NEW health group, called Tasman Voice for Health has been established. Membership represents a broad range of professions, experience and demographics and two meetings have been held so far. Members also have links to many social and community groups, businesses and organisations, including Tasmanian Fire Service, Tasman District School, Landcare, Sports Clubs, Dunalley Tasman NeighbourhoodContinue reading “Tasman’s new voice for health”
SEALING the final road link between the Tasman Peninsula and East Coast has hit a hurdle with one council saying it will only agree to the project if the State takes over ownership of Wielangta Road. Glamorgan Spring Bay Council agreed last month that it supported sealing Wielangta Road, but only if the road ownershipContinue reading “Road link bump”
TASMAN Peninsula student Ashtyn Willey is among 12 people to receive a scholarship to support her studies in agricultural science. Ashtyn, from Eaglehawk Neck, is studying a Bachelor of Agricultural Science at the University of Tasmania. She plans to complete the four-year degree with a double major in Sustainable Agriculture and Crop and Plant Science.Continue reading “Scholarship study boost”
Tasman Mayor Kelly Spaulding gives us his updates on the last month on the Peninsula.
The widening of the Arthur Highway across Eaglehawk Neck, incorporating a footpath started last month.
Construction of the much anticipated coastal track at Eaglehawk Neck is under way.
The Pirates of Pirates Bay Bicentennial Commemoration Weekend was a great success, the like of which hasn’t been seen at Eaglehawk Neck for a very long time.
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.
This time of year there are regularly many public events and the Rotary food van is often called on to help out.
An increasing number of deer sightings in the Tasman Peninsula has locals calling for greater awareness of their destructive threat.