Tarlia Jordan, The Examiner

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Launceston, TAS, Australia

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Past articles by Tarlia:

Heritage Snap! opened for 2020 entries by City of Launceston council

SNAP IT UP: Heritage planner Fiona Ransom and mayor Albert van Zetten are looking for the next winner of its youth heritage photo competition. Picture: Neil Richardson The next generations of photographers are being asked what parts of Launceston's heritage should stay, and what should go. → Read More

Sixteen fuel reduction burns planned for Launceston region

Sixteen fuel reduction burns have been planned for the City of Launceston council municipality. → Read More

Lease surrender recommended to be approved by City of Launceston council

The show society owes about $150,000 to the council. → Read More

Show society surrender land lease to UTAS for parking

The deal involves $1.3 million and the Launceston Show Society. → Read More

Miss Flinders aircraft removed from QVMAG

Tasmanian Aviation Historical Society have taken over ownership of the plane. → Read More

Allgood site plans for 22 units across four levels

Feasibility studies for site are already underway. → Read More

Detective Inspector Craig Fox promoted

He has about 25 years experience, but outside of work he is just a standard dad. → Read More

Ridgeside Lane land use change request supported by surrounding councils

The council will discuss the next step at its meeting on Monday. → Read More

RSPCA host Licka event to raise funds for animals

PARTY ANIMALS: Rita Richter, RSPCA's Andrew Byrne, Natalie Fryer, Andrea Dawkins and Kalie Tatchell prepare for the charity's Licka event at Marjories. RSVPs close on March 15. Picture: Neil Richardson Some of Tassie's finest wine, whisky, gin and craft beer will be on show to raise funds for Tasmania animals needing help. → Read More

QVMAG funding secure, KPIs submitted to state government

The audit of Launceston's Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery remains on track, along with government funding. → Read More

Former local government Minister Jim Cox speaks out about amalgamation

Mr Cox said he looked into it heavily when he was Local Government Minister. → Read More

Council agrees to give $194,000 annually to NTDC

The Northern Tasmania Development Corporation was established in 2017. → Read More

Fire destroys caravan at Targa

A caravan and car has been destroyed during a structure fire at Targa. → Read More

Cities Power Partnership pledges made by City of Launceston council meeting

Deadlines needed for the power pledges, councillors say. → Read More

Pamela Clark, Women's Weekly editor, hosts International Women's Day event in Launceston

A Women's Weekly recipe book is a staple in every kitchen. Now in a rare chance, the woman behind those books has given her tips to Launceston. → Read More

Two-vehicle crash on Wellington Street

Tasmania Police attended a two-vehicle crash on Wellington Street in Launceston on Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Police responding to incident at Ashley Detention Centre

Several youths are on the roof of the Ashley Detention Centre in the state's North. → Read More

Police responding to incident at Ashley Detention Centre

Several youths are on the roof of the Ashley Detention Centre in the state's North. → Read More

Cultural Strategy released for public comment by City of Launceston council

The strategy has been a work-in-progress for three years. → Read More

Reality TV show House Rules filming in Launceston

Television renovation show House Rules has been spotted around Launceston. → Read More