Holly Monery, The Examiner

Holly Monery

The Examiner

Launceston, TAS, Australia

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Past articles by Holly:

City of Launceston’s cultural policy confusion

The cultural strategy needs a separate vision for QVMAG, says Alderman Gibson → Read More

Council considers ways to forge stronger ties with Hawthorn

Alderman Darren Alexander wants council to have a seat on the Hawthorn Football Club board → Read More

Errol Stewart answers your questions about the JMC expansion

Developer Errol Stewart is planning $5 million worth of works at the Riverview Hotel site. → Read More

Rusty Jack’s Riverview Hotel announces closing date

But the owners said they are on the hunt for a new home for the restaurant. → Read More

‘Highway’ changes approved near site of Rusty Jacks

The changes will be linked directly to the development application for two new vehicle showrooms. → Read More

Vote on High Street traffic signals withdrawn from council agenda

The lights are proposed at the intersection of Howick Street and High Street. → Read More

Tasmanian election 2018: The votes so far

Everything you need to know before work starts on Monday. → Read More

Tasmanian 2018 State Election: Sunday evening update

Everything you need to know before work starts on Monday. → Read More

Launceston Riverview Hotel set to be demolished for car yard expansion

The site of the Riverview Hotel - currently Rusty Jack's - on the corner of William and Charles streets. Picture: Google Maps Launceston's Riverview Hotel is set to be demolished to make way for a $5 million expansion of the Jackson Motor Company. To facilitate the project, the City of Launceston will on Monday vote on whether to close “part of a local highway”, which is being used as a car park… → Read More

Memories shared from top students at Railton Primary School

The boy from Railton grew up to be Associate Professor Neville King, who introduced Cognitive Behaviour Change to Australia. → Read More

Greens' Andrea Dawkins uncertain as fifth seat hangs in the balance

The fifth seat of Bass is yet to be filled but early results suggest it is likely to go to Labor. → Read More

Chamber relieved count is pointing towards majority government

Launceston Chamber relieved count is pointing towards majority government. → Read More

Mood positive at Greens’ Bass and Lyons post-voting party

The candidates are proud of their "grassroots and progressive" campaign. → Read More

Greens’ Andrea Dawkins’ seat in doubt as count begins

Will the Greens hold their seat in Bass? → Read More

East Launceston Primary School kindergarten appealed

The development application for three classrooms was approved in January. → Read More

Brisbane Street Mall design backlash from cafe owner

City of Launceston defends public consultation for Brisbane Street Mall. → Read More

Sail away for this weekend’s Soggy Bottom Regatta

Waverley Lake will be a hive of activity on Sunday, March 4 for the Soggy Bottom Cardboard Box Regatta. → Read More

Liberals and Labor on a sporting spending spree across North

Sport and recreation were at the forefront of politician’s minds on Tuesday. → Read More

Lack of decision about garage sends council to tribunal

The council failed to find make a majority determination within the statutory time frame of 42 days. → Read More

Civic Square works on budget and on time says council

The upgrades are part of the wider Launceston City Heart project. → Read More