I did most of my education in Tasmania and, after spending almost 34 years on what Tasmanians call ‘the mainland’, returned to Tasmania in December 2014. Both while I was living away, and since returning, I’ve maintained a keen interest in the progress (or, at times, lack of it) of Australia’s smallest state. The pieces here represent some of my efforts to advocate for policies which, in my opinion, would result in a stronger Tasmanian economy and improved living standards for Tasmanians.
Tasmanian State Election with ABC Radio “AM”‘s Samantha DonovanNews, Tasmania | 30th April 2021
Saul talks to ABC Radio “AM“‘s Samantha Donovan about tomorrow’s Tasmanian State election
Longer term prospects for Tasmanian economyPublications, Tasmania | 18th April 2021
Saul comments on Deloitte Access Economics’ latest five-year forecasts for Tasmania’s economy and the need for ‘structural reforms’ to ‘bake in longer-term prosperity’. Tasmania’s economy has done well in the pandemic, but the future is looking shaky, experts warn – ABC News, Alexandra Humphries, 18th April 2021
Saul’s take on Tasmania’s Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal UpdatePublications, Tasmania | 16th April 2021
Saul’s take on Tasmania’s Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Update released by Tasmanian Treasury on 14th April 2021, as reported by the Burnie Advocate’s Sean Ford