Launceston, Australia Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Hitchhiking for democracy: The view from the road of election 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | ABC News

    Brian, a tow trucker from Launceston, gave him a lift through the heart of the seat of Lyons - the largest in the state. He said he was strongly against Muslim immigration, despite having "a very, very dear friend" who adheres to the faith.

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  2. Gig GuideRead the original story

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    The five-piece pop indie band from New South Wales claim to draw inspiration from groups Two Door Cinema Club and Phoenix and will visit Tasmania on their lap of the country to promote new single Sideways. It'll cost you $10 at the door to see them and supports Saint Henry, The Sleepyheads and New Wave Saints.

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  3. Selection gold for RainbowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    FORMER Launceston netballer Kelsie Rainbow has been named in Australia's under-20 squad for an international series in August. Pass mark: Kelsie Rainbow playing for Tasmania against South Australia at the 21-and-under national netball championships in Launceston in March.

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  4. Hitting into NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Hills News

    Awesome foursome: Matt Kim, Charlie Dorman, Caitlyn Lee and Harleigh Grey will represent NSW at the under-18 national hockey championships in Launceston, Tasmania in July. Picture: Geoff Jones.

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  5. Legal winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    Tasmania's struggling legal centres have been thrown a lifeline by the state government, with a cash package to maintain their funding levels included in Thursday's budget. On Tuesday, The Examiner reported that centres like the Launceston Community Legal Centre would be forced to reduce staff due to impending funding cuts to apply from July 1. Funding for centres across Australia is set to decrease annually, which last year prompted state and territory attorney-generals to band together and write to federal Attorney-General George Brandis expressing concerns.

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  6. Hospital funds pledge from GreensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    AN elected Greens government would inject an additional $23.5 million into Tasmania's public hospitals as part of its $4 billion hospitals funding pledge. The party would supplement the $2.9 billion promised to the states and territories at the recent Council of Australian Governments meeting with an extra $1.1 billion to 2020.

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  7. Kids entertainer Mister Maker in townRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    CREATIVE FUN: Mister Maker, also known as Phil Gallagher, and The Shapes performing live in Australia during his sold out tour last year. Picture: Jonathan Carroll.

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  8. Adulation for undulationsRead the original story

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    Although Amy Lamprecht is using this Saturday's Lilydale Lope as training between far bigger undertakings, she said it is dangerous to under-estimate the undulating 16.6-kilometre Launceston Running Club event. Although Amy Lamprecht is using Saturday's Lilydale Lope as training between far bigger undertakings, she said it is dangerous to under-estimate the undulating 16.6-kilometre Launceston Running Club event.

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  9. Intern scheme questionedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Examiner

    IMPROVED PROSPECTS: Jobhunter Jesse Barwick believes financial incentives from the government's intern program would help him afford a better rental property and assist with bills. Picture: Neil Richardson.

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  10. Hitting in to NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Hills News

    Awesome foursome: Matt Kim, Charlie Dorman, Caitlyn Lee and Harleigh Grey will represent NSW at the under-18 national hockey championships in Launceston, Tasmania in July. Picture: Geoff Jones.

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  11. Gutwein to outline budget at functionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Advocate

    The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry events will be in Devonport at 6pm, Launceston at 12.30pm and Hobart at 7.15am. The events will also feature Deloitte Access Economics partner David Rumbens, who will provide an update on the state economy and discuss the outlook for the next year.

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  12. Property market confidentRead the original story

    Monday May 23 | Examiner

    It follows speculation by a leading economics research firm, which predicted house prices will fall by about 10 per cent over 2019 and 2020. Released on Monday, the Capital Economics paper argues the nation will not suffer a mortgage crisis similar to the US.

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  13. Good Morning Northern Tasmania | Tuesday, May 24, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Examiner

    Despite a range of qualifications, the 23-year-old has found himself unemployed for close to two years, and is one of many young Tasmanians unable to find work. Read more HEARTBROKEN: Scone couple Rebecca and Christopher Lambkin with their seven children.

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  14. Students build their future at challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Examiner

    ROVERS walked on Mars, hoverboards glided over floors and homemade flat-pack furniture was put to the test at the Science and Engineering Challenge in Launceston on Monday. SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING: Mountain Heights School students Jack Nankivell, 15, Lachlan McKellar, 16, Tylar Lockett, 15, and Luke Gaspersil, 15. Picture: Paul Scambler The annual challenge encourages thousands of students from across Australia to test their skills and to gain an interest in the field.

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  15. Retirement villages rates reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Examiner

    A report into the application of general rates to private residences operated by charitable organisations - such as retirement villages - will be prepared by the City of Launceston. A report into the application of general rates to private residences operated by charitable organisations - such as retirement villages - will be prepared by the City of Launceston.

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  16. Senator Penny Wong joins Hart in Bass bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Examiner

    STROLLING: Bass Labor candidate Ross Hart walks along Cameron Street in Launceston with South Australian Labor senator Penny Wong. Picture: Paul Scambler.

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  17. Hospital services 'at risk'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | Examiner

    THE nursing union says Tasmanian hospitals will lose some services previously funded by the Commonwealth unless the state government stumps up the funds in Thursday's budget. The $325 million Tasmanian Health Assistance Package from the former Labor government allowed for 18 Emergency Medical Unit beds at the Launceston General Hospital and Royal Hobart Hospital, capacity to manage 5000 Tasmanians with chronic care needs, specialist palliative care positions, psychiatric emergency nurses, slow stream rehab beds and clinical redesign.

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  18. Athletes still in hunt for Rio spotRead the original story

    Sunday May 22 | Examiner

    The Australian crews containing Hobart duo Georgia Nesbitt and Meaghan Volker both finished third in their heats at the final selection regatta for the Rio Games in Lucerne, Switzerland. Nesbitt, 24, of Huon, and Queenslander Hannah Every-Hall finished behind the Netherlands and Sweden in the lightweight women's double scull.

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  19. Vikings' late attack kills off Lions' threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | Examiner

    Keep calm and stick to the game plan is the key behind the AMU Vikings' growing success after their huge come-from-behind 52-17 win against Hobart Hutchins Lions on Saturday. Keep calm and stick to the game plan is the key behind the AMU Vikings' growing success after their huge come-from-behind 52-17 win against Hobart Hutchins Lions on Saturday.

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  20. TrouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | Examiner

    TASMANIA fell to an 87-point loss against Queensland on Sunday to end their under-18 division 2 national championships campaign without a win. TASMANIA fell to an 87-point loss against Queensland on Sunday to end their under-18 division 2 national championships campaign without a victory.

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