Unplugged Festival lights up the skies


Tasmania’s East Coast is renowned for many things: Its glorious scenery, ethereal light, pristine beaches, majestic national parks and clear blue skies sprinkled with freckles of candy-floss clouds – even […]

A Breakaway afternoon tea


The Committee of Breakaway (The Tasman Holiday Experience (for children with a Disability) Inc) held an afternoon tea at the Breakaway House at White Beach.   The Committee wanted to open […]

Russian trip to beat MS


By mid- October Tracey Stevenson of Midway Point hopes to be in Russia having cutting edge stem cell treatment. Tracey was diagnosed with the nerve wasting disease multiple sclerosis in […]

Raspins Beach wins Environmental Protection and Innovation


Orford’s Community Group have come home with the Environmental Protection and Innovation award, for their work at Raspins Beach. The award was won at the Keep Australia Beautiful, Australian Clean […]

Even if it’s Bolted Down


Recently the removal of three panels of weld mesh fencing along with the disappearance of a wildlife camera at the penguin rookery near Penzance, has been added to the list […]

Sport and Recreation Grant to Benefit Pembroke Park


The Liberal Government is committed to supporting a healthier Tasmania. Sorell Council will receive $80 000 for multi-purpose courts for Pembroke Park, which will significantly increase opportunities to participate in netball […]

New Art Emerges ‘From Paddock to Plate’


A series of exciting new ‘state of the art’ pubic art installations have been erected at the South East Trade Training Centre facilities in Sorell and Triabunna. The suite of […]

Public Art display for new Dunalley School


Expressions of interest have been sought from contemporary Tasmanian Artists to create a series of artworks for the new Dunalley Primary School expected to be complete in July 2015.  The […]

Festival of Voices – Unplugged and On the Loose!


Hang on to your hats everyone the Festival of Voices has been ‘ripped out of its city socket’ and is heading east. Simply the organisers don’t want the Festival of […]

Murdunna moving forward


Over the eighteen months since the fires of 2013, the Rotary Club of Tasman Peninsula has encouraged the residents of Murdunna to come together, get to know each other, and […]