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Responsibility for election comment is taken by the Editor/Publisher, Damian Bester, 4 Richmond St, New Norfolk TAS 7140.
ABOUT 70 people attended yesterday’s Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Maydena RSL following a short street march along Kallista Rd. The Maydena RSL Club was particularly pleased with the participation of a number of children. Kayden Cunningham served as the flag bearer and leader of the march and his
ANZAC Day will return to its pre-pandemic format at New Norfolk with the reinstatement of public parades at Monday’s Dawn Service and the later Civic Service. While participants and the general public will continue to be encouraged to observe physical distancing and other Covid-Safe precautions, it will otherwise be a
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
A LOCAL ex-servicewoman dressed in the uniform of the famous Australian Light Horse was an unexpected highlight of New Norfolk’s main Anzac Day service yesterday. A last-minute addition to the program, Kristie Carmichael and her horse Sonny led the short march by veterans at the start of the service. While
ANZAC Day Dawn Services have been held this morning at New Norfolk, Gretna and Fentonbury, with 11am services to follow at New Norfolk, Bushy Park, Hamilton and Bothwell. At New Norfolk, parade marshal Dale Britten led about 20 local veterans on the short march from the RSL Club to the
IGNORE what you’ve been seeing on social media – here’s what you need to know about Anzac Day in the Derwent Valley and Central Highlands this Sunday. Yes, it is on. No, you don’t need a ticket. Yes, you might need to sign in under the coronavirus precautions. Yes, veterans