SUE NEALES Mercury Opinion

TASMANIANS appear to have become almost inured to the catastrophes mishandled and muddled by the state’s politicians.

The litany of poor governance, suspect deals, financial mismanagement and disgraced ministers stretches way back into the Lennon years and does not need to be revisited here. owever, of her own accord, former economic development, tourism and education minister Paula Wriedt will today remind the nation of how she was sacked last September by Premier David Bartlett after a sex scandal. Read more here