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Locals achieve through adversity

Locals achieve through adversity

Blackmans Bay resident Ella Smalley has taken home the title of Premier's Young Achiever of the Year and the St Luke's Healthier Communities Award in the Tasmanian Young Achiever Awards.She was joined by three local trampoline gymnasts as either finalists or nominees.Rohan Wilcox, based in Howden, was presented as a finalist in the Motors Tasmania Sports Award. Billy French from Tinderbox was a...
Green light for Kingston intersection

Green light for Kingston intersection

A new set of traffic lights will be installed at the intersection of Beach Road and Church Street, Kingston, following a recommendation from the Black Spot Consultative Panel in Tasmania.The panel is comprised of local stakeholders and ensures projects meet the needs of local drivers. "I'm pleased to welcome the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Beach Road and Church Street...
Kingborough road safety

Kingborough road safety

Road Safety Week ran from Sunday, May 5 to Sunday, May 12, with a range of initiatives in the Kingborough region highlighting the importance of promoting safe driving.Kingston Inspector Colin Riley and Kingborough Mayor Paula Wriedt visited a road safety blitz site in Kingston on May 6.The road safety team were set up on Redwood Road checking vehicles were registered, ensuring drivers were...
Kingston resident bowling milestone

Kingston resident bowling milestone

Kingston resident John Cannell recently applied for a Life Membership with Kingborough Senior Citizens Club Inc to mark 20 years of playing indoor bowls with the club.His application was rejected at the club's recent committee meeting, who indicated John did not meet the criteria as outlined in the club's constitution."He deserves recognition," John's wife Lenna said.Turning 84 later this month,...
Kingborough going orange

Kingborough going orange

Kingborough community groups and members are preparing for Muscular Dystrophy Tasmania's (MDT) inaugural 'Go Orange for Muscular Dystrophy' campaign being held from June 3 to June 9.The campaign was launched recently to raise awareness and understanding of muscular dystrophy and allied conditions and to encourage community fundraising with a twist of orange. There are two craft groups in...
Kingborough honours ANZAC Day

Kingborough honours ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day was commemorated on Thursday, April 25 with services and parades in over 80 locations across Tasmania, including Taroona, Kingston Beach, Woodbridge and Bruny Island in Kingborough.The Taroona service commenced with a 5.30am march from the Taroona Bowls Club to the Taroona War Memorial on Batchelor Way.Attendees were refreshed with a traditional 'gunfire' breakfast afterwards, which...

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