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Royal pride at Snug Fire Brigade

Royal pride at Snug Fire Brigade

Snug Volunteer Fire Brigade were recently presented with a plaque of appreciation from Buckingham Palace after forming a connection with HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.Snug Volunteer Fire Brigade Life Member David Archer and Snug Volunteer Fire Fighter Stephenie Wigg have complied the following story for the community.Just four weeks after the 1967 bushfires that devastated the Snug...
Back to Woodbridge Weekend in August

Back to Woodbridge Weekend in August

The Woodbridge Life 2022 celebratory program continues in August with a weekend of activities on August 13 and 14, inviting people to explore Woodbridge’s past and present. Committee Chair Graham Rae is inviting people to browse the town, where several well-known village landmarks have a Woodbridge story or two to tell.The landmarks will be open from 10am to 4pm.At the Hall, a Stories of...
Blues fall to Waratah

Blues fall to Waratah

The First National Kingston Blues played Cripps Waratah in the RACTI Opens Elimination Final at the Hobart Netball & Sports Centre on Saturday, July 23. In a tough game, the Blues lost 48 to 56. Pictured Kingston Blues player, Lucy Bosker. (PS Carolyn Whitehouse)
A big thank you

A big thank you

  A special celebration was held to mark the tenth anniversary of the Kingborough Volunteer Program on Thursday, July 21. Volunteers and recipient clients of the Kingborough Council funded program were invited to share in the occasion, which included formal speeches, piano music, and refreshments at the Kingborough Community Hub.The Volunteer Program has been coordinated by Trish Jay...
 Jireh House winter appeal

Jireh House winter appeal

The Kingborough community has collectively given generously to the Jireh House winter appeal to assist the 24-hour crisis accommodation service withsupport for women and children in need. Minister for Community Services and Development and Member for Franklin, Nic Street MP said the support hasbeen heart-warming and will “provide real, tangible assistance to the 90 women and 120 children who...
Sporting common ground

Sporting common ground

Local sporting clubs, including cricket, soccer, football and little athletics, are planning to meet at the Kettering Club on July 27 to consider Kingborough Council’s new policy to charge clubs, on an hourly basis, for the use of sporting grounds in the municipality. A workshop has been organised among local sporting club members to find common ground and a workable solution to put to Council...

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