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Dinner AND a burger challenge at Mohr and Smith? What the...? | St Helens, Tasmania

Social media must be the bane of a restaurateurs existence sometimes. With keyboard warriors prepared to saddle up and join the fray at the slightest slight, and humanity’s propensity for drama, online slanging matches inevitably erupt over dining experiences. 1,034 more words

Tasmanian

Coffee Away. Best coffee in St Helens?

Does Coffee Away make the best coffee in St Helens?

There aren’t a lot of options in town, but you’d have to do well to top these guys! 45 more words

Tasmanian

Don't Despair, Repair! Electronic repair pop up @ Goldfinger Factory

Slow laptop? Broken phone? Hoover playing up? Don’t despair, repair!

Come join the Restart Party at Goldfinger Factory on Saturday 28 February between  2 and 5pm and  new life will be breathed back into your broken gadgets and household appliances.   75 more words

Golborne

Fun in the rain! 7 Rainy Day Outdoor Plans



I’ve spent many days out playing, walking running, swimming in rivers in the rain. This last weekend was a classic. A friend of two young boys is training for her first ever… 468 more words

Children

City Living, Local Life: ClementJames expands IntoWork across North Kensington

The ClementJames Centre, based in North Kensington has linked up with City Living, Local Life to expand their IntoWork programme which supports young people and adults with practical employment and training support such as CV advice, interview skills and confidence building. 229 more words

Golborne

Double-Gig Weekend + Latest News

This weekend we will play twice on friday and saturday, for the first time in a while!
On Friday we’re back at the Sefton Arms in Town from 10pm, it should be a great night so be sure to come down! 262 more words

"I propose a debate with the UKIP candidates on health policy"

UKIP in St Helens recently announced their candidate for St Helens North, a Mr Ian Smith, a 67 year old factory owner. He joins Mr John Beirne, a former Liberal Democrat mayor of St Helens (what a change in political values!). 461 more words

Green Party