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This event is for people aged over 50. A good funny,  light hearted  movie. Refreshments will be provided.    

Free DV-aware Training

DV-awareness sessions is interactive presentation where individuals and groups can talk about the issue of domestic violence and what they can do to help make a difference. At the end of the awareness session, participants will be able to: – … Continue reading

NDIS drop in sessions

  We can help you with,   Ø  Understanding the NDIS and assist with access process.   Ø  Information and connection to services and activities in your community and other Government Services.     Ø  Information and referral to Early Childhood … Continue reading

Karate Classes

Traditional Martial Arts *Self Defence    *Fitness & Flexibility *Self Discipline *Co-ordination *Self Confidence *Affordable Rates We Have Been In Brighton For Over 25 Years Facebook:    

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Good Scouts do troops proud

TWO local scouts have been awarded prestigious Australian Scout Medallions by the Chief Commissioner of Scouts, Tasmania. Elliot Coulson, 15, and Thomas Weeding, 13, from Old Beach Scout Group receive

Green he may be but Riley’s on a roll

BY VAN RANSLEY* RILEY Davie is proving that lawn bowls is certainly not just the province of senior citizens. Riley began his association with bowls a couple of years ago when he and twin sister Grace

COVID-19 brings unprecedented times

  By TONY FOSTER Brighton Mayor  WE are experiencing unprecedented times amid a national emergency that is creating challenges that we’ve never previously had to deal with, perhaps the excepti

Big division’s great stats

By PHILIPPA BURK* THE Bridgewater Police Division, the largest geographic operational Division statewide for Tasmania Police, encompasses Bridgewater as well as the sub-divisions of Oatlands Police St

Brighton joins push for updated land use strategy

BRIGHTON Council has joined with other southern Tasmanian councils to call on the State Government to update the Southern Tasmania Regional Land Use Strategy (STRLUS). The strategy underpins growth an