WHILE many families were taking a leisurely break and enjoying the festivities of Australia Day, athletes from the East Derwent Little Athletic Centre were participating in a relayathon – running laps of Weily Park, in fact 679 laps in total. This was in addition to their normal little athletics meet which saw many athletes competing in a 1500m, 100m and hurdle races. Continue reading “Little athletics raises more than just a sweat”
BRIGHTON Council held its annual volunteers civic reception on Australia Day this year with the reception held at the Brighton Civic Centre and attended by in excess of 150 invited guests. Continue reading “Brighton’s Australia Day awards recognise community achievement”
By TONY FOSTER
Mayor of Brighton
WHILE I have seen some of you in past months, this is the first time that I can formally wish you all a Happy New Year. As we start 2010, I thought I would update you on our continuing work in developing Brighton’s business expertise that is providing great benefits for our community.
THE Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources (DIER) is constructing a new roundabout at the Gage Road junction with a new connector road to Lamprill Circle junction. The Lamprill Circle junction will be modified to prevent right turn movements onto the East Derwent Highway. Continue reading “Work starts on Gage Road roundabout”