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News.com.au
HCC to backtrack on rail roadworksThe disputed asphalt over rail lines in McVilly Drive in Hobart. A MISUNDERSTA
HCC to backtrack on rail roadworks
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
The disputed asphalt over rail lines in McVilly Drive in Hobart. A MISUNDERSTANDING between the Hobart City Council and TasRail, which lead to bitumen being laid over rail lines, will be remedied in the next few weeks. TasRail had asked the council... Read more
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News.com.au
Dispute over school extensionThe Hobart City Council public notice about the New Town High School plan. Pict
Dispute over school extension
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
The Hobart City Council public notice about the New Town High School plan. Picture: RICHARD JUPE LIGHT rail advocates have raised concerns about what they say is an attempt at ­encroachment onto the disused northern suburbs rail corridor by the... Read more
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News.com.au
Council merger war of wordsUNDER FIRE: Lord Mayor of Hobart Sue Hickey. A WAR of words has broken out bet
Council merger war of words
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
UNDER FIRE: Lord Mayor of Hobart Sue Hickey. A WAR of words has broken out between Brighton Mayor Tony Foster and Hobart Lord Mayor Sue Hickey after her ­renewed call this week for council amalgamations. Councillor Foster, the longest serving mayor... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dark MOFO reaps more than $2m in fundingDark MOFO reaps more than $2m in local and state funding The Museum of Old and
Dark MOFO reaps more than $2m in funding
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
Dark MOFO reaps more than $2m in local and state funding The Museum of Old and New Art's winter festival Dark MOFO will be held in June this year with financial help from both the State Government and the Hobart City Council. Key points: The... Read more
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News.com.au
Dark Mofo returns to heat Hobartogoh-ogoh buring at PW1. Last day of Dark Mofo 2015. Picture: RICHARD JUPE MON
Dark Mofo returns to heat Hobart
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
ogoh-ogoh buring at PW1. Last day of Dark Mofo 2015. Picture: RICHARD JUPE MONA’s winter solstice festival Dark Mofo will return to heat up Hobart this June, after organisers secured new funding agreements with the State Government and Hobart City... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
MONA FOMA director defends festival's move out of cityMONA FOMA curator Brian Ritchie defends festival's move out of city Photo: Psy
MONA FOMA director defends festival's move out of city
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
MONA FOMA curator Brian Ritchie defends festival's move out of city Photo: Psychedelic rock band The Flaming Lips will take to the Mona stage on Friday night as the festival's headline act. (Supplied: MONA) As Tasmania's summer arts festival, MONA... Read more
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Lord Mayor’s support for Taste workersHOBART’S Lord Mayor has expressed her support for council staff involved in org
Lord Mayor’s support for Taste workers
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
HOBART’S Lord Mayor has expressed her support for council staff involved in organising the Taste of Tasmania, amid external and internal criticism of the event. In an email to Hobart City Council general manager Nick Heath, Lord Mayor Sue Hickey... Read more
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Stallholders unhappy with cashless system used at Taste of TasmaniaHobart Council vows to address stallholder concerns as Taste of Tasmania wraps
Stallholders unhappy with cashless system used at Taste of Tasmania
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
Hobart Council vows to address stallholder concerns as Taste of Tasmania wraps up The Hobart City Council is vowing to work with stall holders to improve the cashless system used at the Taste of Tasmania this year. The event has drawn to a close... Read more
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More than $5m spent during Taste of Tasmania, council saysTaste of Tasmania event goers spent $5m using cashless system, council says Ph
More than $5m spent during Taste of Tasmania, council says
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
Taste of Tasmania event goers spent $5m using cashless system, council says Photo: More than 240,000 people went to the Taste of Tasmania food festival this this year, down 25,000 on last year's attendance. (Facebook: Taste of Tasmania) Patrons... Read more
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Call for council to hand over the TasteThe new cashless card pay system at the Taste of Tasmania. Picture: Luke Bowden
Call for council to hand over the Taste
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
The new cashless card pay system at the Taste of Tasmania. Picture: Luke Bowden THE Taste of Tasmania should be organised and run by independent professionals – not the Hobart City Council – Tasmania’s tourism chief says. Tourism Industry Council... Read more

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