TASMANIA has bucked the national voting trend at the recent Federal election with a swing towards the Liberal Party.
The five-week trial of free buses has been an overwhelming success with 100,000 extra people choosing to ride on public transport.
I must admit to more than a degree of trepidation when I decided to join the Sorell Men’s Shed.
Sorell will soon have a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week ambulance service following a significant increase in call outs.
BMX riders in Southern Tasmania are set to get a new national standard BMX track following a decision by Sorell Council to give in-principle support for the relocation of the Southern City BMX Track from its current location in Berriedale to Pembroke Park.
Sorell municipality businesses are taking up the challenge to ditch single-use plastic with the help of the Plastic Free Places Tasmania project.
Sorell Mayor Kerry Vincent has thrown his support behind University of Tasmania’s plans to relocate to Hobart’s CBD.
Thousands of locals and visitors showed their support for the Koonya Garlic Festival held late last month.
The 2022 season has kicked off for South East United Football Club, with big expectations for the fast growing club.
The largest tourism attraction of its type in Tasmania has opened just south of Sorell, employing several locals and looking to hire more.