Tullah's Holly Roughley began driving trucks down mine shafts and found security and fulfilment

Meg Powell
By Meg Powell
June 24 2021 - 9:00am
ROUGH START: 27-year-old Holly Roughley is proud of her job, her battle to get there, and the fulfillment she get from the "serenity" of her new life at Tullah. Picture: Meg Powell

As Holly Roughley shows up to tackle her gruelling, 12-hour shifts each day, she takes pride in the knowledge that she is following in the footsteps of four generations of Tasmanian West Coast miners.

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Meg Powell

Meg Powell

Journalist

Meg Powell has been a journalist for the Advocate Newspaper in North-West Tasmania since 2019. She has covered a range of areas and issues including crime, health, environmental issues, business, social affairs , the arts and education. Got a story to share? Email megan.powell@theadvocate.com.au or call 0448 302 029

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