Wade Gleeson covers the New Norfolk Junior Football Club annual Ball and Best & Fairest
Ouse GP solution close
Negotiations to find a GP service to keep the Ouse practice open are ongoing, but authorities are optimistic of a good outcome
Xmas takes a hit – Parade fails to go ahead again
New Norfolk’s popular Christmas Parade has been cancelled for a second year in a row due to the difficulties surrounding Covid restrictions, but the Lions Club of New Norfolk will be ploughing on!
Threatened tree unique to township: Fight to save rare gum
A group of Derwent Valley locals is battling to ensure the survival of a tree species that is unique to an area near the tiny Central Highlands township of Miena.
Bridge right on track
A Parliamentary committee has given the green light to the proposed new Bridgewater Bridge, despite concerns about a lack of rail access.
Party time for Eagles
The New Norfolk District Football Club wound up season 2021 with their club Best and Fairest Count and awards evening at the Valley Sports Bar recently.
Council welcomes Corumbene development
Incoming and outgoing CEOs of Corumbene met the Derwent Valley Mayor and Deputy Mayor last week to explore their vision for the Derwent Valley Health and Wellbeing Club.
Unlocked but masked: Push on to lift Covid vaccine rates
Mask wearing outside of the home is compulsory until Friday as a result of a Covid-19 positive scare in Hobart and the northern suburbs.
EXCLUSIVE: Labor backs Bill
EXCLUSIVE: The Tasmanian Labor Party is preparing to backflip in its opposition to the Government’s workplace protest law.
White leaps aboard tourism train push
A train ride from New Norfolk to Mt Field National Park could once again become a reality as Rebecca White visited the Derwent Valley Railway