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Port Arthur Ocean Swim

50 people lined up for the “Convict Escape Ocean Swim” at Port Arthur Historic site recently. Swimmers from all over Tasmania competed in the 1.5km event, organised by Carlton Surf […]

Kids keen for Upgrade

Support is building for a much needed upgrade to the skate park at Dodges Ferry. Last month local mum Michelle Davis started a Dodges Ferry Skate Park Upgrade group on […]

Old Age Produces Improvements to School

Aging infrastructure and an increasing number of students has necessitated a redevelopment of the school at Nubeena. Stage 1 will take approx 18 months and $4 million to complete. The […]

New life at Levendale

Saturday 25th February was a milestone for the Levendale community and an occasion to highlight the many relationships woven together at the former Levendale Primary School and a new role […]

Green Army graduation

The first of Tasman Council’s Green Army teams officially graduated on Wednesday 16 November, after four months of working on environmental works throughout the Tasman Catchment. Some of the team […]

Helicopters take flight showcasing Tasmania’s South East

The Tasman Peninsula will have its first permanent airbase when Osborne Heli Tours commence scenic flights in the region from December. Osborne Heli Tours want to give Tasmania’s booming tourism […]

Red Ochre wins 2016 Sorell Regional Art Prize

An evocative landscape painting by Wattle Hill artist Lauren McLennan won the $1500 Sorell Council Acquisition Award at the Sorell Regional Art Prize exhibition for 2016. Mayor Kerry Vincent said […]

Dunalley Primary Celebrates triumphs after Bumpy Ride

Dunalley Primary’s whole school production of BUMPS & TRIUMPHS last month, was received by a capacity audience at the Dunalley Community Hall and was ‘just what the school community needed’, […]

Sorell Celebrates Seniors Week

Despite horrible weather outside, there was a cosy atmosphere inside the Sorell Memorial Hall on Wednesday 12 October at the annual Seniors Luncheon. Organised in collaboration between Sorell Council and […]

Marion Bay Viewing Platform Project

The idea of a viewing platform at Marion Bay was conceived in 2011 after beach access was disrupted in 2009, rains lead to the Bream Creek river mouth moving several […]