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Devonport Mayor Annette Rockliff and well-known Devonport identity Minka Woolley, are looking forward to this year’s International Women’s Day where Minka will MC the Choose to Challenge Speakers Forum on Thursday, 4 March. Latest News

Shining the light on International Women’s Day

Devonport women will have the chance to shine through a week-long program to celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day. From next Wednesday, 3 March, Devonport …

Don Cemetery Latest News

Community input sought for historical Don cemetery

Devonport City Council is seeking community input on management priorities of the historically significant Congregational Cemetery at Don. Considered to be one of the oldest congregational cemeteries in Tasmania, there are more than 700 known recorded burials …

Richard Wastell, 2005, Not Far From Here Arts & Culture

Devonport Regional Gallery permanent collection EOI

Devonport City Council invites expressions of interest (EOI) from individuals or organisations to undertake a complete valuation of the Devonport Regional Gallery’s Permanent Collection of …

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Future Devonport

LIVING CITY is the largest urban renewal project ever undertaken in regional Tasmania.

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Historic Devonport City

Learn more about Devonport’s past through a collection of photos in the City of Devonport’s historical archives.

Navigate through a sample of the Robinson Collection which comprises over 100,000 photographic negatives and was purchased by the Devonport City Council in 1993.

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