Tasmanian student project gathers Momentum

HOT TOPIC: Some of the Tasmanian students involved in The Youth Network project. Picture: Scott Gelston

HOT TOPIC: Some of the Tasmanian students involved in The Youth Network project. Picture: Scott Gelston

On Wednesday The Examiner published Momentum, a newspaper written by youth for youth.

Eighteen students from Northern Tasmania have been part of the journey.

But Momentum is only the first step on the journey.

The Examiner will post these stories on its website at www.examiner.com.au/youthnetwork

And young people will continue to add content to the site as we seek to connect a network of young people who are passionate about where they live.

The wider Fairfax Media network will aim to expand that network across the nation.

The students who created Momentum came from Launceston College, Newstead College, St Patrick’s College, Kings Meadow High School, Riverside High School, Prospect High School, Launceston Grammar School and the University of Tasmania.

Thank you to all those who supported this project. 

Copies of the newspaper are available at The Examiner office, 113-115 Cimitiere Street, Launceston.

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