Devonport Community Newsletter Devonport City Council 44-48 Best Street Devonport www.devonport.tas.gov.au Edition No. 5 – March 2012
What’s Inside: Mayor’s Message DFWF Ambassador Tetsuya Wakuda Capital Works Update CBD to Spreyton Cycleway Recent Council Decisions Community Engagement Indoor Aquatic Centre Julie Burgess Volunteer Devonport Art Collection Living Greener National Youth Week Sustainability Expo Triathlon & Run Devonport Events
Come and celebrate all the wonderful fare on offer during March at the Devonport Food and Wine Festival. Incorporating food related events, cooking classes, demonstrations, competitions, concerts, the annual Taste The Harvest and even a sustainability expo – this is the month that it all happens in Devonport.
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This year’s Devonport Food and Wine Festival Ambassador, Tetsuya Wakuda, is hosting the Ambassador Dinner and a FREE cooking demonstration. This is a wonderful month long event, only in its second year and widely embraced by the community – come and be a part of it! To page 3.
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What a hugely successful festive and holiday
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season we have had, with record crowds
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enjoying the warm weather and great events, heralding a positive start to 2012. Employment is such an important issue to all
of us. Over the summer I’ve had a chance to
familiar with their operations, opportunities and
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and very positive to see many businesses in the
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visit many local businesses so as to become importantly employment. It was enlightening midst of expanding or having plans well under way to expand. The visits will continue as it is vital to keep in touch with our local businesses, to identify issues, find solutions and where possible provide support.
It is also available from the Customer Service Centre at Council’s Best Street office and from Council’s website.
In this newsletter we are providing updates
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and cycleways. There are further updates on
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welcoming and thriving City.
on major projects like the Devonport Indoor Aquatic Centre, Art Collection storage facility a range of projects which continue to build a The next three months promises to attract
Festival, plus Men in Pink Tights to entertain you. Not to be missed is the exhibition of The Good, The Bad, The Ugly at the Devonport Regional Gallery; additionally, with the Regatta, Triathlon, Run Devonport, the Motor Show and Targa, Devonport is certainly the place to be. Finally, if you have any positive input or ideas that you think Council should consider, then join up to “Speak Up Devonport”. Simply log onto Council’s web page www.devonport. tas.gov.au, click on the link and have your say. Similarly, you can join Council’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/ DevonportCityCouncil I look forward to hearing from you.
immense interest, commencing with culinary delicacies from Taste the Harvest and the Food & Wine Festival; a range of shows at the Devonport Entertainment and Convention
Centre, including the Melbourne Comedy
DFWF 2012 Key Dates Thursday 1 March Long Table Dinner – The Eli Saturday 3 March
Ghost Rock Vineyard
Devonport Food and Wine Festival Announces World Renowned Chef As Ambassador
Concert featuring Daryl
Internationally recognised chef Tetsuya Wakuda
Friday 9 March
Braithwaite The Ambassador Dinner – Waterfront Function Centre Thursday 8 March Diamonds of Devonport – The Eli
is bringing his skills and flair to Devonport
Taste the Harvest
as Phillips the Devonport Food and Wine Festival’s Geoff ambassador.
Celebration Dinner – Tetsuya Wakuda
The acclaimed chef is the owner and creator
Sunday 11 March
of Sydney’s most celebrated restaurant, Tetsuya’s, which is a regular in the prestigious S. Pellegrino’s list of the world’s 50 best restaurants.
Waterfront Function Centre
Tetsuya’s eponymous restaurant is celebrated both nationally and internationally where his dishes are based on Australian, Japanese
Taste the Harvest – Roundhouse Park Sunday 18 March
This major coup will see Tetsuya putting his vast
cuisine and classic French cuisine. He also
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knowledge, sublime style, exotic charisma and
makes full use of Tasmanian ingredients,
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breath-taking skills on display at the festival,
including ocean trout to form his signature
which is now into its second year.
Tetsuya is Japanese born but now lives in
Organisers have also secured award winning
Sydney and is widely recognised as one of
singer and former Sherbert front man Daryl
Australia’s most original, creative and successful
Braithwaite to open the month-long festival with
a five hour concert at Ghost Rock Vineyard on
To secure a chef of this calibre as ambassador
gives the festival an enormous injection of clout
Already many tickets have been sold, so don’t
on the local, national and international cuisine
miss out on enjoying Daryl’s performance, which
kick starts this fast growing event for Devonport.
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Thursday 22 March 100 Mile Dinner – Drysdale, Devonport Saturday 31 March The Last Supper – Waterfront Function Centre
Customer Service Centre Office Hours: 8.30am to 4.30pm
Building a Vibrant City
Payments can be made
Council’s capital works programme for 2012
for several months. A colony of endangered
for Council rates, dog
is in full swing with several major upgrades
Central North Burrowing Crayfish has been
now completed, almost complete or about to
identified within the project site. Council’s plans
infringements and more.
need to be assessed and approved by both
Oldaker Street’s reconstruction near the William
the State and Federal Government Environment
Street intersection is now complete. Council has
Departments before a permit for the work to
appreciated the cooperation of local residents,
commence can be given.
Monday to Friday
Common question: Does Council provide wheelie bins for residential properties? Answer: Unfortunately, no. Wheelie bins can be purchased from local hardware stores. This means that if you move house, you can take your bin with you!
businesses and the travelling public throughout the construction phase. The Stewart Street/Rooke Street intersection upgrade was on hold over the busy Christmas/ New Year period to avoid any unnecessary disruptions in the CBD. Work recommenced in late February to complete this project. Best Street‘s reconstruction from Griffith to Gunn Street is planned to commence in March. This
project will include new kerb and channel,
Please note the
excavation and replacement of the old gravel
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pavement and new hotmix surfacing. A wider
Offices will be closed on:
shared pathway will also be incorporated on
Good Friday, 6 April 2012
the northern side of the street.
Easter Monday, 9 April 2012
Tasman Place and Bridge Road’s reconstruction work started in February.
Easter Tuesday, 10 April
The Sheffield Road kerb and channel, footpath
and drainage has unfortunately been delayed
Reporting of Dumped Waste The entire community has a role to play in protecting our environment and Council encourages everyone to report illegally dumped waste to the appropriate authorities. Call Council (6424 0511) to Report: • General rubbish/litter • Rubbish dumping or litter being thrown from vehicle (record registration number, make, model, time and date) • Overflowing public rubbish bins • Illegal rubbish dumping • Sediment laden run-off from building sites e.g. mud, paint, sand.
The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Best Results Long time Devonport resident Keith Burley has
Devonport Apex Regatta
been a staunch supporter of the new cycleway
Sunday 4 March 2012
that links the Central Business District with the
9am to 7pm
With the impressive waterside pathway almost complete, Mr Burley regularly walks the length
Spend a day on the Mersey
of the project and quietly smiles with satisfaction
Keith & Shirley Burley
at its progress, knowing he had a part in its initiation and growth. “Deldon Baldock and I first raised the idea to the Council back in the early 1980’s when we
people will soon be able to use the pathway as a relaxing and safe means of getting in and out of the city.
lived in Quoiba. We wanted them to build a
“The pathway will also increase the number of
pathway to circumnavigate Devonport and
families using the river foreshore and will really
provide a link to the city and outlying areas,” he
open up the river area as well. I think it is just
“We also had concerns that there were
I want to thank the Devonport City Council
people who had to walk on the roadside to
for taking this fabulous project up and whilst it
get between Quoiba, Spreyton, and town. I
has taken some time, I think they have done a
kept at Council to get the project started and I
superb job with it to date.”
guess after all this time, the old saying that ‘the squeaky wheel gets the best results’ has rung true.” Mr Burley added that he is so pleased
and enjoy waterskiing, powerboat racing, transMersey swim, wood chopping carnival and side shows. Presented by the Devonport Apex Club.
The Tasmanian Government assisted in the project with a grant to the tune of $498,000. A copy of Council’s Cycle Strategy is available at www.devonport.tas.gov.au.
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Recent Council Decisions 2012 Schedule for Council Meetings 19 March 16 April 21 May 18 June 16 July 20 August 17 September 15 October 19 November 17 December The public session of Council Meetings will now commence at 7.15pm.
Council adopted at its November meeting: • Devonport Community Safety Strategy 20122014 • Devonport Weed Strategy 2012-2016 • Devonport Cemetery Strategy 2011-2030 Council resolved to change the scheduling of its Council meetings, with ordinary meetings starting at the approved time of 6.00pm. The session will be closed to the public in order to consider agenda items of a confidential nature. The meeting will be adjourned at 6.30/40pm for the evening meal break and reconvene at
Citizen of the Year – Bob Vellacott Bob was nominated for his involvement with the Devonport Historic & Maritime Museum having been a volunteer, member and President for 12 years. Bob was also Secretary/Treasurer of the Institute of Plumbing Aust. Tasmanian Chapter for many years and was made a Fellow of the Institute, and a member of Rostrum. Junior Citizen of the Year – Macey Stewart Macey was nominated for her outstanding dedication and achievement in the sport of cycling. Macey has been a competitive cyclist
7.15pm for the session open to the public.
for 6 years and has had a great deal of success.
Council resolved to advise the Local
Sports Award for 2011 and has been offered a
Government Board that it wishes to be specifically included in the Board Review of Councillor numbers. Council adopted at its January meeting: • Devonport City Council Stormwater Strategy • Planning Approval to progress the Indoor Aquatic Centre Project • Devonport Mersey Vale Memorial Park Master Plan 2011–2030
2012 Australia Day Award Winners:
She recently won the Advocate Female Junior scholarship to the Tasmanian Institute of Sport. Community Event of the Year – Taste the Harvest – Lions Club of City of Devonport Inc. The Lions Club of City of Devonport Inc has been associated for many years with food festivals and held a food tasting festival in the Mall which outgrew that area and subsequently moved to Roundhouse Park. Taste the Harvest has grown to be the biggest event of its kind in Tasmania with funds raised flowing back to benefit the community.
Community Engagement In March 2011, the Devonport Community
process. The policy sets out a more pro-active
Engagement survey was opened to the public
approach, which increases the opportunities for
for a period of two months. The survey aimed to
meaningful input from start to finish.
To keep up-to-date
Coinciding with the policy is the launch of our
with everything that
gauge the extent to which Devonport residents feel they ought to be involved in Council decisions, and the ways in which residents would like to be involved.
online engagement site, Speak Up Devonport. Residents are invited to register on the site and
is happening around Devonport,
get involved by joining our online discussions
our Facebook pages:
Of the 104 persons who completed the survey,
or taking part in a short survey. Residents
69.2% felt that members of the general public
comments will be considered in making
should contribute significantly to Council’s
important decisions which shape the future
decision-making processes, as the decisions
of our community. Speak Up Devonport will
ultimately affect everyone in the community,
officially launch early this year. Watch this
while only 3% felt decisions should be left up
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to Council. Most respondents keep up-to-date with Council decisions via the newspaper, Council’s Community Newsletter, or Council’s website.
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The Devonport City Council aims to increase opportunities for the public to be informed, involved and heard by Council. A Community Engagement Policy has been drafted and
Speak Up Devonport
places a greater emphasis on community
Jump online and register at
The Council already uses various methods
to encourage community participation, but community members often feel that their input is not heard, or is sought too late in the
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Devonport Recreation Centre 34 Forbes Street Devonport Telephone: (03) 6424 4109 Monday-Thursday 6am-9pm Friday 6am-8pm Saturday 9.30am-5pm Sunday 12.30pm-5pm Contact the Rec Centre to find out more about all they have to offer: Basketball Racquetball Squash Table Tennis Gymnastics Judo
The new Devonport Indoor Aquatic Centre will include a 25 metre, eight lane lap pool; a combined
warm water programme pool/infant awareness/leisure pool; foyer and reception area; a fitness gym;
cafe; fitness programme and mutli-purpose rooms; change rooms; storage and a first aid room.
The existing 50 metre outdoor pool, learn to swim pool, and the waterslide will remain in the upgraded
Bootcamp Sauna Personal Training
East Devonport Recreation & Function Centre Caroline Street, East Devonport Telephone: (03) 6427 9276 Mobile: 0418 588 307 Email: gsteward@devonport. tas.gov.au Contact the Centre to find out more about all they have to offer: 4 x Badminton Courts 2 x Volleyball Courts 1 x Netball Court 1 x Basketball Court
We Aim to Achieve... • Improved community health, employment and well being • An all year round indoor facility for swimming, servicing Devonport and surrounding districts • A greatly expanded Learn to Swim program • Additional social and recreational
2 x Beach Volleyball Courts • More opportunities for aquatic clubs and meeting place for other sports clubs for fitness and rehabilitation • Aquatic training and educational training programs – lifesaving, first aid and water sports • Job creation, construction, retail and sport and recreation
opportunities for young people, elderly and
• Community engagement
those in need of aquatic therapies
• Health and well being (increased
• Swim training and competitions
Change Room & Shower Facilities Community Function Area First Aid Room & Canteen Facilities Other Activities Tai Chi Zumba Futsal
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Did You Know? The Julie Burgess is 64 foot long and weighs 40 tonne. She was built in 1936 in Launceston. During World War II, the Julie Burgess was used to service the Bass Strait undersea cable. She is the last of nearly 150 ketches built by the Burgess family. She was a fishing ketch with a large wet well to hold the catch, that is now being replaced by a saloon. It was with the help of the Australian Government that Devonport City Council could purchase and restore
All Hands On Deck Devonport’s David Pinkard is living proof that the old adage “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” is nothing more than an old wives tale. Mr Pinkard, 81, was a former marine and diesel engine repairer for most of his working life and is now retired. But Mr Pinkard spends a fair bit of his spare time volunteering on the soon-tobe-completed Julie Burgess, but not in the role many would suspect. “I have learnt heaps since I started and it’s funny because despite having a diesel background I am not doing anything on the motor but just helping out as a general offsider to the shipwrights,” he said.
“I started volunteering when she was slipped
Once completed the Julie
each week doing a bit. Some days I am there
Burgess will undertake both short and long cruises.
in February 2010 and spend three or four days four or five hours and some days only two or three. They are a great bunch working on
Will you be ready to ‘take
her and I have really enjoyed my time doing
the Bass Strait challenge’?
everything from caulking, putting planks on and
To follow the JB’s progress, visit www.julieburgess.com.au
just about anything else they want done.” The project has enabled many people to share skills and knowledge, and grow a real sense of community.
Caring for Our Past, Present & Future For over 40 years Devonport’s Art Collection has
significance which is partly due to the strong
sparked interest and debate, and has enriched
focus on contemporary Tasmanian works. To
the lives of many residents and visitors.
house this valuable asset, a new facility is being
Beginning in 1966, the founder of The Little
constructed to international standards.
Devonport Regional Gallery The Good, The Bad, The
Gallery, Mrs Jean Thomas purchased one work
Opening on Friday 16 March, 6pm, and
Ugly: Works from the
from each exhibition she held that supported
continuing until 22 April 2012 is The Good, The
Permanent Collection will
emerging, contemporary Tasmanian artists.
Bad, The Ugly. Works spanning over 40 years
run from 17 March - 22 April,
In 1979, the Devonport City Council gained
have been selected from the Collection which
custodianship of the Art Collection through the
cover a range of genres, media and themes.
purchase of The Little Gallery.
Visitors will be asked to rate their response
45 Stewart Street Devonport
The Collection is now managed by the Devonport Regional Gallery, held in trust for the community and is very much a part of Devonport’s journey - assisting in building
to individual art works and weekly results will appear on the Devonport Regional Gallery website featuring images of the most popular and the least popular selection.
community identity; preserving the City’s
For more information on the Collection visit:
heritage and reflecting its culture and interests;
and providing an important educational
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reference for students,
10am to 5pm
curators, researchers and
Saturday 12 to 5pm
Sunday & Public Holidays
Today’s Collection of over
1 to 5pm
1600 items, plus the Robinson Collection of an estimated 40,000 photographic negatives is growing in national and international
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Living Greener Mobile Muster Recycling your old mobile phone is now easier, with the Devonport City Council joining the nationwide MobileMuster program. Collection points have been established in the area and local residents are encouraged to clean out their drawers of unwanted mobile phones, batteries and accessories. MobileMuster is the official recycling program of the mobile phone industry. Mobile phones can be dropped off at the following locations: • Best Street Offices • Operations Centre, Lawrence Drive • The Zone • Visitor Information Centre
The Spreyton Transfer Station’s TROLL (Together Reducing Our Local Landfill) Shop is to be upgraded courtesy of a joint effort between Lifeline North West Tasmania, Jobfind, the Devonport City Council and a $30,397 grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund. The plans for the TROLL Shop include the construction of a new shed to further enhance recycling efforts, as well as an investigation into new ventures in resource recovery that will encourage community collaboration and support, whilst creating employment opportunities. It is anticipated the extension will be completed in May 2012. The Troll Shop was established in mid 2010 when Lifeline North West entered into a long-term partnership with the Devonport City Council for the purpose of undertaking resource recovery operations at the Spreyton Waste Transfer Station, and re-selling these waste materials to the public through the establishment of a TROLL Shop. The shop services the Mersey area comprising of Latrobe, Devonport and Kentish (population 45,000). The land and the site for the TROLL Shop are provided rent-free from Council. The cost of goods sold is significantly reduced as there is effectively
no purchasing of stock or raw materials, all materials are either donated by the public or local businesses. Surplus made from the TROLL Shop is part of the business unit which funds Lifeline’s 24 hour telephone counselling service. Volunteers and employment placements are engaged to recover, reprocess and sell these materials. Recycling Tips Reduce: Many of the problems created by waste can be addressed by reducing the amount of waste we produce in the first place. Reducing waste includes rethinking what you buy and refusing things you don’t need. Re-Use: It’s amazing how many things can have a second or even third life. If you can’t re-use something, there may be someone else who can. You might find innovative ways to re-use old bags, containers, building materials, clothing and unwanted things. Recycle: When you buy recycled products, you are saving resources and reducing the impacts of pollution. When disposing of products make sure only the items accepted for recycling go in your recycling bin. These usually include glass, hard plastics, aluminium and steel, paper, cardboard and milk or juice cartons.
National Youth Week National Youth Week is a celebration of and
Living Lightly for Your Pocket and the Planet –
for young people aged 12-24 years and will be
taking place in towns and cities across Australia in
On Saturday 31 March Devonport City Council
the week of 13-22 April 2012. The theme this year is
in partnership with the Devonport Community
Imagine, Create, Inspire and that is exactly what
House is hosting a free expo focussed on
we’ll be doing in Devonport with our “Reclaim the
saving money and the environment. With
Lane” youth arts and music festival.
kids entertainment, food vendors, stalls and
The event will offer local service providers a chance to host a stall and engage with Devonport’s youth, as well as free food for all participants. The event will take place in Rooke Lane on Friday 13 April and will showcase a variety of local youth talent, as well as offering skill development workshops. For more
workshops there’s sure to be something for the whole family. The event will take place at Devonport Community House & Garden (Morris Ave) and aims to highlight the simple (and affordable) things we can all do to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Enquiries to Damian at The Zone on 6423 4099.
information please contact Damian at The Zone on (03) 6423 4099.
The Zone The Zone, a Devonport City Council facility located at 64 Stewart Street, provides a central safe location where the City’s youth, aged between 12 & 25, can access a wide range of services and assistance to suit their needs. The Zone’s mission is to encourage young people to create positive futures for themsleves and the community in which they choose to live, study, work and visit. Community organisations may also access Zone facilities to hold meetings, workshops and training.
Another way that Devonport City Council celebrates Youth Week is our involvement in the North West Youth Expo. This event brings together service organisations, youth relevant
Open: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm by appointment. Telephone: (03) 6423 4099
clubs and many other groups to host interactive stalls. Schools from across the entire region are provided with buses to bring their students along, so the students can learn all about the opportunities available in their own backyard. The event is in its third year and each Expo seems to get bigger and better.
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Total Performance Sports
Devonport Triathlon 2012 Devonport Triathlon Friday 9 & Saturday 10 March 2012 To enter online, visit: www.devonporttriathlon. com.au
March is a big month in Devonport and adding
spectacular new home at the Devonport
to the hype will be one of Tasmania’s biggest
Surf Life Saving Club on Mersey Bluff, and
sporting events, the Total Performance Sports
its challenging new course, it truly is a real
triathlon for real triathletes. As well as seeing
The Total Performance Sports Devonport Triathlon is a major race on the Australian calendar as highlighted by it being an OTU Oceania and Australian Junior and Age Group
on Friday 9 March acting as a major prelude to
“This year is a big year for the Devonport
Total Performance Sports Run Devonport
Council and our community partners; and we
To enter online, visit:
McDonald’s Trikids Schools Challenge being run the big event on Saturday 10 March.
be working alongside the Devonport City
Sunday 18 March 2012
there will be races for the juniors with the
championships race. Triathlon. The committee is delighted to
2012 Run Devonport
some of the world’s best triathletes in action,
After the outstanding success of last year’s inaugural Run Devonport, organisers are expecting new attendance records to be set when the
have a fantastic new home at the recently
‘Peoples Run’ gets underway on Sunday 18 March.
redeveloped Mersey Bluff. This venue is arguably
Everyone from littlies to adults can compete
the best triathlon venue in Australia,” said Kerry Stubbs, Event Manager, Devonport Triathlon. Is it also the Australian and New Zealand Olympic qualifier, guaranteeing that the very best triathletes from the Oceania area will be competing.
in the family friendly format with distances including 1km, 2.5km, 5km and 10km. Everyone who competes will receive a medal and cap. If you and your mates wish, you can enter a team in the Fairbrother Corporate Cup. Your team can take away the trophy
The Devonport Triathlon is one of Australia’s
and secure its place on the honour roll that
oldest triathlons with an honour roll featuring
features on the back of the Fairbrother
legends Emma Carney, Brad Beven, Loretta
Corporate Cup Winner’s t-shirt, issued annually
Harrop and Craig Walton. Now, at its
to the winning team.
Diamonds of Devonport Thursday 8 March
7 to 8.30am Elimatta Hotel, Victoria 17-22 Targa Tasmania
1-31 Devonport Food and Wine Festival
Diamonds (nominees) – Free
Devonport Apex Regatta
Clean up Australia Day
28 Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow Devonport Entertainment Centre
BABBA - Devonport Entertainment & Convention Centre
30 LES BALLETS ELOELLE - Men in Pink Tights Devonport Entertainment Centre
Book @ the Visitor Centre:
9-10 Devonport Triathlon 9
Taste the Harvest Celebration Dinner
Taste The Harvest
Eight Hour Day Holiday
The Good, The Bad, The Ugly – Devonport Regional Gallery
17 David Strassman - Careful What You Wish For - Devonport Entertainment Centre 18
Devonport Motor Show
31 Living Lightly for your pocket and the Planet - Community House and Garden
3-5 Agfest Mothers Day
Women’s Day, the City will recognise those women of all ages who quietly contribute to
Queens Birthday Holiday
Patch Theatre Company’s Me & My Shadow - Devonport Entertainment Centre
(03) 6424 4466 To celebrate International
Infinite Space - Melbourne Ballet Company - Devonport Entertainment Centre
their community in some way at a breakfast on Thursday 8 March. The Diamonds of Devonport are not necessarily the people who perform the most community service, or the higher profile roles,
rather the women who are
continually putting in effort
and often for little thanks or
10 Easter Tuesday
recognition. Come along
11 David Williamson’s Let The Sun Shine Devonport Entertainment Centre
and listen to guest speakers, be entertained and enjoy
13-22 National Youth Week
the company of Diamonds.
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Transfer Station Operating Hours: Closed Good Friday & Easter Sunday Easter Saturday 11am to 4pm Easter Monday & Tuesday 11am to 4pm Changes to garbage collection: There will be no garbage collection on Good Friday, 6 April 2012. Friday collection will be carried out on Thursday 5 April. Please ensure your bins are left out the night before.
Free Parking in offstreet Council Car Parks Launceston Cup Day N.B. free parking does not apply to on-street parking meters.
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