rebuild its coronavirus-hit economy.

Infrastructure tops virus-hit Tas budget | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader | St George, NSW

Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein is set to commence a $5 billion investment into infrastructure in order to breathe life back into the island state’s suffering economy. The Hobart Mercury is reporting the huge money-splash is aiming to create 25,000 jobs in the next four years by upgrading hospitals and schools and building roads, bridges and housing. The PR Counsel’s Kristy McSweeney commented, “Tasmania needs the jobs and it certainly needs to be supported”. “Infrastructure is a good way of doing that,” she said. Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein is set to commence a $5 billion investment into infrastructure in order to breathe life back into the island state’s suffering economy. The Hobart Mercury is reporting the huge money-splash is aiming to create 25,000 jobs in the next four years by upgrading hospitals and schools and building roads, bridges and housing. The PR Counsel’s Kristy McSweeney commented, “Tasmania needs the jobs and it certainly needs to be supported”. “Infrastructure is a good way of doing that,” she said.

Tasmania is forecast to plunge into a record $4.4 billion of net debt as it embarks on a landmark infrastructure spend to rebuild its coronavirus-hit economy.Tasmania is forecast to plunge into a record $4.4 billion of net debt as it embarks on a landmark infrastructure spend to rebuild its coronavirus-hit economy.

Infrastructure tops virus-hit Tas budget | The North West Star | Mt Isa, QLD

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How will classrooms benefit from the 2020/2021 Tasmanian state budget? | The Examiner | Launceston, TAS