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TAS Country : March 3rd 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011 Tasmanian Country 7 News RESTORED: Southern Midlands heritage project manager Brad Williams. Pictures: KIM EISZELE life sentence Mr Williams said. The mill and the gaol are a short walk apart. ''They are an important dr- awcard together,'' Mr Williams said. Mr Bisdee said the gaol com- pleted the trilogy with the Su- preme Court and the mill. ''We haven't fully explored the potential,'' he said. The council has successfully campaigned to have Oatlands on the Australian Bus and Coach Association itinery, ad- vertising is planned for the Spirit of Tasmania ferries and new signage is about to go up on the Midland Highway. Mr Bisdee said the Oatlands community knew it was im- perative for the mill to be restored to attract people into the town. ''Oatlands in the last 10 years has been static, holding its own but static,'' Mr Bisdee said. ''We didn't have a lot to offer but looking at old buildings but now we have. ''The mill has been the cata- lyst. Now, together with the supreme court building and the gaoler's residence, visitors can enjoy a heritage experience.'' Guided tours of the three buildings plus the speciality shops and artisan baker are building a critical mass of businesses in the town ''that become self-sustaining,'' Mr Bisdee said. ''It's getting the business people to lift their eyebrows and say 'heh, I think there's a business opportunity here', and get their chequebooks out.'' Meanwhile, glass doors have been fitted so people can see the conservation labs within the gaoler's residence. ''We are using our past as a future for the town,'' Mr Wil- liams said. MULTIMIN Injection is a trace multiple mineral injection to assist reproductive performance and ewe recovery after lambing. It contains selenium, zinc and manganese, trace minerals which aid in the reproductive function of ewes and rams. Trace minerals are also essential nutrients for immunity and growth in ruminants. Customer Service: Tel 1800 242 100 www.virbac.com.au Give your Ewes and Rams some wham bam thank you lam Must use MULTIMIN 2mL injector. MULTIMIN is a registered trademark of Warburton Technologies Ltd. Please see label APVMA No. 61724.
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