Building Better Regions Community & Business Breakfast

Waratah-Wynyard Mayor Robby Walsh joined Live Well Tasmania’s Robin Krabbe and others at a recent breakfast in Wynyard to learn how they could help distribute food to those in need. This initiative is supported by the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions program. This event is brought to you with the assistance of a Healthy Tasmania 

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Get on Your Bike

There’s more to bike riding than grabbing your helmet and taking off. Penguin physiotherapist Janye Grubits-King said it was important for riders to know how to adjust their bike to avoid injuries. “The things that I mostly see are seat heights being too low and that can cause knee pain and occasional hip pain,” she 

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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

100s of Cities in Over 80 Nations participate in World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (http://www.worldtaichiday.org) *Come and join us at Wynyard’s Gutteridge Gardens* on Saturday 28th April from 9.30am to 10.30am Beginners and more experienced people are all welcome A FREE EVENT Sponsored by Waratah Wynyard Council as part of the 2018 Wynyard Year 

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Free on-line Health and Wellbeing courses!

The University of Tasmania, Faculty of Health, has developed a number of exciting fully-online units to increase community awareness and skills in areas such as healthy living and social engagement. Students can study a variety of topics from using wearable technology to developing their own mental health toolkit or how the arts can help improve 

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