Devonport needs answers: Mayor, businesses back Spirit inquiry call

Jess Flint
June 2 2024 - 2:00pm
Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry retail executive John Alexiou and Devonport mayor Alison Jarman support an inquiry into the Spirits. Picture by Katri Strooband.
Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry retail executive John Alexiou and Devonport mayor Alison Jarman support an inquiry into the Spirits. Picture by Katri Strooband.

The new Spirit of Tasmania ferries will mean more freedom for people to choose when they get on and off the island, according to Devonport mayor Alison Jarman.

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Jess Flint

Jess Flint

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I'm a North-West raised journalist whose favourite things include Tassie wine, good music, and politics. Got a story? Send me an e-mail - Jess.Flint@theadvocate.com.au

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