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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

Brighton Markets

Brighton Markets will be run the first Sunday in every month. Local produce, bric-a-brac, homemade goods, handmade craft. Food will be available. Have a stall? Brighton Market Bookings or enquiries 0427 008 353

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Bridgewater Bridge case praised, but no political football

BRIGHTON Council has welcomed the submission of the business case for the Bridgewater Bridge to Infrastructure Australia, but says the replacement must not be used as a political football in the comin

Brighton Council votes to support pokies’ removal

BRIGHTON Council has voted to support the proposed removal of poker machines from Tasmanian hotels and clubs. At last night’s meeting, the Council voted unanimously to support the initiative propose

End of pokies’ scourge a good move

BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster says Tasmanian Labor’s move to phase out poker machines in hotels and clubs is a great move that will significantly benefit the Tasmanian community and economy. Mayor Fost

Brighton municipality in good shape

By TONY FOSTER AT the end of November, I had the opportunity to deliver my State of the Council address for 2017 and I was pleased to report Brighton is in extremely good shape. Travelling around our

Students show artistic skill for safer underpass

THE ongoing Safety Map work with students from East Derwent, Gagebrook, Herdsmans Cove and St Paul’s Primary Schools continues with the SRC students from East Derwent Primary School completing their