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Montana aiming high

TRIABUNNA’S Montana Marshall is back home, back at school and is hoping to compete in the Australian Transplant Games next year. Having undergone a second double lung transplant at Melbourne’s […]

Triabunna tuckshop top of the class

TRIABUNNA District School is officially top of the class when it comes to its canteen. Last month, the Tasmanian School Canteen Association and the Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff singled out […]

Cambria Green development uncertain

The future of the controversial $140 million Cambria Green development at Dolphin Sands is up in the air after a scathing decision by the Tasmanian Planning Commission. But opponents to […]

Pipeline funding unlikely

Salmon farming giant Tassal is unlikely to come to the aid of Glamorgan-Spring Bay Council and fund the $600,000 shortfall for the Prosser River Dam and pipeline. Glamorgan Spring Bay […]

Penguin killing dogs on notice

TOUGHER penalties for owners of dogs that attack wildlife such as Little Penguins are unlikely to be in place before summer. It is estimated as many as 19 Little Penguins […]

Top chefs choose salt of the earth

LITTLE Swanport’s Tasman Sea Salt company is a salt of the earth story that has seen the humble staple sprinkled on some of the finest chefs’ plates, as well as seasoned home […]

Bicheno nosh up

BICHENO’S multi-award winning Food and Wine Festival is ready to shine a spotlight on the beautiful region later this month. Now in its 13th year, the boutique weekend Festival, is […]