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Colony 47 survey lays bare reality of youth homelessness in Tasmania | The Examiner

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Teenagers falling behind at school, couch surfing while just out of high school and worsening mental health resulting in self-harm are just some of the stories told in a new survey highlighting the impact of youth homelessness in Tasmania. Colony 47 released an online survey to participants in its Transition to Work program and on its Facebook page, receiving 66 responses in two weeks from Tasmanians aged 15 to 24 from…



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Unsurpassed elegance and opportunity in Ellington

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5 Ellington Road, Sandy Bay. Knight Frank.

5 Ellington Road, Sandy Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED

SANDY Bay is full of beautiful neighbourhoods that people dream of living in — and Ellington Road would be very high on the list for many of us.

Home to gorgeous properties ranging from historic to super-modern, No.5 Ellington Road is surrounded by truly impressive abodes.

One of the first things that will grab the attention of potential buyers of this two-level, four-bedroom property is its superb river and mountain views.

5 Ellington Road, Sandy Bay. Knight Frank.



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Santa to tour Devonport suburbs | The Advocate

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The Devonport City Council has confirmed a special tour of the city’s suburbs by Father Christmas. The tour ensures children who would usually attend the Devonport Christmas Parade, which along with the city’s New Year’s Eve celebrations, got cancelled due to COVID-19, had the opportunity to get into the festive spirit and see Santa. Santa will be chauffeur-driven in a special…



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Sydney Sixers beat Adelaide Strikers in Ellyse Perry’s return to cricket, three WBBL games rained out

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Ellyse Perry lost eight months of cricket but none of her nerve as the star allrounder crashed a boundary with three balls remaining to secure the Sydney Sixers’ WBBL win over the Adelaide Strikers.

Making her long-awaited return to cricket after injuring her hamstring during Australia’s successful T20 World Cup campaign in March, Perry scored 14 not out, took 0-8 with the ball and effected a run out on her return at…



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