Sunday, 25 August 2019
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This week in the Huon News

This week in the Huon News

The Huonville Volunteer Fire Brigade has made the front page of this week's Huon News, with their efforts in the Saving Little Grace fundraiser, which is hoping to raise enough money to send Grace to the United States for potentially life-saving surgery. Huon Valley Mayor Bec Enders responds to the blow out of the councillor travel expense budget since the new councillors were sworn in last...
State of the art clarity

State of the art clarity

Last week AL-2 Teknik director Peter Gronbjerg visited Huon Aquaculture’s (Huon) Whale Point Salmon Nursery to fine tune the company’s state of the art water treatment system. Whale Point Salmon Nursery is a recirculation system that re-uses 98 per cent of the water used in its 12, 800 cubic metre grow out tanks and four smaller, 22- cubic metre, grading tanks. However, with the water being...
Launching into positive behaviour

Launching into positive behaviour

After 12 months in development, with input from teachers, students and the community, last Wednesday saw the launch of Huonville High School’s (HHS) School Wide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) programme at a whole school assembly. SWPBS programmes have been successfully used in schools around the world to assist in improving social, emotional, behavioural and academic outcomes for students,...
Inside this week's Huon News

Inside this week's Huon News

In this week's Huon News we have all the details of the Barry Hall Day down at Cygnet Football Club last Saturday, including Mitch Direen's 200th game.  Don't forget to check out our photos website to see more of the footy action at www.huonnewsphotos.com We also catch up with the new manager of the Kermandie Hotel, which reopened on Monday after a two and a half month hiatus. We find out...
Recovery project continues to take shape

Recovery project continues to take shape

Project X manager Lucy Bleach, with DarkLab executive director Jude Gun and creative producer Theia Connell, and Destination Southern Tasmania’s Alex Heroys, visited Geeveston last Thursday night to talk to local business and tourism operators about the next stage of the $2 million Federal and State Government funded, arts based, bushfire recovery project for the Huon Valley. After a sell-out...
This week in the Huon News

This week in the Huon News

In this week's Huon News we have a look at the progress of Project X, the Federal and State Government funded arts based, bushfire recovery project for the Huon Valley.  The extension of the first work, the second installation and the progress of the major project. We also catch up with Rural Youth, which held a community resilience day in Ranelagh last Saturday around mental health...

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