The City of Hobart is calling on visitors to kunanyi / Mount Wellington to keep an eye out for orange hawkweed.
Like many CVA projects, the work with the Tamar Estuary aims to inspire people to look after the world around them. And what better place to start than the waters...
I would like to report animal cruelty in the Furneaux group of islands off Flinders Island, Tasmania. It is held that the annual practice of slaughtering thousands of short-tailed shearwater...
Media release – Minister Refuses Open Panel on Fish Farms, 21 December 2020 Minister Refuses Open Panel on Fish Farms Tasmania’s peak marine protection body, Tasmanian Alliance for Marine Protection...
Media release – Tasmanian Conservation Trust, 10 December 2020 Rosny Hill Appeal Outcome a Low Blow to Local Communities The appeal of the Rosny Hill Tourism Development to the Resource...
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Letter from London
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Rosé in the Pink
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We receive a lot of media releases (says the Editor wearily). At some stage we will be offering a free online class...
The City of Hobart is asking residents to report sightings of eastern barred bandicoots in and around their properties.
Our regular wine columnist Mark Smith does his best to demystify Pinot Gris.
A band of brothers from across Tasmania, Australia and the world, come together to tell stories of Aboriginal, Indigenous and African men...
As the earth gets hotter and wildfires become more intense and unpredictable, we must find new ways of preventing, fighting and living...
Hobart has once again ranked as the top Australian performer in an international residential cities index.
Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” will be performed at the Botanical Gardens between 29 January and 26 February.
Media release – Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Wednesday 20 January 2021 Another milestone in Orange-bellied Parrot conservation efforts...
Night Barking is defined here as any noise from any dog which unreasonably interferes with your peace, comfort or convenience while you...
Bett Gallery is thrilled to present this unique exhibition of works on paper to coincide with ‘David Keeling: Stranger, a survey exhibition’...
Gordon's companion Bernard finds the pace a little hot on his trip to London.