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Sticking with it

Sticking with it

Richard Cornish’s illustrious Smithton Saints career includes over 300 games and zero premierships. Playing ever since he could hold a stick, Cornish began his career playing on grass in school minkey. Eight years later, he made the switch to turf and graduated to junior hockey, clocking up games all along the coast with best mate Nick Stokes at his side. There’s been a lot of wins, goals and...
Mongolia’s back paddock

Mongolia’s back paddock

Jocelyn Flint has always tried to highlight the most unique aspects of farm life in her photography, but a surprise trip to Mongolia in 2016 took her on an entirely different journey. The trip was a tremendous adventure that took her through new mountainous terrains. Snapshots from her journey now make up a good portion of her exhibition at Time Out on Emmett. Perhaps the most surprising part...
Commitments continue

Commitments continue

Highfield Historic Site’s history is continuing to be preserved and the state of the Bass Highway is still a talking point.  A Labor government will invest $150,000 to finalise the delivery of interpretative facilities should it win the federal election this weekend.  Federal Member for Braddon and Labor Candidate Justine Keay says the original headquarters of the...
Candid-ates chat

Candid-ates chat

Regional industry growth through renewable energy and population growth were hot topics of discussion at Tarkine Coast Progress Group’s forum on Thursday.  Held at Tall Timbers the House of Representatives candidates forum was attended by Federal Member for Braddon and Australian Labor Party Candidate Justine Keay, the Liberal Party of Australia’s Gavin Pearce, National Party of...
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More than words

When Redpa Primary School student Chloe Grey put pen to paper, the power of her words captivated a community.  The grade four student stood alongside grade five students Tilly Goodger and Kyah Waterhouse at the Anzac Day service in Marrawah on April 25.  The trio moved many hearts while sharing at the address.  “Many people – men, women and children – gave up much for the sake...
Elite take on nationals

Elite take on nationals

Smithton Hockey Club’s best and brightest have been recognised for their efforts and given the chance to represent the state. After a rigorous selection process, Hugh Dwyer and Kiah House made the final cut and were off to Narellan, New South Wales to take on the nation’s best in the Under 15 Australian Championships over seven days.  Other state’s representatives were fiercely...

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