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Brighton Community Christmas Parade

save the date to your calendar – don’t miss out Plan to be part of this fantastic family event through the streets of Bridgewater, it takes all kinds of floats for a wonderful parade so start your planning. It is … Continue reading

7th Hobart Winter Gamesfest

HoGS seventh annual wintertime weekend-long games extravaganza in 2017 follows on from our usual First Friday night playing games at Lenah Valley Community Hall. On Saturday-Sunday we’ll be taking over the entire building and hosting fun and games for 31 … Continue reading

School Holiday Program

Exciting holiday program including Robotics & Coding (Learn to build a robotic car, then learn to program your car), Cool Science and making Aquarium jars! Please see flyer for day and times.    

Futsal/Indoor Soccer Roster

Just4FunSports (partnered and accredeted with FFT) are running Tasmania’s Rural Futsal Program in Bridgewater as of the 5th of May our indoor soccer/Futsal roster is commencing  at the Bridgewater PCYC, 6-9pm. Junior Futsal RD Robins from 5-6pm

Saver Plus

Saver Plus is a financial education and matched savings program delivered by The Smith Family in Tasmania.  Eligible families who complete the program can access up to $500 in matched savings for education costs including uniforms, books, computers and iPads, … Continue reading


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Innovating land sales’ initiative funds new community park

BRIGHTON Council is developing a new community park at Old Beach funded by the proceeds of sales of land not needed to meet the municipality’s future vision. The Old Beach Neighbourhood Park, to be

Cricket club makes pitch for girls’ team

By PHIL OWEN* OLD Beach Cricket Club is working towards introducing a girl’s cricket team into the Club this coming 2017/18 season. In preliminary talks with Mia Blignaut, who is cricket promotions

State Government can’t be trusted to run TasWater

  By TONY FOSTER Mayor of Brighton TASMANIANS are currently being bombarded by a wave of propaganda from the State Government and business groups such as the Property Council, Tasmanian Chamber o

Build Up Tassie helps build a home, a life and a future  

  By BELINDA CLARKE* MORE than 150 people from the construction industry, community groups and services gathered at Wilson Homes last month to hear about a range of different opportunities for yo

Legal slip strengthens case to remove Minister Gutwein from local government portfolio

TASMANIA’S longest-serving Mayor says the failure of Treasurer Peter Gutwein to provide financial modelling, proper planning and a legal basis for his proposed takeover of TasWater has strengthened