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Local Woolgrowers recognised at Milan Fashion Week

Local woolgrowers Vanessa and Matt Dunbabin graced the green carpet at Milan Fashion Week recently. Vanessa and Matt, owners of Bangor at Dunalley, were recognised for their sustainable production of […]

Bream Creek Dairy

The Bignell family are set to launch their own label, Bream Creek Dairy, with three types of milk available as their first products sent to market. The dairy farm will […]

Dunalley School Fair

Friday November 16 is the date for the Dunalley School Fair. It’s been a long time between fairs for the little country school with a big spirit. After several years […]

Devil Park Celebrates 40 years in Wildlife Tourism

Tasmanian Devil Unzoo celebrated 40 years of wildlife tourism at a special ceremony at the park on 1 October. Premier Will Hodgman was present to unveil a special plaque to […]

Spring has sprung earlier this year!

By The Dunalley Spring Flower Show, famous for its sunny display of daffodils and tulips, is in recess this year. Usually held on the first Saturday in September, the organising […]

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 […]