Baskerville Raceway played host to one of the biggest events on its calendar over the weekend, with the Baskerville Historics returning for the first time since 2019
Deputy Mayor’s bid to fly Aboriginal flag
The Derwent Valley Council should undertake consultation with the local Aboriginal community and broader members of the region to develop a recognition strategy, Deputy Mayor Jessica Cosgrove has proposed.
Wayne Walker reports of the weekends final footy games.
Dam row cools
Negotiations between Hydro Tasmania and Derwent Valley farmers over timing and compensation surrounding the lowering of Meadowbank Lake are seemingly close to an end
Vax veto shuts clinic
Residents of the Central Highlands could be made to travel more than 100kms to visit a doctor or pharmacist after the Central Highlands General Practice in Ouse announced it will close next month.
Labor backs rail revival
The Derwent Valley Rail could be operating again as soon as early next year after the Government confirmed it would table a corridor notice soon.
Successful year for junior soccer
Janine White thanks everyone involved in the Junior Trophy Day
Department steps back from dam row
The Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment has refused to be involved in a row between Hydro Tasmania and irrigators who use water from Meadowbank Lake.
Hub boosts job search
Derwent Valley and Central Highland job seekers and local employers seeking job candidates will soon be able to access the South Central Jobs Tasmania Hub at Brighton.
Riders in the pink for charity
The Southern Tasmanian Quarter Horse Association held their Pink “B” Show in Pontville over the weekend, with proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.