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Welcome to Iron Creek Bay Farm Stay

Orani Vineyard and Fruit Farm have received development approval to be renovated and substantially expanded.  Iron Creek Bay Farm Stay as it will soon be known as will see construction […]

Age No Barrier in ‘Paying it Forward’

A chance meeting between teacher and global citizen, Faezeh Parkes a visitor to Tasmania and Mr Lindsay White of Redbanks Activities Centre at Nugent, just outside of Sorell recently resulted […]

Partnership to Benefit Regional Students

Tasman District School in Nubeena is one of four schools based in southern Tasmania to benefit from a program designed to create better opportunities for students to experience the performing […]

Local Achiever Nominated

Samantha Christian from Midway Point has been nominated for the Heather & Christopher Chong Outstanding Achiever Award in the 2018 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards. Samantha is the Editor & Creative […]

Great win for the ladies

That old adage, how many men does it take to win a Motor HillClimb, or in this story that should be ‘how many women?’ For the second year in a […]

Anglicare Makes New Home in Sorell

Anglicare has officially opened a new office at Sorell – to serve one of the State’s fastest growing municipalities.  “We have been working in this region for the past ten […]

Dodges Ferry Fire Brigade 50th Anniversary

The founding of Dodges Ferry Fire Brigade in 1968 was officially marked with a special brigade celebration on 23rd June and presentation of a commemorative Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) medal. […]

Port Arthur lights up for FOV

Tasmania’s Festival of Voices (FOV) performances held at the Port Arthur Historic Site on the 9th & 10th of July have been touted as resounding success, featuring performances by both […]

SE Care Provider Recognised at Business Awards

Tasmanian not-for-profit South Eastern Community Care (SEC Care) was recognised as one of the top Social Change Makers at the 2018 Telstra Business Awards in Hobart this evening. SEC Care […]

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 […]