Caitlin Jarvis, The Examiner

Caitlin Jarvis

The Examiner

Launceston, TAS, Australia

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Past articles by Caitlin:

Traffic, speed improvements proposed for Windermere

Two traffic areas at Windermere and Swan Bay will have their speed limits reduced as part of initiatives... → Read More

North East Wind is proposed by ACEN Australia across two locations at Dorset

The $2.7b wind farm proposal was declared a major project by Michael Ferguson. → Read More

The Coast's Knights Templar expanding medieval passion to Launceston

The sword-fighting group has combat training every fortnight. → Read More

Knights Templar bring medieval passion to Launceston

The sword-fighting group has combat training every fortnight at Newstead. → Read More

Dorset ACEN wind farm project in Tasmania's north declared 'major project'

Planning Minister Michael Ferguson announced the decision on Friday. → Read More

Scotch Oakburn only Tasmanian school involved in national Melbourne University study on ATAR

The University of Tasmania vice-chancellor Rufus Black says the ATAR should be scrapped. → Read More

World Baijou Day will come to Launceston in event collaboration between SanYou and The Barrel Collective

Baijou is a traditional Chinese spirit and SanYou has made some right here in Launceston. → Read More

City Mission 'open to improving services' amid Safe Space concerns

A number of homeless people have raised concern over security and other services at Safe Space. → Read More

Private rooms at Safe Space 'more popular' than dormitory-style rooms as homeless walk away

Launceston Baptist Church chaplain Stephen Avery said he often heard of concerns with Safe Space. → Read More

Launceston's homeless community walks away from City Mission's Safe Space crisis accommodation

Members of the homeless community say pitching a tent is safer than being a client of Safe Space. → Read More

Tasmania Police investigating after woman allegedly assaulted in St Leonards public toilets

Tasmania Police confirmed they are investigating the incident. → Read More

Homelessness Week 2022: Launceston women lift the lid on being homeless

Two women have shared what it's really like to be homeless. → Read More

National Misisng Persons Week 2022: Tasmania Police urge community to come forward for information

Here are the stories of seven of Tasmania's long-term missing persons cases. → Read More

Tasmanian politicians of all colours have failed to act on Tamar Estuary: analysis

How many reports do we need on the Tamar Estuary before we see any real action? → Read More

TasTAFE staff union membership has jumped about 5 per cent

TasTAFE transitioned to a government business on July 1. → Read More

Service providers find it hard to reach all homeless youths

Youth homelessnes is on the rise but it can be tricky for service providers to find a way... → Read More

Tasmanian youth homelessness on rise, but service providers find it tricky to navigate

The state government is pursuing expansions of youth facilities to address the growing trend. → Read More

The Examiner and the Benevolent Society partner with HyperLocal media to deliver film interview for Homelessness Week 2022

The interview will be screened ahead of a film One Happy Day. → Read More

Mission Australia report shows 1 in 30 Tassie teens experienced homelessness for the first time

The report called for a national strategy to end homelessness. → Read More

Launceston Benevolent Society to operate showers at YMCA for homeless

The showers will be open at the YMCA three days a week. → Read More