Instagram photos from Northern Tasmania

The week that was. Delivered in glorious colour by The Examiner’s photographers and reporters and shared online via @examineronline on Instagram. 

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic looks at the skills of players at East Launceston Primary. Picture: Scott Gelston

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic looks at the skills of players at East Launceston Primary. Picture: Scott Gelston

A rainbow crosses the sky as the Australian Diamonds and New Zealand Silver Ferns netball teams arrive in Launceston. Picture: Scott Gelston

A rainbow crosses the sky as the Australian Diamonds and New Zealand Silver Ferns netball teams arrive in Launceston. Picture: Scott Gelston

Ruby, Lucas and Max Powell celebrate Lucas coming first in the Balfour Burn IGA Walk. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

Ruby, Lucas and Max Powell celebrate Lucas coming first in the Balfour Burn IGA Walk. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

Members of the Launceston Philharmonic Orchestra gather for a photo shoot before their weekend concert. Picture: Scott Gelston

Members of the Launceston Philharmonic Orchestra gather for a photo shoot before their weekend concert. Picture: Scott Gelston

Ex-Cavalier player Kelsie Rainbow mixes it with the Australian Diamonds at the Silverdome. Picture: Neil Richardson

Ex-Cavalier player Kelsie Rainbow mixes it with the Australian Diamonds at the Silverdome. Picture: Neil Richardson

Artentwine representatives Robyn Barnet and Hilary Keeley prepare to host events at the Riverside Wetland. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

Artentwine representatives Robyn Barnet and Hilary Keeley prepare to host events at the Riverside Wetland. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

Horse trainer Mick Burles with Clean Achiever. He still misses his old horse The Cleaner. Picture: Piia Wirsu

Horse trainer Mick Burles with Clean Achiever. He still misses his old horse The Cleaner. Picture: Piia Wirsu

Water quality and environmental law expert Simon Perraton calls for water quality alerts for the Tamar River. Picture: Neil Richardson

Water quality and environmental law expert Simon Perraton calls for water quality alerts for the Tamar River. Picture: Neil Richardson

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