Sarah Lansdown, Canberra Times

Sarah Lansdown

Canberra Times

Tasmania, Australia

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Past articles by Sarah:

Canberra Come Back parody calls for visitors to return to South Coast after fires

Batemans Bay businesses call for Canberrans to visit in parody video. → Read More

Canberra wakes to dark dawn as bushfire smoke smothers city

Thick smoke descends on Canberra as bushfires continue to burn in NSW. → Read More

Fire danger upgraded to severe across ACT as wind speed increases

A total fire ban remains in place on Saturday as fire danger rating is upgraded to "severe". → Read More

South Coast Fires: Firefighters battling extreme conditions at Currowan fire

Fire is threatening homes near Dolphin Point on the South Coast. → Read More

Residents urged to leave fire prone areas early amid catastrophic conditions

Rural Fire Service is saying the best advice is to leave bushfire prone areas early in the day. → Read More

Buildings lost in North Black Range fire in Tallaganda National Park near Braidwood

The Tallaganda fire continues to burn as losses are being counted. → Read More

Dr Anne Heath is empowering West Coast communities through new associate degree

Dr Anne Heath was a struggling student who turned into a passionate educator. She's now keen to help West Coast communities learn new skills to support each other, SARAH LANSDOWN reports. → Read More

Strong support for local makers at Truly Tasmanian Craft Exhibition and Sale

Tasmanian handmade products will be front and centre at a three-day craft event at Latrobe. → Read More

Jacqui Lambie attend STEM in School event at Marist Regional College

Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie went back into the classroom on Wednesday to tackle some real-world science problems with students from Marist Regional Colleg... → Read More

Stanley Dockside event to welcome Melbourne to Stanley Yacht Race

Young women from Project O have prepared an entertainment program to celebrate the end of the Melbourne to Stanley Yacht Race. → Read More

The Coast is one of the toughest and best markets for new businesses

Malcolm Ryan has grown his business Rhuby Delights in a challenging environment. → Read More

Miners' rescue skills tested at Emergency Response Competition

Cornwall Coal Mine was the overall winner at the Tasmanian Minerals Emergency Response Competition. → Read More

321-Go attracts one thousand participants in 20th year

Children gave their best effort in the popular running event in Burnie. → Read More

Design Eye Creative paper on skin 2020 entries now open

Burnie's wearable art competition will offer a prize pool of $10,000. → Read More

Kindred community reunites at hall centenary celebration

The 100-year-old Kindred Hall is making a comeback. → Read More

Treasurer calls for community input for 2020-21 state budget

Have your say on what should be included in next year's budget. → Read More

Forestry Contractor Resilience Program now open

Business coaching and funding is available for Tasmanian forestry contractors. → Read More

Emusicians share their talents with the Coast

A long-table dinner will raise funds for the long-running music program. → Read More

Grow your community at free Facebook workshops in Devonport

The real people behind Facebook are coming to the Coast. → Read More

321-Go kid's race attracts young athletics stars

Thirteen-year-old Tom Winkel will be one to watch at children's running event 321-Go. Race ready: 321-Go regulars Mia Gehlberg, Marley King, Ashley Fehlberg, Gemma King, Graci Malley, and Amelia Wickham trained together. Picture: Brodie Weeding. → Read More