Elected in 2010, Rebecca White is passionate about ensuring there is equality of opportunity for all Tasmanians regardless of where they live, their background or circumstances
It’s been an absolute privilege to have represented the electors of Lyons for a good number of years to date!
I believe I can continue to make a positive contribution for the voters of Lyons and to Tasmania.
New Norfolk resident Wayne Shoobridge combines his bookkeeping business of ten years with his role as a councillor on the Derwent Valley Council, which he was elected to in 2011.
Bob Gordon wants to get Tasmania moving so that our young people will have the chance to find jobs in Tasmania.
A fifth-generation Tasmanian, I have lived and worked all my life in the northern midlands, where my wife Merrilyn and I reside at Bracknell.
Tasmania has an ageing population. I am a Pilates Instructor and have seen first-hand the benefits to older people from a regular, supervised exercise program.
A family-focused individual with experience in business management, training and assessment, sports coaching and the security sector, Quentin is committed to Australia and the Palmer United Party campaign.
Born and raised in Lyons, I have been advocating for the needs of rural and regional Tasmanians for most of my life.
Jessey Dillon is 22 and was born and raised in the Central Highlands and the Derwent Valley. He still lives in the Derwent Valley at Blackhills.
The latest bout of graffiti was located on the Kings Bridge Gorge walk.
Property owners who refuse to pay rates because their land is “owned by god” given 90 day window.
A lick of paint at Launceston's Animal Medical Centre is set to liven up the old facade.
Class photos from Tasmanian kindergartens.
The fundamental question we are asking is: What will future proof Tasmania for the next generation?
The young man who guided South Launceston to this season’s Cricket North flag is in no rush to ...
A local resident said the community has been supportive since being evicted from The Biggest Loser