• $7 million local investment to create new gateway...

    A GROUP of local investors is set to breathe new life into the Richmond Maze and Tearooms with a redevelopment planned for the site that...

    May 13, 2015  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • Take a safe walk to school on Friday 22 May

    TASMANIAN primary school children are being encouraged to opt for leg power and join National Walk Safely to School Day on Friday 22 May...

    May 13, 2015  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • The reward for speaking up

    SINCE changing his career - and life - to be a suicide awareness campaigner following the tragic death of his brother, Mitch McPherson, 27,...

    May 13, 2015  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • Grant sees new garden grow

    LAUDERDALE Primary School will watch its new garden grow thanks to a $1,500 community grant from the Clarence City Council. The council...

    May 13, 2015  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

  • Social justice project sends students abroad

    TWENTY-ONE Rose Bay and Clarence high school students are preparing for a potentially life-changing experience. In September, a combined...

    May 13, 2015  •  Eastern Shore Sun

    Posted in Home, News

Sweet victory for Cremorne Bowls and Community Club

 •  May 13

By Alan Rider* WITH fewer than 50 players, Cremorne Bowls and Community Club (CBCC) can been described as a small club with a big soul. At the...

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Kangaroo Bay set to become a world-class waterfront destination

 •  April 16

TASMANIA’s largest waterfront redevelopment project, Kangaroo Bay in Bellerive, is now open for development proposals, as Clarence City Council...

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New multi-disciplinary ‘health hub’ now open

 •  April 16

TASMANIA’s first multi-disciplinary multi-dimensional “health hub” is now open on the Eastern Shore. The new Bellerive Quay Health Hub,...

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Upgrades to improve access and safety on Tasman Highway

 •  April 16

CONSTRUCTION is now underway on a $15 million upgrade to the interchange east of the Tasman Bridge that will improve access for eastbound traffic and...

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Rotary donates $200,000 to Dunalley Hall

 •  April 16

ROTARY Tasmania recently presented a $200,000 cheque to Sorell Mayor Kerry Vincent towards rebuilding the Dunalley community hall. The funds were...

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