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Concierge Tasmania Jun 25
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Martyn Clayton 2h
Had a fantastic day tidying up the garden at Cyprus Well, the former home of the Cornish poet Charles Causley yesterday. Privilege to be working where some of my favourite poetry was written
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Justin Goebel 30m
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JCP in Cornwall 3h
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Bidur Raj Adhikari Jun 24
Tomorrow: to coastline drive via Sorell ❄️☀️
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Cllr Gemma Massey 17h
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Veris 8h
Throwback to when we were working with Launceston City Council in Tasmania. One of Australia’s oldest cities with one of the best-preserved early cityscapes in Australia.
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Justin Goebel 14h
Fantastic morning site of the sunset rising..
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Alison Ward Jun 20
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Justin Goebel 14h
Great pic 👏 👏 👏
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Infrastructure Magazine Jun 25
The University of Tasmania ()’s $344 million Northern Transformation program will focus on redeveloping the Inveresk precinct and will be the single largest infrastructure investment in ’s history.
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Launceston Council Jun 25
It's the joint Devon and Cornwall branch meeting in today
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Brian Carlton 3h
Bright and clear from Ignazio!
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peter herring Jun 25
Quite hard to get a clear view of this now, but look how the keep and tower on 's massive motte dominated the approach to the South Gate, the principal entrance to the only walled town in .
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Cllr Gemma Massey Jun 19
Tomorrow is the AGM of Community Network held at the Town Hall from 6.30pm. This meeting brings together members, Parish Councils, agencies such as the police & local residents to discuss key topics in our area. Why not pop along?
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The Littlebakehouse 12h
Perfect summer lunch Roasted Butternut squash with feta, puy lentils, micro basil, pea shoots, red onion and our chefs Orange dressing @ Little Bakehouse at Launceston
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Tarlia Jordan Jun 19
Those behind the original Cataract Gorge chairlift have announced a $20m new proposal. The gondolas will run in a triangular shape through the Gorge. Up to 24 gondolas will be available and they’re designed to carry 8 people with all access ability.
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JCP in Cornwall Jun 22
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Clint Bolton Jun 24
Just got a weather warning on my phone. Launceston 4 degrees warmer tomorrow, yipp!! up to 12 degress. T-Shirt and shorts day.
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Josh Harris Jun 19
Scenes at the end of a 6 hour training day in
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