Planning application proposing to construct a cable car on kunanyi/Mount Wellington
The City of Hobart is delighted to support Dark Mofo in 2021
The single-use plastics by-law will be enforceable from 1 July 2021
Backyard Bandicoots: Help us protect the eastern barred bandicoots
COVID-19 information and updates
Hobart Respects All is about empowering bystanders to support anyone who is being targeted by racism
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The next meeting of the full council will be on Monday 21 June 2021.
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Published on 11 June 2021
The City of Hobart has welcomed the penalty handed down today to a developer who demolished heritage-listed stone footings on his Mount Stuart property after already having been convicted and fined for destroying a heritage home.
Published on 08 June 2021
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be the guest speaker a panel discussion around the future of Hobart’s transport network at the next instalment of CityTalks.
Published on 07 June 2021
Busking changes to stay; Shared track improvements; Support for Tast EoI; Cat management strategy endorsed; Extension granted for residential lots
17 June 2021
The City of Hobart is delighted to support the Dark Mofo festival in 2021, and our staff across the organisation have been providing a wealth of expertise to ensure the festival runs smoothly.
5 pm Thursday 17 June 2021City Deal architect and public transport advocate, Malcolm Turnbull, joins the CityTalks conversation on the future of public transport for small cities like Hobart.
25 June 2021
One-hour drop-in session to chat to the Lord Mayor about any local matters of interest.
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Background and information on the status of the kunanyi/Mt Wellington cable car planning application
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