Three inspiring Tasmanian women have been named as state finalists in the 2022 Agrifutures Rural Women’s Award for their contributions, innovations and support to the agricultural industry.
I must admit to more than a degree of trepidation when I decided to join the Sorell Men’s Shed.
The Bream Creek Showgrounds were packed with revellers in March as the show finally returned to entertain crowds for the 119th year after a two-year break.
A committee pushing for the development of mountain bike trials in the Tasman has called for the community to pass an eye over their grand plans for the region.
With the theme of kelp forests, the East Coast’s ECHO Festival returns next month. Promoted as a festival of the senses, ECHO (which stands for East Coast Harvest Odyssey) is about rekindling a symbolic connection between people and place.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison was in Triabunna last month, promising an $804.4 million investment over the next 10 years to strengthen the strategic and scientific capabilities in the Antarctic.
Tasmania’s motoring body has thrown its political weight behind a multi-million dollar upgrade to the Tasman Highway demanding it be undertaken over the next 10 years.
The 2022 season has kicked off for South East United Football Club, with big expectations for the fast growing club.
The new owners of Every Man & His Dog Vineyard in Richmond have barely had time to settle into their new venture, with the grape harvest coming just around the corner.
A partnership has been announced between Rural Alive & Well and the Southern Football League to deliver RAW’s Beyond the Sidelines program in all SFL clubs this year.