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Today’s scores from Boyer Oval: SFL Round 7

TODAY’S scores from Boyer Oval, where the New Norfolk Eagles are playing the Sorell Eagles and South East Suns. | SENIORS: Sorell 9.7 (61) leading New Norfolk 7.6 (48) at three-quarter time | RESERVES: Sorell 16.12 (108) d New Norfolk 8.1 (49) | WOMEN: New Norfolk 23.16 (154) d South East Suns 1.2

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Football

NNDFC game day notes – Round 7, May 18, 2024

NEW NORFOLK DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUBCLUB NOTES – MAY 18 SENIOR NOTES Today we are back home at the Boyer Oval to the Sorell Football Club. Following the thrill of our first senior victory in 742 days against the Hobart Tigers three weeks ago, we came back to earth with a

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Business

Local ciders dominate Tasmanian Fine Food Awards

LOCAL business Plenty Cider has added to its medal and trophy haul by taking out the champion and reserve champion ciders at the Tasmanian Fine Food Awards. Only two gold medals were awarded to ciders, both to Plenty – one for its Cornucopia and the other for its Apple and

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Cricket

In the News: Nathan Rice our cricketer of the year

NATHAN Rice has taken out the inaugural Cricketer of the Year Award presented by New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News. The award is based on weekly “most valuable player” points awarded by the News’ cricket writer during the season, with Rice emerging as the winner. The award was presented last

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Football

New Norfolk junior football – Round 5

STJFL Round 5 – May 10 & 12, 2024 Results in briefUnder 15 Boys 3.3 lost to Kingborough 24.12. Goals: Aydan Bailey 2, Noah Evans. Best: Deegan White, Samuel Clark, Charlie Cooper, Aydan Bailey, Jude Bannister, Jack Henderson.Under 14 Girls 10.5 defeated Claremont 1.6. Goals: Jayla Newbon 2, Elsie Chaplin, Bronte Jones,

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Business

Full house again in Circle Street shops

THERE is once again full occupancy in New Norfolk’s small Circle St shopping strip following this week’s re-opening of the popular Circle Coffee House. Penny and Brett Wallner’s cafe opened its doors on Monday morning, welcoming back many of the customers from the original location further around the circle, which

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News

Smiles all around as Corumbene celebrates

CORUMBENE’S $11.7 million Health Hub on The Avenue at New Norfolk is open for business after it was officially opened on Friday by the Governor of Tasmania, Barbara Baker. Corumbene chairman Ross Carlyle said it was a significant day for the future delivery of health care and health services in

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Events

Ouse Fire Brigade barbecue this Sunday

THE Tasmania Fire Service and Ouse Fire Brigade are putting on a “thank you” barbecue for the surrounding communities this Sunday in appreciation of support received during last the summer’s bushfires. TFS midlands district officer Jason Vinen said the event was a thank you to the Ouse and lakes communities

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News

Southern lights brighten the night sky

UPDATED WITH READERS’ PHOTOS: Boosted by a solar storm, the promised aurora australis (southern lights) has delivered in spades at New Norfolk and around the state tonight, with many locals stepping outside with their cameras and phones to record the event. Here are some images we captured around 8pm. The

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Football

New Norfolk junior football – Round 4

STJFL Round 4 – May 5, 2024 Results in briefUnder 15 5.2 lost to Claremont Bulldogs 36.12. Goals: Aydan Bailey 2, Jack Neads, Zethlan Duffy , Aiden Harvey. Best: Jude Bannister, Jack Henderson, Kobe Strong, Ruben Strong, Deegan White, Aydan Bailey.Under 14 Girls 17.11 defeated Lindisfarne 3.2. Goals: Elsie Chaplin

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News

Willow Warriors tackle Tyenna river rehabilitation

THE next Willow Warriors working bee this Saturday, May 11, will help to rehabilitate a section of riverbank upstream of Maydena. Volunteers will meet at 9.30am at the Junee Rd bridge at Maydena. This working bee will different approach to normal, with the aim of getting 200 plants in the ground to

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News

Family’s holy grail found at last

THIS year’s Anzac Day will long be remembered by Lynette Rhodes. After years of searching, Mrs Rhodes, of Granton, was finally able to hold the memorial plaque made in tribute to her cousin, Matthew Clarke, who lost his life in World War I. “I’ve been looking for this for years,”

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