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Eagles outclassed by Cygnet in SFL season opener

By WAYNE WALKERTHE New Norfolk Eagles took a long trip down the Southern Outlet on Saturday, faced with the tough task of taking on last year’s reigning SFL premier Cygnet in the 2024 season opener. The early signs were positive for the home team as they controlled the ball, finding

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Mayor decries highland council ‘collusion and corruption’

MAYOR Loueen Triffitt took no prisoners during a speech at the start of yesterday’s special closed meeting of the Central Highlands Council at Bothwell, claiming “corruption and collusion” between councillors, the general manager and a guest at the meeting. The meeting had been called at the request of the other

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Today’s scores from Cygnet: SFL Round 1

TODAY’S scores from the Cygnet Oval in the Huon Valley, where New Norfolk is playing Cygnet. | SENIORS: Cygnet 19.18 (132) d New Norfolk 4.4 (28) | RESERVES: Cygnet 12.18 (90) d New Norfolk 4.5 (29) | WOMEN: New Norfolk 16.8 (104) d Port 2.2 (14) See more Derwent Valley

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Crash closes Molesworth Rd

5.50PM UPDATE: The crash site on Molesworth Rd has now been cleared and the road has reopened. 4.45PM UPDATE: Police report that tow trucks are on their way and Molesworth Rd is expected to reopen shortly. They thank motorists for their patience. EARLIER: Police and other emergency services are responding

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Police

Crash takes out Lachlan power supply

LACHLAN residents are likely to be without power for most of today following a crash on Lachlan Rd this morning (Wednesday). At about 9.30am police advised that the road was blocked near 190 Lachlan Rd where a truck had hit a power pole. The road has since reopened. Emergency services

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Police

Youth charged over crime spree

NEW Norfolk Police have charged a 17-year-old in relation to an crime spree involving 30 alleged offences. The youth was arrested yesterday (Tuesday) in relation to offences committed in New Norfolk, Bridgewater, Moonah and New Town in the last week. The youth was charged with three counts of aggravated burglary,

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News

Bigg announces tilt at Legislative Council seat

THE Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party has named New Norfolk man Phillip Bigg as its candidate for the seat of Prosser in next month’s Legislative Council election. Mr Bigg was a candidate for Lyons in last month’s state election and stood unsuccessfully for a seat on the Derwent Valley Council

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Business

Here’s news: free coffee at the Eagle Snack Bar

THE Eagle Snack Bar is one of New Norfolk’s longest-established food businesses and a foundation advertiser with New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News. Proudly serving local customers and the travelling public from its Hamilton Rd location since 1956, the Eagle is the latest business taking part in our reader rewards

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Norske Skog Trainee Operator Vacancies

ADVERTISEMENT: Norske Skog Trainee Operator Vacancies I Join our community and invest in your future.Norske Skog Boyer is committed to equal opportunity in employment and embracing diversity within its workplace. As part of our commitment these positions are targeted towards female applicants by exception under sections 25 and 26 of

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Events

Fun at the New Norfolk Easter market

CELEBRATE Easter Saturday at the New Norfolk Market with a free Easter Egg Hunt, a visit from Easter Bunny, stalls, music, hot food, ice cream van and more this Saturday. The market runs from 8am to 2pm in High St and Charles St, New Norfolk. To enter the new-style Easter

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Community

Easter fishing tips from the Inland Fisheries Service

THE Inland Fisheries Services says the weather for Easter is looking great with light winds and sunny days forecast, so it will be a great time to wet a line before autumn really sets in. IFS officers have been out and about and recommend the following spots for some camping and

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Easter message and church services

I KNOW there are people who think Christianity is boring and uninteresting or they believe they have no need for God in their lives. Maybe it is because they haven’t really taken the time to try to understand or know about the man named Jesus. Maybe they think that all

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