Sunday, 15 December 2019
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What Dogs Can Do event

What Dogs Can Do event

Around 40 per cent of homes in Kingborough have a dog, and owners love to walk and socialise with their canine friends, so the upcoming community event What Dogs Can Do is a great way to investigate more opportunities to do just that. The Kingborough Dog Walking Association (KWDA) are kick-starting a program of awareness and inspiration for owners to realise how important training is and what...
Opening night for the Hub

Opening night for the Hub

The Kingborough community is invited to the opening of the new Kingborough Community Hub by the council at Kingston Park from 5pm on Friday, March 29. The official opening and speeches with Senator Eric Abetz and the Mayor of Kingborough, Cr Dean Winter will start at 5pm. Following this, guests will have an opportunity to explore the Hub whilst listening to local musicians perform from...
Upgraded sewage treatment plant

Upgraded sewage treatment plant

TasWater’s $50 million upgrade of the sewage treatment plant at Blackmans Bay has reached a major milestone with flows from the old plant now cut-over to the new facilities. The new Intermittent Decant Extended Aeration (IDEA) treatment process has the capacity to treat sewage from up to 40,000 households, nearly double what the old plant could manage. TasWater CEO Michael Brewster said this...
Snug Scout Regatta

Snug Scout Regatta

Snug last weekend was inundated scouts who attended the 56th Scout/Guide Regatta with nearly a thousand participants from as close as North West Bay and as far away as Smithton.  There were 2500 individual and/or team entries for the activities over the three days.The regatta provides an opportunity to engage in a variety of activities not usually available under expert...
Gypsy jazz at Woodbridge

Gypsy jazz at Woodbridge

Django’s Tiger are an exciting group of young musicians who performed at West Winds Community Centre in Woodbridge last year. They were sensational, so West Winds decided that they had to have them back to start off the jazz afternoons for 2019.Djangos Tiger is not a cover band, they are immersed in the style and character of the music of Reinhardt and Grappelli, but they make it their own and...
Is the tide finally turning?

Is the tide finally turning?

The residents and beach-goers of the Kingborough community have become increasingly frustrated as another summer ends, and the prospects of having safe local beaches to swim at next summer remains uncertain.Blackmans Bay Beach south has been off limits for swimmers for the entire 2018-19 summer, due to high levels of contamination after testing over the past few months, receiving a red colour...

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