Community consultation has shown the priorities of Tasmanians have changed in the past five years.
The cost of living, mental health, anti-social behaviour, poor planning and lack of infrastructure, access to health services and health professionals, youth suicide, teenage pregnancies, and climate change are just some of the current key concerns of the Tasmanian community.
The views of Tasmanians are contained in the report What the Community Said, released in August by the Tasmania Together Progress Board.
The report summarises the key findings from community consultation undertaken as part of the 10 Year Review of Tasmania Together. The new priorities will be reflected as much as possible in a new Tasmania Together plan for 2020.
The report and more information about Tasmania Together are available on the Tasmania Together website.