by Brighton Community News26 February
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Keith Potger of The Seekers, in concert for Brighton Seniors Week

This October marks the 25th anniversary of Seniors Week.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Community grants program now open

TasNetworks annual Community Grants Program is currently open.

by Brighton Community News26 February
New space at JRLF Senior School to foster culture and inclusion

Jordan River Learning Federation Senior School (JRLFSS) has a new Aboriginal cultural space that was established this year.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Brighton Youth heard in major Tasmanian Youth Story project

In late August, Youth Net-work of Tasmania (YNOT) and Brand Tasmania released findings from the Tasmanian Youth Story project, which set out to capture the unique experiences of young people aged 18-25 living in Tasmania – the good and the bad.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Comedy Roadshow rolling into Brighton

The 2023 Tassie Mental Health Comedy Roadshow is back.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Energy saving kit now available for loan

If you’ve been hit with high energy bills, a free-to-loan Home Energy Audit Toolkit (HEAT) is now available to borrow from Brighton Council.

by Brighton Community News26 February
New pilot program increases access to TasTAFE

A new pilot program coming to Brighton will see TasTAFE working more closely with regional employers and communities to meet local training needs.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Revamp of Cris Fitzpatrick Park begins

Cris Fitzpatrick Park is getting a revamp, with works now underway as part of Brighton Council’s masterplan for the area.

by Brighton Community News26 February
Free Lifeline program supporting small business

Do you run a business? Did you know Lifeline offers free mental health training and support for small businesses in Tasmania?

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Brighton Council embraces reconciliation
Brighton Council has been progressing a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) under the Reconciliation Australia framework. A RAP is a structured approach to advancing reconciliation in Australia by making a public commitment as an organisation to reconciliation. There are three core pillars – Relationships, Respect and Opportunities.
New solar panels to save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Next time you’re going past the Civic Centre, look up at the roof!
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