PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull talked up the benefits of free-trade agreements for local producers, andhinted at a future funding announcement for the UTAS campus relocation,during a fleeting visit to the north on Friday.
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In the statefor the first time sincethe election campaign began,Mr Turnbull said the Tasmanian Liberal members had been eloquent advocates for the university’snorthern campus expansion plans.

“Improving educationand expanding the educational facilities available to Tasmanians, and available to visitors and overseas students, is a very, very big part of the Tasmanian economic growth agenda and it’s a big part of our agenda too,” he said.“You can count on us having more to say about that between now and the election.”

Labor Senator Helen Polley said the funding shouldnot be about politics.“I’m extremely disappointedtoday, to have the Prime Minister in the electorate of Bass who failed to bringanything in his tote bag,” she said.“What it says to us is that Mr Turnbull is more interested in the polling, and he is waiting for his timing Iexpect for when he will come back and hopefully make an announcement.”

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During a tour of the Josef Chromy winery, the Prime Minister also met with a number ofTasmanian producers and discussed howtrade export deals had driven growth.Tasmanian commercial rock lobster fisherman KarlKrause was among the group, and said his industry benefited from the deal right away.

“Now with the free trade agreementbuyers are haggling over who can get them, the price is way better and while there’s still a tariff on our fish, it’s being reduced and there’s some security,” hesaid.

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— Holly Monery (@holly_monery) May 19, 2016Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard.Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard.Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard.Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard.Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard.Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard. Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard. Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard. Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard. Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard. Pictures: Paul Scambler

Prime Minister Turnbull tours the Josef Chromy Vineyard. Pictures: Paul Scambler

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