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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

Say No to Bullying Campaign

“Under one rainbow,community coming together” was established by a group of community members after the savage beating of a young boy due to his sexuality.We are working together to promote diversity.our motto is “We’re all different and that’s OK” regardless … 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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Say ‘no’ to bullying a local community project

UNDER One Rainbow, Community Coming Together, was established by a group of community members after the savage beating of a young boy because of his sexuality. The project is working to promote divers

Women enjoy gymnastics success at nationals

THE recent Australian Championships for Women’s Artistic Gymnastics were Tasmania’s most successful national championships in history. Members from the Hobart Gymnastics Academy (in Hurst Street B

Christian School builds on life learning skills

THE kindergarten classroom at Northern Christian School always has lots of exciting things happening and this year is no exception. Learning in Kindergarten is based on the Early Years Learning Framew

TasRail relocates to Brighton Transport Hub

BRIGHTON has welcomed TasRail’s relocation to its purpose-built home in the Brighton Transport Hub, which Council says represents a major milestone for the municipality. With TasRail’s relocation

Brighton to take control of its own cleanup

By TONY FOSTER Mayor of Brighton MANY of you will know my long-held concerns about the enormous amount of littering that sadly, regularly occurs throughout Tasmania. You only have to travel a few kilo