Category: Tasmania

Dark Tourism: the arguments re Port Arthur film

From the Port Arthur film to true crime – where is the line on telling stories of real life

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Tasmania reopens, accepting risks #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

Tasmania has reopened to all Australian regions outside NSW and VIC, accepting that new cases of Coronavirus are inevitable

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1000 jobs funded in tourism facilities, World Heritage Areas

Tourism, world heritage and environment funding to aid COVID recovery From smh.com.au, 1st October 2020 World Heritage Areas and tourism facilities

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Council urged to shift sale as-is for expediency #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

Hobart Council are viewing the lack of action by a Chinese developer as a yes or no rather than

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Spirit of Tasmania migrates ports

Spirit of Tasmania to move Victorian operations from Port Melbourne to Geelong Published: ABC News 23 April 2020 By Lucy

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Volunteering in hospitality proven helpful for #socialanxiety

Hospitality is never easy, but for those who find all social interaction uneasy, serving food can be a great

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Music and fine art collided to get Hobart humming

When Brian Ritchie of the Violent Femmes and David Walsh of MONA museum decided to invest in Hobart, Hobart

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Small mining town pins hopes on tourism

PHOTO: Queenstown in Tasmania's west has a rich mining history. (ABC: Back Roads) RELATED STORY: Plans to reopen Mt Lyell

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Only 5 ‘fire-fit’ staff for 5000 visitors a day

Tom Lynch. Picture from The Mercury TTN Commentary: A public service union official is complaining on behalf of Tasmanian community

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Framework allows for secret developments

Photo: Hobart's old Treasury building in Murray St. TTN, 9th October 2015: Hobart's prized former Treasury building (pictured) appears to

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