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"C'mon" everyone lets have a great Christmas/New Year and adhere to speed limits. Tasmania Police

"Good neighbours create safer/better communities"

Notice "HOONING" a bit tired of ugly black marks, tired of worrying about the kids being knocked over, or fed up by the would be racing drivers waking you up at night" Take details and report to the non emergency number 131444. Remember this can be an anonymous call.
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Our next Regional Community Forum is coming up, in Glenora.

On Tuesday, 23 November, local residents will be able to meet the new operator of the New Norfolk and Bushy Park Pools and hear about their plans for the pools and what the community can expect over the Summer months.

You'll also be able to discuss ideas and issues with Elected Members and Senior Council staff and talk about what you need as a community.


This is Council’s final regional community forum for 2021 with the schedule for next year to be considered at a Council Meeting in the next few months.

Tyga FM Community Radio
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Congratulations to bts b grade triples champions Tim Morgan Michael winter and Shane Winter well done ... See MoreSee Less

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One week to go! Don’t miss out on the DVCB’s Annual Gala event

🎵Music from all four of our ensembles
🏆Awards and recognitions
🎟A raffle to be drawn on the night!

Gather your friends and family and get your tickets here:
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Acknowledgement of Country. We pay respect to the traditional and original owners of this land the Leenowwenne people of the Big River Nation. We pay respect to those who have passed before us and acknowledge today’s Tasmanian Aboriginal community in the Derwent Valley.

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