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Computer Basics

Talk to staff at Bridgewater LINC and find out what options are available for you to get started using a computer. There are small group sessions, one on one support and several Certificate I courses in conjunction with TasTAFE.

University Preparation Program

Would you like to have a go at improving your study and digital skills so you can cross the bridge into University or even just to sharpen your skills in study and using technology? The University Preparation Program might be … Continue reading

Lava Lamp & More!

Make a lava lamp…paint a mask…OR do some loom bands! Just drop in and try something….

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.

PCYC Out and About

Big range of activities including: Jan 19: Putters Adventrue Golf Jan 20: Eastside Activity Centre Jan 21: Mystery Bus Tour Jan 22: Woody’s Skate Centre Jan 23: Deany’s Farm Jan 27: Oatlands Pool Jan 28: Mt Field Jan 29: Bowling … Continue reading

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Brighton takes pride in year of success

By TONY FOSTER AS 2014 draws to a close, we can reflect on what has been a year of considerable success for the Brighton Council and for our municipality. Perhaps the best measure of success for Counc

Tasmania’s longest-serving Mayor warns against forced agenda

TASMANIA’S longest-serving Mayor, Brighton’s Tony Foster, says local government needs to be wary of external interests setting the agenda for council reform. Cr Foster, who has served as Brighton

Brighton Council to award scholarships for local students

BRIGHTON Council will award two scholarships annually to students from the Jordan River Learning Centre (JRLC) to enhance the recipients’ employment prospects particularly in the rural sector. The B

Thank you for supporting your efficient council

By TONY FOSTER BRIGHTON MAYOR THE local government elections are now over and Brighton has its newly elected Council. I congratulate the successful Councillors and thank all candidates for their commi

Brighton’s the best in the state

BRIGHTON Council has cemented its position as the most efficient local council in the State. Mayor Tony Foster said the latest report from the Auditor-General identified Brighton Council as having the