Hayden Johnson, The Examiner

Hayden Johnson

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Launceston, TAS, Australia

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Past articles by Hayden:

Grant for electric vehicle group ‘will facilitate future growth’

The move was welcomed by Australian Electric Vehicle Association Tasmania. → Read More

One Nation will fight for Tasmanian Green seat in court: Candidate

The High Court will sit on December 8 to decide how the vacancy will be filled. → Read More

City and surrounds’ 3D-modelling ability with $3.6m project

The federal government will provide $1.58 million towards the project. → Read More

Tasmania’s NBN micro-nodes remain unconnected

In August of the 113 micro-nodes deployed in Tasmania, only three were operational. → Read More

Liberals ‘knew nothing’ of Parry’s British citizenship problems

On October 31 he discovered he held British citizenship, and resigned days later. → Read More

Labor’s coordinator general’s office closure plan uncertain

The opposition has previously pledged to close the office. → Read More

It’s what is inside the new UTAS buildings that will count: Chamber

Neil Grose said the city must stay focused on opportunities after the build. → Read More

‘Yes’ brings bittersweet end to equality survey for face of city’s campaign

“Yes” was the choice of 61.6 per cent of Australians and 63.6 per cent of Tasmanians. → Read More

Live in Bass or Lyons? Boundary changes mean you might not anymore

Redistribution will see voters across Northern Tasmania change electorates. → Read More

Launceston students hope for ‘yes’ vote, concerned about violence

Jack Budgeon will be locked-up in a Launceston College exam when the result comes in. → Read More

Chamber calls on UTAS to base School of Business in Launceston

Here is the ideal opportunity to have a state-of- the-art business school: Chamber → Read More

Jacqui Lambie to resign from Australian Senate

Jacqui Lambie has announced her resignation this morning → Read More

St John Street offices to stay in public hands, $7m consolidation continues

In the 2017-2018 state budget, the government allocated $7 million to the program. → Read More

Looming marriage survey result causes community health concern

Opponents of same-sex marriage have conceded the survey is likely to see a “yes” vote. → Read More

Lambie’s candidates had problems with citizenship in 2016 election

Lambie's network hit by Section 44 of the Constitution once again → Read More

‘Level field’ for sea and air routes

There are calls to expand the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme. → Read More

‘Level field’ sought for air and sea freight

Tasmanian freight scheme should expand to support air and sea equally → Read More

Liberal provides birth certificate to prove he’s Australian

Jonathon Duniam has released his birth certificate and family history. → Read More

Tasmanian law expert believes Keay is not eligible for parliament

Six politicians have resigned from the parliament for breaching Section 44 (i). → Read More

Keay releases legal advice, confident of surviving a High Court referral

Justine Keay spoke about being the face of Labor’s perceived citizenship cloud. → Read More