Analysing clinical assessments of 98 pre-school aged children diagnosed with ASD, researchers have found that those who had accessed programs and specialised care at Burnie's Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre and the spokes services experienced improvements in behaviour, communication, language development, and motor skills.
Campbell Town Show returns for two days from June 3. The longest running show in the Southern Hemisphere has lots on offer for all ages of the family.
From Saturday, May 28, following its week-long launch, Henry’s Bar & Restaurant will be open to the public and there is a real treat in store for lovers of fine Tasmanian food and boutique beers, wines, ciders and whisky.
There has been a potential breakthrough in treatment for Tasmanians suffering with eye disease.
The reality of homelessness is unfortunately never too far away from our doorsteps in Launceston and Vinnies are working at ground level to help turn people’s lives around.
With over 35 years experience Michel is a 3rd generation builder from the Netherlands, who has been operating his renovation business for 7 years in Launceston and the Tamar Valley areas.
Registrations for Vinnies CEO Sleepout are now open. In the spirit of raising awareness and funds for the homeless the Vinnies CEO Sleepout will be taking place at Aurora Stadium on Thursday, June 23, 2016.
Are you looking for a new home for your lifestyle property? Make a statement with a signature Tasbuilt Home.
Raising awareness for hospice@Home and National Palliative Care Week.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, in a shock referendum result.
An incident between two football players in 2014 has resulted in a Supreme Court trial.
A selection of snaps from the snow on Saturday, May 25.
Blazeaide have called for volunteers to help local farmers rebuild.
Reigning premiers take on the Sunshine State's expansion team.