Politics

Liberals name their Federal candidate for Lyons

MEANDER Valley Councillor Susie Bower has been endorsed to contest the seat of Lyons for the Liberal Party at the next Federal Election. Liberal Party state president Rod Scurrah said Ms Bower had a strong record of standing up for regional Tasmania. “Susie has an extensive background in local government,

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Sport

Two wins and two losses for the Eagles

ROUND seven of the Southern Football League saw New Norfolk’s men’s teams travel to Dodges Ferry today to meet the home side at Shark Park, resulting in wins for the Eagles reserves and colts, and a loss for the senior side. The women’s team met Hutchins at Queenborough Oval, which

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Events

Volunteers Week Friday night get-together

THE Lions Club of New Norfolk is celebrating National Volunteer Week by inviting members of local voluntary organisations to attend an informal get-together tomorrow (Friday) night. Anyone interested in attending is asked to let the organisers know by 10am on the day, for catering purposes. The invitation is open to

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Sport

Tough day for women’s football team

AFTER a long day at Boyer Oval the week before, when four games were played, it was a much shorter day last Saturday with just the women’s game to keep the New Norfolk District Football Club volunteers occupied. A good crowd turned out in cold but fine conditions, to see

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New Norfolk golf results – May 5-15

Saturday 15/5/2021 Windsor Family stableford – A Grade: G. Smith 34 c/b, T. Lowe 34 c/b, W. Harris 34; B Grade: M. Wodhams 33 c/b, A. Watts 33, P. Foster 32; C Grade: K. Clark 36 c/b, J. Cox 36, A. Hepburn 35; NTP: 3rd D. Post, 6/15th A. Watts,

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Road weather warning

Road Weather Alert for the Upper Derwent Valley, Western and Central Plateau forecast districts Issued at 3:50pm on Saturday 15 May 2021. Snow covered roads above 600 metres will make driving conditions potentially dangerous during Saturday evening in parts of the Western, Central Plateau and Upper Derwent Valley forecast districts.

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News

Remembering the fallen of Fentonbury

FENTONBURY doesn’t have much left in the way of town services. The school, post office, petrol station, shop and other facilities are long gone, and the nearest polling place for this month’s election was at Westerway. What Fentonbury does have is community spirit, civic pride and a sense of its

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Sport

St Virgils victorious over New Norfolk

St Virgil’s Women 2.2 4.4 7.10 8.13 (61)New Norfolk Women 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Best – New Norfolk: K. Boxall, S. Farrow , G. Kube, J. Skelly, M. Tomkinson, M. Temple;St Virgil’s: F. Langford, T. Stubbs, M. Debeljakovic, S. Burridge, C. Pearce.Goals – St Virgil’s: S. Burridge 4, F.

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Road weather alert

Road Weather Alert for the Upper Derwent Valley, Western and Central Plateau forecast districts. Issued at 3:40pm on Friday 14 May 2021. Snow covered roads above 500 metres will make driving conditions dangerous during Friday and Saturday in parts of the Western, Central Plateau and Upper Derwent Valley forecast districts.

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Sport

Eagles bounce back

IT was a big day at Boyer Oval last Saturday with four games of football played. The New Norfolk District Football Club men’s teams hosted the Lindisfarne Two Blues and the women hosted Claremont White in their first home game of the season. The day started in relatively good conditions

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Thieves repeatedly hit New Norfolk Golf Club

THE New Norfolk Golf Club is hoping that the community can provide information to assist with identifying the people responsible for unsolved crimes. In particular, the club has experienced a number of break-ins at its machinery shed in recent months. Items that have been stolen include a number of brush-cutters,

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Severe frost warning for Wednesday

Frost Warning for the Upper Derwent Valley, Central North, Midlands and South East forecast districts Issued at 10:20 am on Tuesday 11 May 2021. Severe frosts with temperatures down to -4 degrees which can cause significant crop damage are forecast for Wednesday morning in parts of the Upper Derwent Valley

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