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The register of gifts from donors to Premier Will Hodgman and other members of the Tasmanian Government were tabled as the Parliamentary year drew to a close on Thursday.
The declaration of items on the Official Gifts Received for the Government and Legislative Council lists recipient, donor, description, estimated value and whether the item had been retained by the recipient, donated to charity, or kept by the Government.
Former attorney general Vanessa Goodwin listed tickets to several musical and arts events on the register, as well as a gift from the City Prosecutor from Red Lodge, in Montana, USA, of a selection of Songs Of The High Country Cowboys.
Also listed by Ms Goodwin were tickets to Peaches Christ Superstar, a performance by Canadian electronic musician and performance artist Peaches for Dark Mofo.
Deputy Premier of Tasmania Jeremy Rockliff listed “Australian Christmas ham” ($59.10), “Single malt Yoichi Nikka Whiskey” ($108), oysters and a Tasmanian sparkling wine as some of the items received and retained during his parliamentary year.
Treasurer Peter Gutwein, Police Minister Rene Hidding and Minister for Resources Guy Barnett all declared tickets to AFL games, while Minister for Justice Elise Archer declared a $50 gift voucher from the Nando’s takeaway chicken chain.
Human Services Minister Jacquie Petrusma listed a number of tickets for sporting and theatrical events, including a double pass to the performance of the stage adaptation of Tim Rogers’ solo album What Rhymes With Cars and Girls.