New mood at Caltex New Norfolk

An artist’s impression of the revamped New Norfolk Caltex. THE owners of New Norfolk’s Caltex petrol station propose to redevelop their site on the corner Montagu and Burnett Streets and adopt the Mood Food brand. Plans lodged with the Derwent Valley Council by Potter Projects on behalf of Bennett’s Petroleum

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Another shop pops up

A “POP-UP” shop is expected to open in New Norfolk at 31 Burnett St today.  Posters in the window of the former office of the Derwent Valley Gazette state that the shop will be open from Wednesday to Saturday each week, offering collectables, antiques, homewares and gift ideas. The shop

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Third new shop in three weeks

33 Burnett St, New Norfolk. OPENING at 33 Burnett St earlier today, the New Norfolk Florist is the third new shop to open in the town’s central business district in as many weeks. The New Norfolk Florist specialises in providing quality, fresh flowers for all occasions. Handmade Tasmanian gifts are

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Two up, one down

Vietfinn Silk, 37 High St. A SHOP specialising in free-flowing women’s wear opened in the old Glasser and Parker shop at 37 High St yesterday. Vietfinn Silk is a wholesaler and retailer previously seen at Channel Court Shopping Centre and at various pop-up locations including Salamanca Place in Hobart and

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Redlands sold to leading winemaker

LEADING Australian winemaker Casella Family Brands has acquired the Redlands Estate near New Norfolk. Reportedly worth $3.7 million, the deal was announced last week. “We’re delighted to be the new custodians of this iconic property,” Casella Family Brands managing director John Casella said. “Land ownership, agriculture, farming, growing crops and

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Family day today as Mitre 10 celebrates

At last night’s celebration were ReneHidding MHA, left, and Mitre 10 generalmanager Annette Welsh with Lesleyand Ray Williams. A FAMILY fun day will be held today (Saturday) from 10am-2pm to celebrate the grand opening of the new Williams Mitre 10 store at 10 Charles St, New Norfolk. Although the business has

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Boost for three local businesses

THREE local business proposals were among 56 projects named as successful applicants to the Tasmania Jobs and Investment Fund today.  The $24 million joint Australian-Tasmanian government fund is hoped to generate 774 new jobs and $92.6 million in investment. The headline project is The Agrarian Kitchen’s proposal to develop an eatery,

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Pennyworth’s turn in the limelight

Pennyworth in Burnett St was the latest New Norfolk location to be filmed inconnection with the upcoming ABC-TV comedy series Rosehaven. Filmingstarted earlier today and continued into the evening, when the long-standingantiques and collectibles shop was lit-up against the night. 

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Feds urged to support Boyer’s new product

THE Federal Government has been urged to match the State Government’s $1.5 million contribution to ensure that a new bio-chemicals industry is successfully established in Tasmania – and at the Boyer mill in particular. Visiting the mill yesterday, Australian Forest Products Association chief executive Ross Hampton said a whole new

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New hardware store now open

Brothers Adam and Peter Williams in the new Mitre 10 storeshortly after opening this morning. NEW Norfolk’s big new Williams Mitre 10 store had a low-key opening this morning but customers had no trouble making the switch from the old store in High St to the new premises in Charles

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Trade centre now open

The Stephen St end of the new Mitre 10 store houses timberand building supplies and is now open for business. THE timber and building supplies section of New Norfolk’s new Mitre 10 store has had a quiet opening while work continues on the hardware section of the new building. Temporarily

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Cherry grower gets cyber-smart

QR codes will help overseas customers to be certain theirTasmanian cherries are the real deal. LOCAL cherry grower Reid Fruits at Plenty has gone high-tech in the effort to beat international counterfeiters who are passing off inferior fruit as Tasmanian-grown cherries. Following repeated reports of fake “Reid Fruits” cherries being

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