To date (January 12th), four people have announced their intention, two current councillors, a former councillor and a local arts community identity.
Horses and riders took to the Hamilton Showground earlier in the month for Campdrafting Tasmania’s Christmas event.
With Tasmania’s borders reopened and new Covid infections detected in the North and South, mask wearing has now been mandated for all indoor settings except when at home.
After years of planning, lobbying authorities, volunteering, fund raising and dreaming, the Derwent Valley Railway is set to roll again with the lease to operate on the heritage rail signed last Friday.
The Derwent Valley Gazette wishes all its readers and advertisers a very happy and safe Christmas and New Year!
Corumbene Care recently opened the second and third stages of “The Village” in the sunshine and in front of a crowd of happy residents
A former Derwent Valley councillor who quit after an online campaign against her has called for urgent action to stop social media bullying of local government representatives.
The tender for the Bridgewater Bridge has been announced!
The Derwent Valley is now on Stage One water restrictions for the rest of summer, the restrictions are designed to reduce non-essential water use by 20 per cent.
The Lions Club of New Norfolk brought the festive cheer to the Valley last Friday, hosting their Carols in the Park at the Esplanade.