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Good handling puts the cherry on top

Improved handling and cool chain storage will be crucial for Australia’s cherry industry according to Tasmanian orchardist Jake Newnham 🍒🍒

Secret of the good oil

FIONA Makowski and the team at Freshfield Grove are beginning the olive harvesting season, their product making the change from tree fruit to oil in a matter of hours. Freshfield […]

World is their Oysters

JOSH HARRIS PAIRING experience with innovation, the Tasmanian Oyster Company is utilising pristine waters off the state to grow oysters that are 95 per cent resistant to the Pacific Oyster […]

Seaweed health boost

LOCAL biotechnology company Marinova flies under the radar in Tasmania but it is a global leader in its field. And like many in the health sector, Marinova has experienced intensified […]

Sport stadium boost

Sport and recreation in the south east region is set to get a massive boost with the development of a much anticipated new stadium complex at Pembroke Park. Funding for […]

Local on South East beat

A local has taken over the reins of policing in the East and South East region, with Inspector Peter Harris now in charge of law and order from Nubeena to […]

New boss is up for a challenge

SORELL School will become the school of choice for families in the South East, East Coast and Eastern Shore if new Principal Jenny Cowling and her staff have any say […]

Sound advice from a grassroots politician

By Brad Stansfield Tasmania’s longest-serving Liberal Premier Robin Gray (a title he’s likely to keep for many years yet following Will Hodgman’s unexpected resignation) has released his political memoirs “Proud […]

Falls Festival fun

By Emma Hope About 12,000 people flocked to the spectacular Marion Bay site for the 16th annual Falls Music and Arts Festival. The three day event kicked off on December […]

Okines assistance

LABOR Leader and local Lyons MP Rebecca White recently visited Okines Community House and donated $200 to help them get through the Christmas period and make sure they could continue […]