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.
South-East and Eastern primary producers will have direct freight access to vital Asian markets under a runway upgrade promised by Federal Labor.
The new head of Tasmania’s peak farming body has set his sights on bringing younger farmers and the next generation into the fold.
It started at school, says Josh Coates, as he looked around at his mates.
“I’m scared,” he said quietly to himself. “Is this the start of World War Three?”
It’s been six years in the making and now Tasmania’s newest tourism attraction, an $8.2m redeveloped maze at Richmond, has opened.
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.
Tourism operators on Tasmania’s East Coast, in the South East and on Tasman Peninsula have cemented themselves as a premier tourism destination having won several gold, silver and bronze medals at last month’s Australian Qantas Tourism Awards.
After 48 hours of fearing for the worst, a faint cry of “Mummy, I’m here” ended the search for four-year-old Shayla Phillips.
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.