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BURNIE United was the big mover of round 14, jumping into fourth spot on the ladder, and is now only a point behind the Strikers in third.
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BEST PAW FORWARD: Sammy, with the help of his owner Jo Cox and Delta Therapy Dogs North West coordinator Claire Curtis signs a copy of Dogs That Make A Difference at the book launch yesterday.
NOTHING more epitomises Mark Littler's story than the bottle of whisky cream that sits alongside its 12-year-old single malt straight whisky cousins.
Sandra French first stood for local government in 1985 after a meeting with the council at the time left her thinking the group really needed a woman's touch.
A DRUG addict who invaded a couple's Irishtown home, robbed them and left them bound by tape to chairs, will spend four-and-a-half years in jail.
THIS Sunday the second race of the TCC Kayak Winter Series will be held on the Inglis River at Wynyard.
Burnie recruit Chris McDonald is no different, with a bag of eight goals last week coming on the back of four consecutive games after missing with injury earlier in the season.
Governor of Tasmania Peter Underwood tours the University of Tasmania's Cradle Coast campus in Burnie with campus director Janelle Allison.
A COLLECTION of feel-good stories about how a bundle of soft fur, a wagging tail and a wet nose can make a real difference to someone's life will be launched in Devonport this week.
Eric Mobbs says seeing the Renew Devonport project prosper is something he is passionate about doing for his adopted city.
"We're happy to sell our stuff to other states and countries - vegetables, fruit, dairy, seafood - but it means we're also taking a lot for granted," she said.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 07:09 pm
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