Andrew Inglis Clark

Andrew Inglis Clark

Ask me for a Tasmanian political hero, and I’d say Andrew Inglis Clark. Clark may not be a household name. But by any measure, he…

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Tasmania - a home for asylum seekers

Tasmania – a home for asylum seekers

At last count there were estimated to be at least 15 million refugees under the care of the United Nations globally, with war and conflicts…

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Battery Point walkway

Battery Point walkway

Controversy has swirled around the proposed Battery Point Walkway for more than ten years. In that time there have been flurries of contentious debate in the media, the Hobart City Council and community organisations.

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Climate movement’s new challenge

Climate movement’s new challenge

In 1997, a group of international colleagues put the hard word on me at the Kyoto Protocol talks in Japan. “Anna, there are two places…

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These feet were made for walking

These feet were made for walking

We need to get our kids moving, for the sake of their health. As a busy parent I am guilty of sometimes running my kids…

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Let's celebrate street art

Let’s celebrate street art

Some people love to hate graffiti, but the best way to fight unsightly tagging is to encourage and celebrate public street art. By street art…

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Antarctic Community Council

Antarctic Community Council

Earlier this year I made a submission to a government inquiry that’s developing a strategic plan for Australia’s Antarctic interests over the coming 20 years….

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