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The word is out on the streets of Zeehan

A children's street library is a new resource for the community of Zeehan on Tasmania’s West Coast. Read more
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Card-based gaming system will save lives, money and families

The Liberal Government’s decision to introduce a card-based system for electronic gaming machines will have enormous benefits across the State. Read more
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“A silent night, a star above, a blessed gift of hope and love.”

Donations to Anglicare’s Christmas Appeal are providing gifts of hope and practical support to Tasmanians in need. Read more
media release

Young, in love and in danger: Teen domestic violence and abuse in Tasmania

Anglicare has called on governments and the community to do more to protect Tasmanian teenagers from violence and abuse in their intimate partner relationships. Read more
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The real cost of gambling harm

Reducing gambling harm will deliver benefits to all Tasmanians, says a new report from Anglicare Tasmania’s Social Action and Research Centre (SARC). Read more
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Healthy, safe and loved

Anti-Poverty Week is held between 16 - 22 October. Anglicare’s Communities for Children (CfC) program supports families living in the Launceston area and Tamar Valley. Explore what's been happening in the program this year. Read more
University of Tasmania Social Work student Natalie prepares to scale the climbing wall at the Taz Kids camp.

Learning the ropes with Taz Kids

What happens at a Taz Kids holiday camp? Two social work students on work placement with Anglicare describe their experience of participating in one. Read more
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Families move forward

Anglicare assists Tasmanian families in need through the Family Assistance Program. Read how a simple hand up is helping families to flourish. Read more

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