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New Norfolk golf results – July 16-27

Wednesday 27/7/2022 Stableford – 18 hole: R. Hoare 38, M. Smith 37, G. Smith 36 c/b; Birdie draw: T. Morgan; 9 hole: G. smith 22 c/b, M. Smith 22, L. Triffitt 21 c/b; Birdie draw: L. Triffitt; Superpin: D. Tubb. Saturday 23/7/2022 R.E. Clark & Sons Stableford – A Grade:

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Health

Walk-in vaccination clinic at New Norfolk on Saturday

ANOTHER pop-up vaccination clinic will be held in the Community Health Centre downstairs at the New Norfolk District Hospital this Saturday, July 30. Access is via the lower-ground floor entry. Free ‘flu vaccinations are available for everyone aged six months and over, and COVID-19 vaccine is available for everyone aged

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New Norfolk v Dodges Ferry

| COLTS: New Norfolk 17.7 (109) d Dodges Ferry 5.1 (31)| RESERVES: Dodges Ferry 14.13 (97) d New Norfolk 6.3 (39) | SENIORS: Dodges Ferry 15.10 (100) d New Norfolk 7.12 (54) | SENIOR WOMEN: Bye.

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Business

Fairview supermarket seeking help after burglary

THE owners of the New Norfolk IGA Xpress Supermarket are seeking help to identify the people responsible for burgling the business yesterday. The business is located on Benjamin Terrace at Fairview and video of the incident can be seen on its Facebook page. One of the people involved was wearing

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People

Milestone games for veteran Eagles

TWO veterans of the New Norfolk District Football Club played milestone games last weekend. Rohan Heron played his 250th senior game and Ben Lovell played his 200th senior game in the clash with the Lions at Huonville. Rohan Heron played his first senior game in 2005 and since his debut

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Sport

Eagles feel Lions’ roar at Huonville

Senior Report – Wayne Walker | LAST Saturday was an afternoon the Eagles would prefer to forget. After the long trip down the Huon Highway to the Huonville Lions’ den, the home side showed it could still have a big say at the business end of the season by trouncing

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Warning to motorists as road weather warning continues

POLICE advise all motorists intending to use elevated roads during the evening to consider an alternate route or use with caution. Roads at elevations over over 300 metres throughout the state may be subject to ice and snow overnight. Conditions may deteriorate rapidly. Icy roads will make driving conditions dangerous

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Sunset sparks a short-lived purple patch

RUG up readers, it’s going to be a cold one in the Derwent Valley tonight. Clear skies provided an amazing sunset over New Norfolk earlier tonight, but the purple patch was short-lived and temperatures are now making their way down to some of this winter’s coldest so far. Temperatures at

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Warning for snow and ice on the roads

Road Weather Alert for the Upper Derwent Valley, North West Coast, Central North, North East, Western, Central Plateau, Midlands, East Coast and South East forecast districts Issued at 4:03pm on Monday 18 July 2022. Snow covered roads above approximately 300 metres may make driving conditions dangerous during Monday about parts of

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Take care in the frosty road conditions this week

WITH ice and snow predicted on many of the state’s roads for the rest of this week, Tasmania Police have offered the following tips to help stay safe on the roads. Drive at a speed that feels safe and allows plenty of time to stop quickly and safely. Be aware

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Community waiting for answers and a new doctor

MORE than 1000 upper Derwent Valley residents have been without a doctor since Easter, a community meeting heard earlier today. Meeting organiser Anne Donaghy said the sudden closure of the GP clinic at Ouse three months ago had deprived the wider area of access to health services. About 100 people

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Sheep graziers’ warning

Warning to Sheep Graziers for the Upper Derwent Valley, Midlands, East Coast, Upper Derwent Valley and South East forecast districts Issued at 4:45pm on Sunday 17 July 2022. Sheep graziers are warned that cold temperatures, showers and northwest to southwesterly winds are expected during Sunday and Monday. Sunday evening and into

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