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Active Launceston in the Media

Active Launceston promotes its programs and events through a variety of means including radio, print and television . Please see the list below to view some of our most recent media stories


Newspaper AND Journal Articles

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  1. 2017 Active Launceston Launch
  2. Active Kids 2017
  3. Active Technology 2017
  4. Active Launceston Funding Dropped 2015
  5. Active Blokes 2015
  6. Colour Me Active 2014
  7. Active Gold 2014
  8. Active Parks Hawthorn Kids Yoga 2014
  9. Active Swim 2014
  10. Active 5k and Launceston 10 2014
  11. Active Winter and Foundations of Active Living UTAS unit 2014
  12. Active Blokes 2014
  13. Ride 2 Work Day 2014
  14. Walk to Work Day 2014
  15. Active Gyms 2013
  16. Work Safe Month Launch July 2013
  17. Tasmanian Women Get Active June 2013
  18. Active Launceston Annual Appeal May 2013 
  19. AUSPANET AL SEPT 2010.pdf

Media Releases

  1. Bell Bay Aluminium Active Blokes 2016
  2. St.LukesHealth Active Kids 2015 
  3. Active Swim 2015
  4. Active Blokes 2015
  5. Active Blokes 2014
  6. Active Winter 2014
  7. Active Swim 2014
  8. Colour Me Active 2014
  9. Active Parks Hawthorn Kids Yoga 2014
  10. Active GOLD 2014
  11. Active Launceston Awards 2013


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Active Attack - The Examiner Newspaper Promotion

Active Launceston, The Examiner Newspaper and University students from the School of Human Life Science created a partnership to develop the Active Attack Promotion.

Two local identities, Louise Clark the Executive Officer of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce and Tony Benneworth, a local businessman put their bodies on the line for a 6 week Active Launceston physical activity program.

Pre and post fitness testing demonstrated that the couple managed to loose a combined total of 11kg after changing their lifestyles and participating in Active Launceston initiatives. They improved resting heart rates, cardiovascular fitness and boosted their good cholesterol.

To follow their 6 week journey view The Examiner Newspaper articles