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Culture from the skies

Culture from the skies

Smithton High School students Kelsey Williams, Hunter Woolley and Ashton Monson along with youth mentor Selina Colgrave, Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation’s Luke Grey, Lesley and Ros Dick and Cheryl Marshall joined Claire and Dean from Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania on the trip of a lifetime recently, taking a helicopter flight into remote, untouched areas of the west coast to view aboriginal...
Working towards equality

Working towards equality

Last week young women from Project O in Smithton and Wynyard were working with former Australian of the Year and domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty to develop skills in advocacy and agency. Project O is a primary prevention initiative which has run for six years in five states and territories, enabling young women to lead change in remote and disadvantaged communities affected by gender...
Topical channel crucial

Topical channel crucial

Kevin Hughes BM, founder of Endangered Species Supporters Australia, is in Tasmania as part of a five year long country spanning mission to educate Australians about how they can help to protect our most vulnerable species. His goal, which he has set upon with wife Debrena, is self funded with the help of some sponsors who have supplied goods to support the project. Last week he conducted a...
Skye’s rainbow baby

Skye’s rainbow baby

Stanley’s newest mum, Skye Billing-Gale will celebrate her first Mother’s Day this Sunday with her little rainbow baby at the end of the storm. Content warning: contains graphic description of pregnancy loss.  Diagnosed with bowel cancer in April 2017 at just 27, Skye spent 12 months travelling to and from Melbourne, having surgeries and chemo, taking it all in her stride while she...
Old school drovers

Old school drovers

In years gone by, as many as 10,000 head of cattle would call the Temma run home for agistment throughout the winter months. Now, only two men are authorised to carry out the traditional practice. Once, Perry King and his family would drove as many as 200 head of cattle from Redpa to Arthur River on horseback, before moving them on through to Temma the following day to calve. In 2002 the...
Over and out for Mary 

Over and out for Mary 

Mary Kay has been an invaluable resource in the commercial and recreational boating scene on the north west coast for over 25 years. Upon her retirement this month, Lia Morris on behalf of the board and staff of Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST) said her presence on the airways would be sorely missed and wished Mary a happy retirement, passing on their gratitude for her service over the...

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