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The Waratah-Wynyard Council and Live Well Tasmania were very happy with the running of the inaugural Wynyard Local Long Table lunch. The whole day went well, we were lucky to have decent weather and a great team of volunteers, including over a dozen students from the Wynyard High School, and Table Cape Primary School.
The Advocate March 19 2018 Lara Hay A three-course buffet for under $10 and entertainment thrown-in, surely it can’t be true? Live Well Tasmania, based in Wynyard, will be hosting a long table lunch on March 28 and will be serving up locally organic grown produce with entertainment provided by Wynyard High students. Robin Krabbe
THE ADVOCATE March 18 2018 Matt Moloney The University of Tasmania wants to establish a specific institute to plan for future jobs in the state. Professor Dianne Nicol has raised the proposal in a submission to a federal parliamentary inquiry into the future of work in Australia. She said the
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Introduction Live Well Tasmania (LWT) was established in 2015 with a mission to help youth achieve wellbeing via a whole of community wellbeing approach. LWT is particularly concerned about ensuring that the whole way that work is distributed and the types of work that are available be transformed to support the wellbeing of youth, particularly
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The following is a Discussion Paper prepared by Dr. Robin Krabbe from Live Well Tasmania 17/10/2018 Discussion paper – A proposal for a Tasmanian Trial of a Basic/Participation Income/Youth Guarantee Prepared by Robin Krabbe, PhD, Coordinator – Live Well Tasmania, October 2017. Contact details for further enquiries: [email protected], mob. 0421 461 724.
This is Isaac Cumming of Wynyard. Isaac has worked with Max Employment for the last two years. He has been working with Live Well Tasmania on our Community Centre project under the supervision of Glenn Venner. Isaac has been doing numerous jobs at the centre and has been enjoying his interactions with other participants. “People