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Phil climbs high for Karina

A chance meeting with a German tourist at Unzoo on the Tasman Peninsula led Phil Hallam on a path of inspiration, dedication and determination, in memory of his late sister, […]

U3A celebrates 20 years on the Peninsula

University of the Third Age members past and present gathered for a celebratory lunch at the Eaglehawk Neck Hall recently to commemorate 20 years of operation here on the Peninsula. […]

375th Anniversary Commemorated

Dunalley Primary School students were treated to a field trip in glorious summer weather to commemorate the 375th anniversary of Abel Tasman’s expedition setting foot on Tasmanian soil. Thanks to […]

Tasmanian Fair Promotes Wildlife Awareness

The Tasmanian Wildlife Fair is set to ‘celebrate all things wild’ when it runs again on Saturday October 14 at the Koonya Hall. Organised by local Wildcare group representatives, Ange […]

Community Resilience and Recovery

Many things happen after a natural disaster, as those who experienced the ferocity of the 2013 bushfire can attest to. One unusual, but useful, thing however is the writing and […]

Season starts for Junior Soccer

Regular Sunday rain has not dampened the enthusiasm of local youngsters keen for some soccer action. Meeting at Nubeena oval on Sundays at 10am are a mixed bunch of Peninsula […]

Dunalley School Opening

The band played, the politicians spoke and the children sang at Dunalley Primary School’s official opening recently. Grey skies and a cool breeze did not dampen the atmosphere of formal […]

‘House of Longing’ helps restore the past

Dunalley artist Gay Hawkes staged a solo exhibition with the recent Ten Days on the Island festival. Entitled The House of Longing, Gay’s display of “lost memories” was a part […]