• Award-winning safety innovation

    A LINDISFARNE quarry operator that invented an award-winning solution to safely servicing conveyor belts and rollers is sharing its design...

    July 23, 2014  •  Eastern Shore Sun

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  • TasTAFE farewells 91-year-old tutor

    AFTER 25 years of service as a volunteer tutor, Geilston Bay’s Meg Pearce, 91, has decided it is time to retire. To celebrate and...

    July 23, 2014  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • Tenders accepted for Rose Bay residential...

    TENDERS are being invited for the construction of a two-unit residential development in Rose Bay. The two-bedroom independent living units...

    July 23, 2014  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • Lions Club of Clarence donation aids breast...

    THE Lions Club of Clarence recently made a donation to the Menzies Research Institute of Tasmania to assist towards important research into...

    July 23, 2014  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • Restoration of Anzac soldiers’ memorial in...

    A PROJECT to restore graves commemorating two brothers, George Irwin Nash and Cyril Edward Nash, who were Anzac soldiers of the First World...

    July 23, 2014  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

60 years to seal the Baskerville deal

 •  July 23

AFTER a 60-year-long wait, the Baskerville Foundation is set to begin major works on the sealing of the gravel entrance road to the much-loved...

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Work starts on $6.5m Freemasons nursing home redevelopment

 •  June 16

AGED care residents and staff at the Freemasons Homes of Southern Tasmania in Lindisfarne can expect to be settled into a new wing and administration...

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Early Lauderdale hardship revealed in heritage sign

 •  June 16

A NEW interpretation sign has been unveiled by the Mayor of Clarence, Doug Chipman, at the Frederick Henry Bay end of the Lauderdale canal. The...

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Construction commences at MacKillop Catholic College

 •  June 16

WORK has begun on MacKillop Catholic College’s new purpose-built learning and teaching spaces for its year eight, nine and 10 students. The...

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Local athlete on track to realise dream at nationals

 •  June 16

MIDWAY Point resident Brandon Clark has been selected to represent Australia at the 2014 Oceania Athletic Championships, which will be held on the...

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