Author Archives: Kathy Ellerman
Sep
01
2011

Tasmanian sport threw itself into the limelight last night (August 31) as a Launceston-born and raised boxer defended a world title in front of a packed and enthusiastic home crowd. Daniel Geale comfortably defeated Nigerian-born American Eromosele Albert to hold … Continue reading

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Sep
01
2011

While Tasmania is deservedly famous for its diverse and stunning natural beauty, there is increasingly more to see and do away from the mountains and forests as well. Culturally the island state possesses a burgeoning arts and theatre scene, meaning … Continue reading

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Aug
30
2011

The University of Tasmania (UTAS)’s Painting and Printmaking Societies Exhibition will showcase the outstanding works of some of the state’s most talented artists. Held at Salamanca Arts Centre for one week only in September, the event is titled Open Doors … Continue reading

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Aug
28
2011

Some of the finest food and wine you will come across in a wide-ranging tour of Australia can be found in Tasmania. And as consistently excellent as the dining is throughout the island, there are also a few gems that … Continue reading

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Aug
27
2011

Hobart chef Luke Burgess has taken an enormous leap in Australia’s highly competitive restaurant game by winning a prestigious industry award that could take his reputation to the next level. The 35-year-old was named best new talent at the Australian … Continue reading

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Aug
26
2011

In the latest instalment of the wonderful season of Tasmania theatre, an exciting performance called Labyrinth will take to the stage over four days in September. The CentrStage production is based loosely on the story of the Minotaur – the … Continue reading

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Aug
23
2011

A unique new production titled Love will entertain both children and adults in Tasmania next month. The wonderful play is brought to life through a combination of traditional puppets, digital puppetry using Xbox Kinect interactive technology and a superb musical … Continue reading

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Aug
22
2011

The upcoming Toast of the Coast Exhibition offers a chance to discover the hidden gems of Tasmania’s fine food and wine scene. Launched this week, the main event takes place on Tuesday, August 30 and will allow attendees to experience … Continue reading

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Aug
20
2011

The Brilliant Australian musical My Grandma Lived in Gooligulch is set to entertain a Tasmanian audience for one day only on Friday, September 9. Based on the much-loved book and developed by international bestselling author Graeme Base and the producer … Continue reading

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Aug
18
2011

On the back of the highly successful 2010 inaugural version, the Junction Arts Festival (JAF) in Launceston is set to be held again this year and has been upgraded to last for five days. Held from August 24 to 28, … Continue reading

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