All posts in Tasman Peninsula

Learning Science comes … ‘Out of the Ocean’

The finale to Science Week 2017, Out of the Ocean, was held on Saturday August 26th at Judd Park, Nubeena. Many locals, families and children enjoyed the fun and informative […]

Eagle eye for bridge move

Getting a pedestrian bridge into a tricky position calls for some thinking outside the box and a little bit of help from above. A new walkway has been airlifted into […]

Gardens offer the dignity of risk

DIGnity is a supported community gardening initiative running in south east Tasmania this year. The wellbeing program brings health workers, artists and researchers together to work alongside community members, garden […]

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 […]

NAIDOC WEEK – 2018

NAIDOC week was held from the 2nd -9th of July, with the theme of this year’s national celebration being “Our Languages Matter”. Language is important to cultural identity as a […]

Community Care recognised at Business Awards

South Eastern Community Care (SEC Care) has been recognised as a leading Tasmanian not-for-profit at the 2017 Telstra Business Awards. SEC Care CEO, Helen Pollard, said she was humbled beyond […]

First Female President for Tasman Ex-Service Club

Friday night, June 30th, saw the end of an era at the Ex-Service Club in Nubeena, with the official resignation of Fred Wilson from the president’s position. Fred who has […]

Tasman Basketball Hobart Chargers Clinic

Early this month two players from the Hobart Chargers kindly spent the day at the Tasman Civic Centre to provide local youth with a basketball clinic.  After both the men’s […]

Tasmanian Cookbook stands out on World Stage

Tasmanian cookbook ‘Garlic Feast’ written by Janice Sutton from the Tasman Peninsula has recently taken pride of place amongst some of the worlds best at the recent International Gourmand Awards […]

New MLC Sarah Lovell

Sarah Lovell is enjoying a steep learning curve as she settles in as the new member for Rumney in Tasmania’s Legislative Council. “I’m very conscious of the fact that while […]