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Mighty helpful to Stay ChatTY

Mighty helpful to Stay ChatTY

Relationships Australia Tasmania and Clennett’s Mitre 10 announced a formal partnership between the two organisations on Thursday, August 1, specifically to support the activities of SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY. COO of Relationships Australia, Michael Kelly said that the synergy of the partnership will create many important opportunities for the organisation, with one aim being to help the community...
Creative community at St Luke’s

Creative community at St Luke’s

  The Revered Ruth Hanlon is hoping that the new creative space offered at St Luke’s Taroona will serve and strengthen the Taroona community.Rev’d Hanlon has had a career as a social worker, helping children and families as well as working at the other end of the spectrum in palliative care. Rev’d Hanlon was then ordained as an Anglican minister in 2016 after spending three years as the...
Critical opportunities for young artists

Critical opportunities for young artists

As Critical Culture Ambassadors, four Kingston High students have been given the opportunity to be a part of a wide variety of events over the next few years as they develop vital connections and valuable insights into many elements of the art world. An initiative by the Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC), the Critical Culture Ambassador program provides access to a series of events, workshops, artist...
Only the best for Kingborough kids

Only the best for Kingborough kids

Plans for Tasmania’s best playground, to be built at the Kingborough Community Hub, have been given the green light this week as Kingborough Council endorsed an application for an interest-free loan to get the project underway. The majority of respondents also gave high star ratings for the final design of the playground which consists of nine separate areas including a fenced toddler area, a...
Channel girls show off new stripes

Channel girls show off new stripes

The first U/14’s girls AFL team from the Channel Saints Football Club were proudly showing their colours on Sunday, with the inaugural run of the teams brand new guernseys.The guernseys are in the traditional, striped pattern seen on all Channel Saints, with the girls choosing pink to replace the club’s traditional red stripe for their new uniforms.Matthew Baxter, owner of Baxter’s IGA in Snug,...
Concern over local road conditions

Concern over local road conditions

The Mayor of Kingborough, Cr Dean Winter and Inspector David Wiss of Kingston Police are urging motorists to drive to the conditions following three crashes on the Southern Outlet last Wednesday, July 17. The crashes occurred on both the north and sound bound lanes of the Outlet in the late afternoon and early evening during wet weather, as the light was beginning to fade. Mayor Winter warns...

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