It was a late afternoon when I caught up with Mark Hursey and his crew of the Julie Rose. After spending 15 days out at sea, fishing for crays, it was time to come in and unload their catch at the Port of Stanley.
Wherever you live in lutruwita (Tasmania), you’re sure to be in driving distance from one of ten community halls we’ve chosen for our signature project for Ten Days on the Island 2021, If These Halls Could Talk.
... so we’re changing, like a chameleon changes its colour... Lucky, because that’s what we’re all having to do due to COVID-19 and it can be scary. At Healthy Tasmania we have always been focussed on bringing people together to solve community problems.
After a tumultuous 2020 and the financial uncertainty that it brought with it, this year presents an opportunity to refocus our goals, set a savings plan and check we have all our important arrangements and documents in place. This includes making sure you’re getting the best price on all your household outgoings.
Did you know that vascular disease is more common in Tasmanian adults than across the rest of Australia? Learn other vascular disease facts, including The human body contains over 100,000 kilometres of blood vessels, the smallest being just ONE THIRD the width of a strand of hair!
Savings, spendings and everything in between are often high on peoples’ list of things to sort out. So with that thought firmly in mind, the team at Bank of us put their heads together and came up with a few ways to help us all save a couple of extra dollars this year.
Launceston, like many other regional cities across Australia, continues to experience ongoing challenges from factors like ageing population, higher unemployment and low levels of education attainment.
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