comings soon aft wings seafm 2019

comings soon aft wings seafm 2019

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NAIDOC Week celebrated across the Coast

NAIDOC week celebrations are continuing across the Coast.   Activities on Tuesday included a barbecue in Devonport at the Mersey Bluff and a kids' disco at the Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation's Burnie, at 5.30 p.m.   Wednesday will see a...

Covid-19 claims lives of two Tasmanians

Tasmania has recorded another two Coronavirus deaths in the latest reporting period. Sadly, two men in their 80s have passed away in the state's North West and South. Their passing takes the Covid-19 toll to 96 since...

Murderer released on parole

A man who bashed and kicked a stranger to death at Ravenswood before lighting his corpse on fire in March 2011 will walk free from jail on Tuesday having been granted parole. Following an argument involving...

Ferry fees loom

Passengers of Hobart's hugely popular trans-Derwent ferry service are being warned they'll have to shell out after its free trial wraps up. Fares of up to $3.50 will apply for adults crowing between Bellerive and the...

Active Covid-19 case numbers climb once more

Tasmania's active Coronavirus case numbers continue to climb, as the health authorities across the country deal with a new variant. 1,094 new cases have been recorded in the past 24 hours, 72 Covid-positive patients are in hospital,...

SES needs more volunteers

The State Emergency Service has put the call out for more volunteers on the North-West Coast.   The agency is seeking volunteers for its Mersey, Kentish, Central Coast, Burnie, and Wynyard units.   The recent severe wind storms on...

Coastal sparkies recognised

Electrical businesses on the North-West Coast, or with branches on the Coast have been recognised in the National Electrical and Communications Association Tasmanian Excellence Awards.   Ulverstone-based degree C was named medium commercial business of the year,...

West Coast driver reportedly nabbed at 171 km/hr

Police have slammed the alleged behaviours of a Strahan driver, after a traffic stop on the West Coast. The 49-year-old was travelling north between Strahan and Zeehan when he was stopped by officers near Little Henty...

LGH review underway, COVID cases forces two wards to close

The Tasmanian Government has launched a child safe governance review at the Launceston General Hospital, following the harrowing evidence of abuse being presented at the powerful Commission of Inquiry last week. "...while we look forward to...

Man hit by car

An elderly Goodwood man was taken to the Royal Hobart Hospital with head injuries after being hit by a car at Glenorchy on Sunday evening. The driver of a northbound station wagon wasn't hurt in the...