Tasmanian tourism sector calls for JobKeeper extension

Rob Inglis
December 30 2020 - 6:30am
Robert Ravens, of Bridestowe Lavender Estate (pictured), is among a number of prominent figures in the Tasmanian tourism industry to call for the federal government to extend its JobKeeper wage subsidy payment for the sector.
Robert Ravens, of Bridestowe Lavender Estate (pictured), is among a number of prominent figures in the Tasmanian tourism industry to call for the federal government to extend its JobKeeper wage subsidy payment for the sector.

Leading figures in Tasmania's embattled tourism industry are calling on the Commonwealth government to throw them a lifeline, as the March 2021 cut-off date for the JobKeeper wage subsidy payment looms.

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Rob Inglis

Rob Inglis

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Rob Inglis is a reporter with The Examiner, covering state and federal politics. He is based in Hobart.

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