Thursday, 22 August 2019
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Landcare celebrates 25 years

Landcare celebrates 25 years

Landcare Tasmania and Kingborough Council invite everyone to get their hands dirty at a community planting event on Sunday, July 28. The event will celebrate Landcare Tasmania’s 25th birthday and National Tree Day for 2019. This year the group will be planting a native corridor, which will connect Nautilus Drive in Huntingfield with the Peter Murrell Reserve. The event starts at 10.30am and...
Choice Award for Cyber Hair

Choice Award for Cyber Hair

Cyber Hair was recently recognised at the 2019 Employer of Choice Awards held Thursday, June 27.Among 13 other Tasmanian businesses awarded the Employer of Choice Award on the evening, Cyber Hair’s workplace was recognised as a Tasmanian organisation that demonstrate contemporary workplace practices and outstanding support for their staff.An Employer of Choice is a workplace with a reputation...
Woodbridge lanterns light up

Woodbridge lanterns light up

West Winds Community Centre organised a Lantern Parade Saturday evening, June 22 in Woodbridge. Starting at the entrance to Silverwater Park at 5.30pm, families gathered with their lanterns, some made from the recent Lantern Making Workshops also held at West Winds. Freya, Billie and Lola enjoyed the night which included a bonfire lighting ceremony, fire twirlers, sausage sizzle, soups, hot...
Kingborough welcomes new Citizens

Kingborough welcomes new Citizens

Kingborough’s newest citizens were welcomed on Friday, June 21 by Liberal Senator, Eric Abetz, Labor Senator, Catryna Bilyk, Franklin Liberal MP, Jacquie Petrusma, Labor Federal MP, Julie Collins, Franklin Labor MP, David O’Bynre and Franklin Greens MP, Rosalie Woodruff in a ceremony presided over by Mayor of Kingborough, Cr Dean Winter and Kingborough Councillors. In one of Kingborough’s...
Tigers thrash Clarence by 55 points

Tigers thrash Clarence by 55 points

The Tigers FC grab another four points, winning against Clarence at Blundstone Arena, Saturday, June 22. The Tigers burst into the first quarter kicking six unanswered goals, dominating Clarence every quarter to win 15.8. 98 to 6.7. 43. Jarryd Drew was named one of the Tigers best in the 55 point win. (PS Carolyn Whitehouse)  
Mud, mud, glorious mud

Mud, mud, glorious mud

Adventure Patch are holding their first International Mud Day on the Sunday, June 30, where children can enjoy the fun and benefits of mud. Sam 4, Nora 2, Noah 3, Isaac 2 and Zoe 2 in front, had a wonderful time playing outside in the mud, learning together and having fun. More photos on Page 3 of this weeks Kingborough Chronicle. (PS)   Can you remember your own childhood memories...

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