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Five final questions for the council election candidates

IN the lead-up to this month’s local government elections, New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News put 15 questions to all 18 candidates seeking election to the Derwent Valley Council. The questions cover a broad range of topics based on questions and comments received from readers. Candidates were also invited to submit a

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VIDEO: Meet the council election candidates

THERE was a good turnout for last Saturday’s council election candidate forum at The Valley Sports Bar in New Norfolk. Sixteen of the 18 candidates for the Derwent Valley Council took part. Master of ceremonies Steve Balmforth and timekeeper Pat Murray kept the proceedings flowing and batted away any inflammatory

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Four more questions for the council election candidates

IN the lead-up to this month’s local government elections, New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News put 15 questions to all 18 candidates seeking election to the Derwent Valley Council. The questions cover a broad range of topics based on questions and comments received from readers. Candidates were also invited to

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Six questions for the council candidates

IN the lead-up to this month’s local government elections, New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News put 15 questions to all 18 candidates seeking election to the Derwent Valley Council. The questions cover a broad range of topics based on questions and comments received from readers. Candidates were also invited to

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Meet the candidates on Saturday

MOST of the candidates in the Derwent Valley Council election will take part in a “meet the candidates” session in the function room at The Valley Sports Bar in New Norfolk tomorrow (Saturday). Organiser Steve Balmforth said the event would provide an opportunity for those interested to hear a two-minute

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Candidate statement: Deb Carnes

WITH about a week until the postal ballots start arriving for this year’s local government elections, Derwent Valley Council candidate Deb Carnes is the latest to provide a statement for publication by New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News. “Fifteen years ago I moved to the Derwent Valley and feel fortunate

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Candidate statement: James Graham

COUNCILLOR James Graham was elected to Derwent Valley Council by recount late last year and is hoping to be returned for a full term in next month’s council elections. Cr Graham has provided the following statement for publication. “For a point of difference in this next local government election please

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Candidate statement: Jessica Cosgrove

JESSICA Cosgrove has been deputy mayor of the Derwent Valley Council and is hoping to be returned in that position in next month’s local government elections. She has provided the following statement for publication. “I have lived in the Derwent Valley my entire life, I’m currently your deputy mayor, I

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Candidate statement: Peter Binny

FORMER deputy mayor Peter Binny is seeking election as councillor and mayor of the Derwent Valley Council. Mr Binny lives at Granton and has provided the following statement for publication. “For those of you who don’t know me, I care passionately about the needs of people who live in the

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Eighteen seeking election to Derwent Valley Council

EIGHTEEN candidates are seeking to fill the eight positions around the Derwent Valley Council table in next month’s local government elections. Three of those candidates are also hoping to be elected mayor of the council and six have nominated to be deputy mayor. In today’s official announcement of candidates by

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Candidate statement: Brett Maryniak

ANOTHER candidate has announced their intention to stand for election to the Derwent Valley Council. Brett Maryniak, of New Norfolk, will seek a position as councillor and has provided the following statement for publication. “I understand the challenges and opportunities facing our region. We need sustainable growth complemented by appropriate

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Candidate statement: Heather Chaplin

THE latest candidate to announce their intention to seek election to the Derwent Valley Council is the first from the upper Derwent Valley and the first with political party endorsement. Heather Chaplin, of Westerway, is standing for the position of councillor and has provided the following statement for publication. “I

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