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SETAC expanded support strengthens health and heritage

SETAC expanded support strengthens health and heritage

The South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) has extended its operations by opening a new primary health care centre in Kingston Beach on Friday, October 16. The organisation has been operating in Cygnet since 1992 and has been looking to establish a firmer foothold in the Kingborough area to better support the local Aboriginal community. Many members of SETAC, Elders, Parliament,...
Kingborough youths shaping the future

Kingborough youths shaping the future

The Commissioner for Children and Young People Leanne McLean recently launched Future Tasmania, a new digital magazine or zine which will feature vital contributions from Kingborough youths. Produced by the Commissioner’s CCYP Ambassadors, Future Tasmania features young Tasmanians’ views on policy issues important to them and is available online. “Despite the disruption of 2020, Tasmania’s...
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New bus for Bruny Island

Bruny Island residents will benefit from a new bus acquired by the Bruny Bowls and Community Club following a successful grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund.Club President Mick Baille, Member for Franklin, the Honourable Nic Street MP, Member for Franklin, the Honourable David O’Byrne MP and Mayor of Kingborough, Cr Dean Winter helped unveil the new community bus at Adventure Bay, Bruny...
Blackmans Bay protest for Planet A

Blackmans Bay protest for Planet A

Blackmans Bay Primary School students put their pencils down and picked up placards to participate in a Global Day of Climate Action on Friday, September 25. The Blackmans Bay students dressed in yellow and made signs showing their awareness and  support for tackling climate change. Blackmans Bay Primary School teacher Ms Hannah Briggs said Grade 6 students had been learning about...
Further Huntingfield controversy

Further Huntingfield controversy

Kingborough community members are dissatisfied with the State Government’s offering of community information sessions about the Huntingfield development, saying the two sessions feel like a divide and conquer tactic. Minister for Housing, the Honourable Roger Jaensch MP officially announced the times and dates of the sessions on Saturday, September 19. “With community consultation on the...
Fibre crafts bring joy

Fibre crafts bring joy

Kingborough’s University of the Third Age (U3A) Stitch, Knit and Chat group delivered more than three boxes of their handmade items to Ronald McDonald House in Hobart on September 14. Group leader Jaylene Seabrook said the group meets every week for a chat and craft catch-up, and all members of the group enjoy being creative. “It is extra special when we donate our pieces to a deserving...

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