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  • Ten Days on the Island

    The Pulse of Tasmania will provide $15,000 to help bring to life the 2021 Ten Days’ signature project If These Halls Could Talk.

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania is the peak body for the 35 Neighbourhood Houses around Tasmania.

    FitEx

    FitEx, led by Nikki Long, is committed to building a healthier, happier, and stronger State and empowering communities by promoting education, fitness, wellness, and health for all Tasmanians.

  • Dress for Success Hobart

    Dress for Success Hobart is a not for profit organisation that empowers women to achieve economic independence through employment. Their programs provide donated work clothing, job search skills, career coaching and networking to give clients the best chance of securing a job that can change their life for the better. The Dress for Success vision is that all Tasmanian women are empowered to overcome barriers to employment.

    FitEx

    FitEx, led by Nikki Long, is committed to building a healthier, happier, and stronger State and empowering communities by promoting education, fitness, wellness, and health for all Tasmanians.

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania

    Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania is the peak body for the 35 Neighbourhood Houses around Tasmania.

Pulse of Tasmania magazine

From the devastating Tasmanian bushfires, a film festival and everything in between, we hope The Pulse will be your “home of Tasmanian stories” and provide you with an invaluable resource for the best news and information on our great state’s well-being.
New year, New you?

Savings, spendings and everything in between are often high on peoples’ list of things to sort out. So with that thought firmly in mind, the team at Bank of us put their heads together and came up with a few ways to help us all save a couple of extra dollars this year.

The Scallop Pie

Seasonal recipe - A good pie has a butter pastry outer and is full of tender scallops and vegetables in a creamy curry sauce.

Grilled King Island Crayfish with saltbush butter

Seasonal recipe

Cabin Breakfast Hash

This Swedish inspired one-pan dish is a hearty brunch which is dangerously moorish. The beauty of this meal is that it’s essentially a hash so whatever leftover ingredients you have in the fridge (within reason) you can use.

A family of the sea

It was a late afternoon when I caught up with Mark Hursey and his crew of the Julie Rose. After spending 15 days out at sea, fishing for crays, it was time to come in and unload their catch at the Port of Stanley.

When was the last time you visited the dentist?

It may seem like a simple question but how many of you are reading this, scratching your head, and trying to remember?

Reduce your risk before it’s too late

A Tasmanian Community Health Campaign that tugged on the heart strings.

If These Halls Could Talk

Wherever you live in lutruwita (Tasmania), you’re sure to be in driving distance from one of ten community halls we’ve chosen for our signature project for Ten Days on the Island 2021, If These Halls Could Talk.

5 simple things you can do for your well-being every day

Need a nudge to remind you to take a moment to reset?

Whisky 101

Straight or Neat? A common misconception in the whisky world is the term ‘straight up’; it really means neat.

Making the most of off-peak power

For those really wanting to save more money on their power bills, there are a few easy changes you can make to shift your usage.

3 Surprising Facts About Vascular Disease

Did you know that vascular disease is more common in Tasmanian adults than across the rest of Australia? Learn other vascular disease facts, including The human body contains over 100,000 kilometres of blood vessels, the smallest being just ONE THIRD the width of a strand of hair!

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