THREE joint ventures have tendered for the $243-million Brighton Bypass and Transport Hub when tenders closed recently.
Minister for Infrastructure, Graeme Sturges, said the projects were vital components of joint Tasmanian-Australian Government plans to upgrade the northern approaches to Hobart.
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BRIDGEWATER/Brighton Learning Federation manager Andrew Bennett certainly has his work cut out.
Just a month into his new job of overseeing the recommendations of the Bridgewater and Southern Midlands Educational Renewal Taskforce [BASMERT] taskforce, Andrew has established some key priorities for ensuring that the revolutionary educational concept becomes reality, sooner rather than later.
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By GRAEME TODD*
ONE of the most challenging roles for local government councillors involves making decisions on planning applications for the use and or development of land.
Most people would be aware that under the Local Government Act the main functions of elected councillors are to represent the community, to act in the best interests of the community and to undertake duties and responsibilities as authorised by council.
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BRIGHTON Agricultural Society’s first truck and ute competition, in conjunction with a music show, will be held at the Pontville Recreation Ground on Sunday, March 8. As well as competition classes for all types of trucks and utes, there will be a wide range of vehicles and machinery on display. Food and refreshments will also be available. The Brighton Football Club will have its facilities open for those wanting some liquid refreshments with profits used in the community.
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