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Tiger soar over Roos

Tiger soar over Roos

Tigers FC and Clarence played in the Tasmanian State League at North Hobart Oval on Saturday, April 2. The Tigers won 14. 9. 93 to Clarence Roos 8. 13. 61. Goal scorers for the Tigers included Tyler Carter (5), Sam Duigan (2), Luke Graham (2), Lachie Clifford, Kieran Lovell, Jordan Lane and Connor Salter. Pictured Jordan Lane taking a mark. 
Learning in the great outdoors at Kingston High

Learning in the great outdoors at Kingston High

In its extension to Years 11 and 12, Kingston High School (KHS) is focusing on the specialised fields of Health and Physical Education. Local Year 11 and 12 students can participate in split enrolments with any of the six Hartz Collective schools: Hobart College, Kingston High, Taroona High, Woodbridge High, Dover High and Huonville High. College students enrolled at Kingston High can focus on...
Free buses and Firthside opened

Free buses and Firthside opened

Public bus travel is free in Tasmania for five weeks, with the temporary subsidy covering all fare types and running until the end of April. As skyrocketing fuel prices have added to the cost-of-living pressures in recent weeks, the subsidy aims to temporarily lessen the impact for commuters that can access public bus services.According to the Tasmanian Government’s FuelCheck TAS app, the price...
Abalone agreement

Abalone agreement

A group of First Nations’ students from St Aloysius Catholic College travelled to Bruny Island to witness an historic event on Thursday, March 17, In what was a special day for Tasmania, an abalone deed agreement was signed between representatives of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community and the Tasmanian Government, encouraging Aboriginal people to enter the fishing industry. A total of 40...
Kingston High’s 2022 athletics carnival

Kingston High’s 2022 athletics carnival

The Kingston High School community held their athletics carnival on February 24 and 25. Twin sisters Hannah and Ruby Eddleston, members of the school’s Creative Writing unit, interviewed staff and students during the event and prepared the following report for the Kingborough Chronicle.The Kingston High School (KHS) athletics carnival went off with a bang last week. Students had the opportunity...
Woodbridge Water Fest

Woodbridge Water Fest

The Woodbridge Water Fest took place in ideal weather at Silverwater Park on the weekend of February 20. Locals were encouraged to turn out in nautical dress for the occasion.The latest event on the Woodbridge Life 2022 anniversary-year calendar was organised by Ann Dechaineaux and the Woodbridge Community Association Committee.Woodbridge Life 2022 committee chairman Graham Rae said the event...

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