Rebecca Morris, The Advocate

Rebecca Morris

The Advocate

Tasmania, Australia

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Past articles by Rebecca:

The Kindred Community Hall will be celebrating

The heart and soul of a small rural community is often its people, and while that may be the case for Kindred, the town hall is a close second. The Kindred Co... → Read More

Mersey Cat Fanciers Club will be hosting a show at Latrobe on Sunday.

The Mersey Cat Fanciers Club have the purrfect event for cat lovers this weekend. SHOW TIME: The Mersey Cat Fanciers Club cat show was held at Latrobe on Sunday. → Read More

The state government have released a new charter for farm land

Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association, Aurora Energy, TasNetworks, TasWater and Tasmanian Irrigation are all involved. → Read More

Ashtyn Dennison is ready to tackle two major roles at this year's NWFL grand final

Ashtyn Dennison is ready to be pushed out of her comfort zones, juggling two big roles in one day. Big gig: Ashtyn Dennison will be juggling two major roles at the NWFL grand final at Latobe this Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston → Read More

Throwback Thursday - a decade of footy grand finals on the Coast

Latest Burnie news, sport, football and business news from The Advocate. → Read More

Jarroch Maywald's investigation might help drought-affected farmers

A key finding to help farmers in drought-affected areas have been discovered by a year nine student. WINNER: Jarroch Maywald won the Agricultural Science Award at the Science and Engineering Investigation Awards. Picture: Supplied → Read More

Coasters will have more convenient access to Medicare-subsidised lifesaving scans

The arrival of a magnet resonance imaging unit (MRI) in Devonport will allow patients in Devonport, and right across the North-West, more convenient access to... → Read More

The NWFL 2019 ambassador has been crowned

Claire Hall from the Burnie Dockers has taken the crown. → Read More

Burnie Musical Society is on the look out for the Coast's hidden talents

President Del Polden is encouraging everyone to audition. → Read More

Rabobank's latest quarterly report has found strong profitability projections

Rabobank branch manager Tasmania Kathryn Brown analyses the data. → Read More

Tasmanian McCain potato growers gain price increase

Grower Beau Gooch said the increase would help put profitability back in the paddock. → Read More

Burnie Agriculture and Pastoral Society's Kyle Barker is ready for show season

Kyle Barker has been showing dairy cattle for more than a decade and says it runs in his blood. → Read More

Devonport Anglers Club's first fishout day of the season hooked in junior anglers

President Peter Moloney said the high numbers surprised him. → Read More

Devonport Eisteddfod dance placings from Saturday, September 7

Devonport Eisteddfod dance placings from Saturday, September 7. → Read More

Tasmania has two representatives on the Australian Dairy Plan's Joint Transition Team

Michele Lawrence and Bruce Donnison will join six others from across the country. → Read More

Brand Tasmania will showcase primary produce at Hong Kong's Fruit Logistica

More than 13,000 buyers from more than 76 countries will attend. → Read More

Long stint in the saddle for riders pedalling for the Tim Blair Run for Kids Foundation

TEAM: Nicholas Abblitt, 12, and Meika Derrico, 13, of Devonport, will be taing part in the Tim Blair Bike Ride from Campbell Town to Devonport. Picture: Brodie Weeding. A group of riders will cycle 165km to raise awareness for childhood cancer. → Read More

Kentish community prepare to farewell Brian Inder in style

The farewell party will be held in Mural park on Tuesday at 10.30am. → Read More

Kentish community prepare to farewell Brian Inder in style

The farewell party will be held in Mural park on Tuesday at 10.30am. → Read More

Britton Timbers announce acquisition of veneer and panel processing facility at Somerset

Timber processors Britton Timbers have "jumped" at the opportunity to acquire Specialty Veneers a veneer and panel processing facility at Somerset. Britton Timbers announced it will acquire the Specialty Veneers. Picture: Supplied → Read More