Right-to-information marred by delays, noncompliance

By Ethan James
Updated May 22 2024 - 4:55pm, first published 4:52pm
Tasmanians were more likely to have their RTI applications refused than people in other states. (Loic Le Guilly/AAP PHOTOS)
Tasmanians were more likely to have their RTI applications refused than people in other states. (Loic Le Guilly/AAP PHOTOS)

Tasmania's right-to-information regime, under which people can access government-held information, is hindered by noncompliance and unnecessary delays.

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