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JRLF Senior School Farm Open Day

Tour the school farm’s facilities and hear about the fantastic opportunities studying a Certificate II in Agriculture or Horticulture can offer. Tours are at 10am, 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am and 12pm with a free BBQ lunch to follow, drinks to be … Continue reading

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

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

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

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Bridgewater Bridge must be built for the future

 By TONY FOSTER* THE design for a new Bridgewater Bridge must meet future needs and not just current-day demands. As a vital link in the north-south network, Bridgewater needs a bridge that will meet

Councils face $45.7m cut in yearly TasWater revenue

THE State Government’s proposed takeover of TasWater could cost Tasmanian councils up to $45.7 million a year in lost distributions after 2025. Brighton Council’s losses alone will amount to more

Book Week plots a winning course

BOOK week was celebrated in schools throughout the State recently, and most particularly in Brighton. Brighton Primary got into the swing of Book Week with a great turn out for its dress up day.  The

Bridgewater Bridge must be a bridge for the future

BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster says the design for a new Bridgewater Bridge must meet future needs and not just current-day demands. Cr Foster said as a vital link in the north-south network, Bridgewater

Council determined to protect ratepayers’ interests

  By TONY FOSTER Mayor THE fight to retain local government ownership of TasWater continues, with the State Government recently releasing a highly biased report from Infrastructure Tasmania to su