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Poultry – Eggs-travaganza

Junior Poultry Show – Poultry sales Poultry Keeping information & workshops Hatching Chickens – Game Birds Ducks – Geese – Guinea Fowl – Turkeys Paul Healy “Breeding Free Range Fowl for the farm and garden’ workshop book signings for his … Continue reading

Community Transport

Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc. Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc. is also known as CTST, we provide transport to aged, disabled and disadvantaged members of the community, including their carers where necessary. We are a not for profit organisation funded … Continue reading

Family History

Are you interested in your family history and just what may have occured in your families past? If you are, we have the program for you. Family History sessions are held at Bridgewater LINC. If you would like to join … Continue reading

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Skater has her career all figured out

LOCAL Brighton girl Anne Smith, who is providing support for her own carer, Colleen Morgan is aspiring to do great things in new-found love, ice skating. “I am a young Tasmanian figure skater in whi

Sophie hits spot at nationals

SOPHIE Leszczynski, a resident of Old Beach, recently represented Tasmania at the Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) under 13 girls national football championships in Coffs Harbour. Sophie has be

Council hails Toll hub investment

BRIGHTON Council has welcomed the major investment by Toll Tasmania in its new transport and freight facility at the Brighton Transport Hub. Toll’s new $24-million headquarters were officially opene

Toll’s move an important confidence boost for region

By TONY FOSTER Mayor of Brighton JUST a few days ago, I was delighted to participate in the official opening of Toll Transport’s new Brighton headquarters marking a major milestone in the establishm

Challenge leads to unique solution

BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster says assuring the future of the Jordan River Learning Federation’s school farm and the agreement of the Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff to look at the overall education