Shoppers by the Shiploads at shop’s sneak peek

Staff prepare to open the doors of the New Norfolk Shiploads. SHOPPERS flocked to the new Shiploads store in New Norfolk this afternoon for a sneak peek ahead of its official opening at 9am tomorrow (Thursday). More than a year in the making and after many months of renovations to

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Peek inside the new Shiploads store

The old Woolworths supermarket has been boarded up for three years. DISCOUNT retailer Shiploads has published a sneak peek showing the redevelopment work inside the former supermarket that is being converted to become its New Norfolk store. A video posted on the Shiploads New Norfolk Facebook page has provided a glimpse behind

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Jobs by the Shipload

DISCOUNT retailer Shiploads has started recruiting staff for its soon-to-be opening New Norfolk branch. With builders finally at work in the old Woolworths supermarket in Charles St to convert it into three tenancies, lead tenant Shiploads has this week advertised for staff. The Shiploads New Norfolk Facebook page says the

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Council and chemists to help against meingococcal

THE Derwent Valley Council will join the campaign against the outbreak of meningococcal disease in southern Tasmania. The council has announced it will work with the Department of Health and Human Services to provide the community with vaccines against meningococcal strains A, C, W and Y (given as one vaccine).

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Willow Court monthly tours approved

MONTHLY tours of the council-owned section of the Willow Court historic site could start as soon as September following a near-unanimous decision of the Derwent Valley Council tonight. In the same week as it was announced that the site had been refused entry on the National Heritage List, the council

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Blair St shop’s 21st century smile

The new-look interior of the Blair Street Store and Takeaway. THE Blair Street Store and Takeaway has re-opened after a two-week refurbishment and looks to have been doing a roaring trade following the introduction of Rosie’s Chicken as an add-on business. A Blair St fixture for more than 60 years,

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Shopkeeper’s message hidden

The covered windows at 55 High St on Saturday. POSTERS in the windows of the former Yeah Yeah Clothing shop in High St were covered with plastic sheeting for the duration of the local street market on Saturday. Translucent blue plastic sheets were taped to the shop windows for much

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Shopkeeper’s parting shot

The posters in the windows at 55 High St.  THE operator of Yeah Yeah Clothing has closed her High St shop and will operate as a purely online business in future. The locally owned business at 55 High St is believed to have closed yesterday. A series of posters on

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Shiploads aiming to dock in New Norfolk by June

DISCOUNT retailer Shiploads has confirmed that it has a new store under development at New Norfolk. Managing director Ashley Wilson said the business was working with a local developer to remodel the old Woolworths supermarket at 17-21 Charles St to house a full-range Shiploads along with two other tenancies. “Depending

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Government boost for Maydena Bike Park

JUST days ahead of the opening of the Maydena Bike Park next week, the State Government has provided funding for the second stage of the development. Environment and Parks Minister Elise Archer yesterday said 11 projects had been approved for funding under the  government’s Cycle Tourism Strategy. “This includes $800,000

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Three shops proposed for old supermarket site

A DEVELOPMENT application has been lodged with the Derwent Valley Council for the conversion of the old New Norfolk Woolworths supermarket into three smaller shops. Acting on behalf of SFO Property Pty Ltd, architects Michael Cooper and Associates have applied for a partial demolition, extensions and alterations, partial change of

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Two new businesses open for Christmas

Aaron Unsworth-Hall behind the counterat Value Plus Fairview. TWO new businesses have opened at New Norfolk this week, providing local residents and visitors with a new variety store and a new place to eat. The long-closed Fairview supermarket at 41-45 Benjamin Terrace has re-opened as the Value Plus variety store,

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