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ENG: David John Bartlett (born 19 January 1968) is an Australian former politician in the state of Tasmania, serving as the 43rd Premier of Tasmania from May 2008 until January 2011. He was an Australian Labor Party member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly seat of Denison from 2004 to 2011 when he retired. Political career He first entered parliament on a countback in 2004 after then Premier Jim Bacon resigned due to cancer. Bartlett was Deputy Premier of Tasmania from April to May 2008 and Premier of Tasmania from 26 May 2008, succeeding Paul Lennon. Bartlett was re-elected in the 2006 election, receiving 12.97% of first preferences and topping the Labor vote in Denison; he was appointed Minister for Education and Skills in the Lennon Cabinet. As part of his parliamentary ...
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Former Tasmanian premier David Bartlett has quit politics...

... citing a loss of commitment to the job FORMER Tasmanian premier David Bartlett says he quit cabinet because he no longer had the passion and commitment for politics and denies throwing the state's Labor-Green government into crisis. Mr Bartlett, who quit as premier in late January, this morning confirmed he had resigned as Justice Minister and Attorney-General and would quit as MP for Denison in a matter of weeks. The Liberal Opposition claimed the power-sharing government, which has lost two cabinet ministers in three days and three in six months, has descended into ...

Dog of a day for Bartlett

IT has been alleged a greyhound part-owned by Premier David Bartlett was given preferential treatment to avoid disqualification from a race in Hobart. But the Premier last night insisted he had bought the $3000 greyhound to "have a bit of fun with his work colleagues" and had not interfered with due process. Greens MP Kim Booth yesterday told Parliament Toolong Terror had won its heat of the Easter Plate at Elwick in April last year, 10 days after being bought by the Premier's Li'l Ricky syndicate. But stewards found proper paperwork transferring the dog's ownership to the syndicate ...

Tasmanian opposition blames Bartlett for state’s high ...

...fuel prices As fuel prices in Hobart showed that it currently carries the most expensive petrol in Australia, Tasmanian opposition leaders scored Premier David Bartlett for his failure in arresting the upward surge of pump prices. The Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (RACT) has reported on Friday that the present level of fuel prices reflects at least 13 cents more in existing Melbourne levels as the organisation noted that market prices were in contradiction to the Tasmanian fuel prices. RACT said that refined fuel prices in Singapore were actually reduced by $6 per barrel in ...

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Greenwich: Cruel treatment of ‘marriage refugees’ to end
On February 1 the Federal Government will lift its ban on Australian same-sex partners receiving the documents they need to marry in other countries where same-sex marriage is allowed. To her great credit, Attorney-General, Nicola Roxon, has asked the Department of Foreign Affairs to start issuing certificates of no-impediment to marriage (CNIs) to same-sex couples ...
Borella: The piece of paper between me and happiness
The Age reported this morning that former Tasmanian premier David Bartlett has called on the Labor Party to overturn marriage laws that prevent gay marriage, even by Australians in countries where same-sex marriages are legal. The call came after Bartlett’s half-sister, Angela Borella, was prevented from marrying her partner in Portugal. Here, Angela tells her story. I ...
Advocates hail Labor removal of block to overseas gay marriages
Marriage equality advocates have hailed the Labor Party National Conference’s decision to remove a ban on the official documentation Australian same-sex partners need to marry overseas. Until now the Australian Government refused to issue same-sex partners seeking to marry in other countries with the certificate they require to show they are not already married in ...
Australian Government blocks marriage of former Tasmanian Premier’s sister
Marriage equality advocates are angry that the Australian Government is blocking the legal overseas same-sex marriage of the sister of the former Tasmanian Premier, David Bartlett. Mr Bartlett’s sister, Angela Borella, was set to marry her Portuguese partner in Lisbon next year, but her plans have been thrown into disarray because the Australian Government refuses ...

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