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“Batmen” Steven Sher and Fergal Murphy arriving in their 2016 Lotus Exige. Targa crews and onlookers during the lunch break at New Norfolk. Classic Holdens and Fords were on show. Cars on display in the paddock in front of the sports centre. A quick tidy-up for the 2002 Ford Falcon Pursuit 250
Classic Holdens and Fords were among the many cars on showwhen Targa Tasmania had its Day 5 lunchbreak at New Norfolk. ABOUT 300 cars participating in this year’s Targa Tasmania had a lunchtime stop at New Norfolk yesterday but there were few people there to see them at the Derwent
Click image to enlarge. DAY 5 of the 28th annual Targa Tasmania will see the fleet make its way from the West Coast this morning, passing through the Derwent Valley with competitive stages at Tarraleah and Molesworth, and a lunch break at New Norfolk. Targa Tasmania is described as the
Click image to enlarge. THERE has been a change to the road closures associated with the running of a competitive stage of Targa Tasmania at Molesworth today. Day 5 of the 28th running of the annual tarmac rally will see the fleet make its way from the West Coast this
A serving member of the Royal AustralianNavy took part in the 11am service inNew Norfolk today. A ROUND of applause greeted participants in today’s Anzac Day parade in New Norfolk. Following a successful Dawn Service, a big crowd turned out for the main march and service at 11am. The Derwent
The sceme at the New Norfolk Dawn Service this morning. LAST night’s blustery conditions had largely fallen away by the time today’s Anzac Day Dawn Service got under way. Organised by the New Norfolk RSL Sub-Branch and the Derwent Valley Council, the Dawn Service once again attracted a crowd of
Bushy Park War Memorial Swimming Pool committeemembers and Loyal Glenora Lodge members spentyesterday morning preparing the venue for tomorrow’sAnzac Day service. ANZAC DAY 2019Program for the Derwent ValleyNEW NORFOLK5.45am: Assemble at the RSL Club, George St, for march to the Cenotaph.6am: Dawn service at the Cenotaph, Circle St, followed by
The New Norfolk Cenotaph afterlast year’s Dawn Service. ANZAC DAY 2019Program for the Derwent Valley NEW NORFOLK5.45am: Assemble at the RSL Club, George St, for march to the Cenotaph.6am: Dawn service at the Cenotaph, Circle St, followed by $5 breakfast at RSL.9.30am: Special service at Corumbene Home.10.30am: Assemble at Arthur
Part of the crowd at Arthur Square on Good Friday. YESTERDAY’S open-air Good Friday service at New Norfolk’s Arthur Square has been described as a great success. Parishioners of local churches and members of the public heard from several speakers and sang songs with music provided by two guitarists. Held
MEMBERS of several local churches will converge on New Norfolk’s Arthur Square tomorrow morning for a combined Good Friday service which will be open to the community. Reverend Celia Hooker said the churches would be holding their regular Good Friday services earlier in the morning, and would then move to
SEVERAL local organisations have teamed up to offer a program of school holiday activities next week. This year’s Term 1 holiday period will coincide with coincide with the Easter break. The activities being offered next week by the Derwent Valley Salvation Army, Derwent Valley Police and Community Youth Club and