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Melodies and Memories – Keith Potger AO

Songs and stories from The Seekers era with Keith Potger and his 12 string guitar. Be charmed by some Seekers classics, some country and a few of Keith’s originals   in conjunction with Brighton Council

No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS)

The NILS Network now provides interest free loans of up to $1,200.00 for essential household items such as fridges, washing machines and beds. NILS loans are now also available for items such as computers, car registration, car repairs and car … Continue reading

Scrapbooking

  Are you interested in scrapbooking? The Gagebrook Community Centre, 191 Lamprill Circle, are holding scrapbooking classes every Friday from 12noon – 2.00pm.  Cost is $5.00 per session.   For more information contact the centre on 6263 6097.      

Learner Licence Assist Programme

  Do you have trouble reading or writing? Are you having trouble obtaining your Learners Licence from Service Tasmania? We can help you sit and pass your learners test! This is a one-on-one test with pen and paper to assist you … Continue reading

Parents R Us

Kylie and Christine would like to welcome all Parents/Guardians to come along to the Parents R Us group. The group meets weekly on a Monday from 11am – 2pm at the Gagebrook Community Centre, 191 Lamprill Circle, except school holidays and student … Continue reading


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Young ones star in recent State harness racing series

THE Brighton community is fortunate to have one of the best horse training facilities in the State, therefore it’s little wonder that  half of the young harness drivers selected in the recent Young

Groups come together to fix school’s Aboriginal wall

By DANIELLE MARKS GAGEBROOK Primary School, local volunteers and community members in partnership with Red Cross banded together recently to restore the school’s Aboriginal wall to its original stat

Alice race walks her way into history

BRIGHTON’S 16-year-old Alice Randall has literally walked her way into race walking history. After coming third in the national race walking championships in Canberra recently, Alice has returned to

Brighton’s budget highlight’s Council efficiency

By TONY FOSTER MAYOR BRIGHTON Council’s budget for the new financial year highlights the efficiency of our administration and the ability of our staff to provide services for other councils, so earn

Brighton confirms budget and rates

BRIGHTON Council has adopted its budget for the next financial year and confirmed its rates will be held in line with the 1.3 percent increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). The annual budget, app