Monday, 27 September 2021
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The show must go on

The show must go on

Ben van Tienen, left, and Eleanor Webster perform the opening number for Huon Valley The- atre’s Virtual Voice and Variety concert. Ben recorded his part in London, while Eleanor recorded her part in the Huon Valley. (PS)   Like arts communities all around the country, Huon Valley Theatre was caught unprepared by the lockdown. With all the productions planned for 2020 currently on hold,...
Reale back for five years

Reale back for five years

The Huon Valley Council has announced that Emilio Reale has had his contract as general manager renewed for five years, commencing March this year. Huon Valley Mayor Bec Enders said, “Mr Reale had received strong and positive feedback for his leadership in council through peer and councillor review. “The consistent feedback supported Mr Reale securing a five-year contract. “For the first...
High hopes for the new PCYC board

High hopes for the new PCYC board

The Huon Valley PCYC has had its share of trials over the last couple of years, with staff and board members resigning, troubled finances, fights with neighbours and long-term users and an inability to attract and retain regular instructors or administer indoor sporting rosters. However, with a fresh new board of 10 members, led by new president and current Huonville Men’s Shed secretary...
Steering out of COVID-19

Steering out of COVID-19

Circular Economy Huon (CEH), a grassroots organisation formed to look at innovative ways that the Huon Valley can reduce its carbon footprint and contribute to climate change solutions, has responded to the Huon Valley Council’s (HVC) call for ideas to assist in the region’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. “CEH is focused on reducing the carbon footprint of the Valley and maximising the...
Commercial operators ready to bridge the gap

Commercial operators ready to bridge the gap

Both Geeveston and Huonville look set to have ongoing visitor information services, with commercial operators ready to step into the gap left by Huon Valley Council after it announced that it would permanently close the council operated centres in both towns late last week. Jackman brothers, Mark and Scott, who are currently developing the old Pettits site at South- bridge as the Huon Flash...
New lease of life for St John’s

New lease of life for St John’s

Naomie Clark-Port and Tony Port have purchased St John’s Church and cemetery in Franklin from The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania. Naomie will be the fifth generation of the Clark family to care for the church and cemetery and says she is looking forward to restoring the building and having the badly damaged headstones in the cemetery repaired. The couple has formed a not for profit company, and...

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