House fire closed Boyer Rd

PART of Boyer Rd was closed  earlier today due to a house fire at Dromedary. Acting Sergeant Scott McKenzie of Tasmania Police said no-one had been injured in the fire, which was reported around 1pm. Boyer Rd was blocked for about 90 minutes while firefighters brought the blaze under control.

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Derwent Valley roadworks

ROADWORKS will cause delays on some roads in the Derwent Valley this week. Boyer Rd, between Dromedary and New Norfolk, pavement retexturing. Reduced speed limit with frequent lane closures between 7am and 4pm on October 29. Lake Dobson Rd, from Mt Field National Park to Lake Dobson, unsealed pavement repairs.

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Lyell Highway roadworks

THREE sections of the Lyell Highway will be subject to maintenance work causing occasional delays this week. Lyell Hwy, 4km north of the junction with Gordon River Rd: Resurfacing preparations. Reduced speed limit with frequent lane closures between 9am and 3.30pm on September 30. Lyell Hwy, Rocks Rd (Granton/Bridgewater-New Norfolk):

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Gordon River roadworks continue

ROADWORKS continue this week on Gordon River Rd near National Park. Pavement maintenance may result in occasional delays between 7am and 4pm until Friday this week. A reduced speed limit will apply.

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Gordon River roadworks

MAINTENANCE works on Gordon River Rd near National Park may result in delays of up to 15 minutes between 7am and 4pm until Friday this week. A reduced speed limit will apply and there will be occasional lane closures.

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Wednesday: take care on the roads

Bureau of MeteorologyTasmania Road Weather Alert for Tasmaniafor the Upper Derwent Valley, North West Coast, Central North, North East, Western, Central Plateau, Midlands, East Coast and South East forecast districts Issued at 10.06pm on Tuesday 18 August 2015. Icy roads will make driving conditions dangerous during Wednesday in parts of

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Monday: Road and school warnings

FROM Tasmania Police: Monday, 17 August 2015 – 8.04am. Local Roads Closed Collinsvale Rd, Collinsvale Local Roads Effected by Snow Black Hills Rd, Black Hills Check the Tasmania Police Community Alerts page for updated road closures. FROM the Education Department: Monday, 17 August 2015 – 7.45am. The following local schools are

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Road to the snow reopens

A snowboard at the ready at Mt Mawson this morning. THE road to the snow at Mt Field National Park is open again after being closed for most of the week to allow for snow, ice and tree-fall damage to be repaired. The Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service reports that

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Going to Mt Field this weekend?

Image from the Mt Mawson snowcam around midday today. THE Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife service reports that snow and tree clearing has continued up the Lake Dobson Rd at Mt Field today, but the road will remain closed tonight. Advice from road maintenance crews is that the road is planned

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Road closures

 UPDATE: Collinsvale Primary School now open  Thursday, 6 August 2015 – 7:10 am Despite slightly milder conditions than yesterday, police say motorists should still use extreme care when travelling today, as many roads are covered with black ice. Collinsvale Primary School remains closed.  Closed Gordon River Rd from Maydena to

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Magical Maydena

The upper Derwent Valley town of Maydena was isolated by road closures formuch of today, which meant the locals had some magical views all for themselves,as shown by this photo by Jacky van Beukering looking down Junee Rd.

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Road and school closures

TODAY’S heavier than usual snowfall has closed schools and roads throughout the state including some in the Derwent Valley. As of 10.37am:Collinsvale Rd and Glenlusk Rd from Berriedale closedLyell Hwy from Ouse closedGordon River Rd, Westerway, closed Lake Dobson Rd closedLyell Hwy between Wayatinah and Queenstown closedMarlborough Rd closedLake Secondary

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