Long-time Industrial Estate logistics company significantly expands its operations

ONE of the first industrial businesses to move to Brighton Industrial Estate, SRT Logistics, is expanding its operations in the State to accommodate its growing business.

SRT’s proposed new coolstore building and associated car parking facilities at the company’s existing Industrials Estate site was approved with some conditions, by Brighton Council at its September meeting. Continue reading “Long-time Industrial Estate logistics company significantly expands its operations”

Brighton’s women footballers take home grand final crown

THE Brighton Football Club Women’s team who participated in the Southern Football League Women’s (SFLW) competition for the first time, won this year’s grand final after going through the season undefeated.

The team, in its inaugural year was coached by Dylan Ford and captained by Zoie Crawford had a convincing win over Lindisfarne with final scores, Brighton: 12.10.82 d Lindisfarne 3.1.19.
Brighton Football Club Women grand final


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Municipality’s residents conferred citizenship

BRIGHTON Mayor Tony Foster has welcomed 10 new citizens at an Australian citizenship ceremony as part of Australian Citizenship Day 2019.

Australian Citizenship DayThe conferees from Brazil, United Kingdom, Britain, Seychelles, New Zealand, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam became Australian citizens as part of a special ceremony at the Council Offices, Old Beach.

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Federal Government confirms commitment to Bridgewater Bridge

TASMANIAN Senator Eric Abetz has reconfirmed the Federal Government’s commitment to the replacement of the Bridgewater Bridge.

Following statements by three southern mayors in recent weeks questioning the Bridge’s replacement  Senator Abetz said it the bridge was a major election commitment funded within both the Federal and State Budgets, and it would be delivered. Continue reading “Federal Government confirms commitment to Bridgewater Bridge”

Bridgewater Bridge replacement an imperative

 THE replacement of the Bridgewater Bridge is an imperative for Tasmania’s road and transport infrastructure, for the effective connection between the north and south of the State, as well as for the Brighton and surrounding community.

Writing in the Mercury newspaper, Brighton Mayor Tony Foster said while he could accept that the bridge replacement should not necessarily be included in the Hobart City Deal, the project was vital and should be implemented as a matter of high priority. Continue reading “Bridgewater Bridge replacement an imperative”