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World tourism award for Derwent Valley farmstay

THE Derwent Valley’s Curringa Farm has been congratulated by premier Jeremy Rockliff after receiving a World Agritourism Award last week. Located between Hamilton and Ouse, Curringa is a 300 hectares sheep and cropping farm where owners Tim and Jane Parsons also operate a farm accommodation tourism business. “Sixth generation Tasmanian

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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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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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Here’s news: free coffee at the Eagle Snack Bar

THE Eagle Snack Bar is one of New Norfolk’s longest-established food businesses and a foundation advertiser with New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News. Proudly serving local customers and the travelling public from its Hamilton Rd location since 1956, the Eagle is the latest business taking part in our reader rewards

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Here’s news: Go west for a free coffee

THERE’S just under a week left to redeem your coupon from the current edition of New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News for a free coffee or other hot beverage from the Westerway Roadhouse. In fact, if you’ve got a hankering for a barista-made Botero coffee in the Derwent Valley, then

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Here’s news: Free coffee from the Teapot

THERE’S still two days left to redeem your coupon from the current edition of New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News for a free coffee or other hot beverage from The Quilted Teapot in New Norfolk. The popular cafe and craft shop in the grounds of St Matthew’s Anglican Church in

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Christmas greetings from our advertisers

THANKS to the following advertisers who chose New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News as one of their ways of sending Christmas greetings this year. Click on any of the images for a larger view. Merry Christmas to all from New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News. See more Derwent Valley and

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Blair Street is back in business

THE local institution that is the Blair St shop is back in business after a closure of several months. Now trading as the Blair Street Cafe and Takeaway, the business had a low-key opening on Monday of this week and was in full swing today. New operators Darren and Monique

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Federal funds delivered for Boyer upgrades

FUNDING promised at the last federal election has been handed over to papermaker Norske Skog for improvements at the Boyer mill, along with a serve for the state government. Norske Skog Boyer is now Australia’s only producer of paper for newsprint, magazines and books, all produced at its riverfront factory

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Customers were lined up online for pizzeria opening

THE wait is over for customers who have been waiting for a taste of Gigi & Co Pizzeria, the successor to New Norfolk’s most popular pizza shop, Pauly’s. Owners Nick Sportelli and Georgina Garity said dozens of orders had been received before the doors opened at 4pm today (Monday). The

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Cake and coffee at the top of the street

EXPERIENCED local baker Jessica Bickers is the friendly face behind the counter in New Norfolk’s newest shop. Jessica opened her first shopfront business – Caked by Jess – on AFL Grand Final day last month and did a roaring trade despite closing at 2pm for the big game. Her shop

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Australians vote – using the paper we make here

PAPER manufactured at the Norske Skog Boyer mill was used for the production of the more than 17 million ballot papers on which Australians voted yes or no (or something else) in yesterday’s referendum on a proposed law to alter the Constitution to recognise the first peoples of Australia by

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