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Tassie Flying Paws Dog Club

Tassie Flying Paws Dog Club is based in the Brighton area. We welcome anyone who wants to have fun with their dog and is keen to participate. The activities we run include Flyball – a dog team sport involving a … Continue reading

Music, fun & food…

Are you aged 12 or over? If yes, then Youth Off The Street offer you their FREE Outreach Program. Contact Youth Off The Streets to find out where they will be and when.

The Value of Play

Play is essential for all areas of child development.  Play is not only fun, it is also an opportunity for babies and young children to learn and to explore the world around them. We invite parents to come along for this interactive session on the … Continue reading

Hobart Gymnastics Shining Gymstarz Recreational Gymnastics Program

Shining Gymstarz Recreational Gymnastics Program Hobart Gymnastics Academy Gymstarz program operates on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 4:00pm – 5:00pm, and on a Saturday morning from 9:00am – 10:00am.   Mini-Gymstarz (age 4) The Mini-Gymstarz program is … Continue reading

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Brighton Council candidates have their say

BRIGHTON Community News has provided space for candidates vying for election in the 2018 Local Government elections for Brighton municipality. This is to allow candidates to say why they are standing

Centre’s little scientists win in national program

THE Bagdad Education and Care Tasmanian has won the 2018 Little Scientists Early STEM Award. The award celebrates the commitment and dedication of early childhood educators to inquiry-based learning i

Don’t be misled, local government is doing okay

 By TONY FOSTER*  WITH the political goings on in Canberra and concern over the issues of hospitals, health services and the like in State Parliament, it seems that some of the focus has shifted fro

Senior school ramps up for national skills week

By MAREE CONRAD WILSON* JORDAN River Learning Federation Senior School (JRLF SS) and Southern Central Trade Training Centre (SCTTC) were proud to be participating in National Skills Week recently.  S

Brighton a proven Tasmanian leader in local government

AN advertisement in the December 2010 issue of Brighton Community News demonstrated how Brighton led Tasmanian Councils across a range of services and activities. Mayor Tony Foster says eight years l