Wednesday, 28 November 2018 11:56

All the local news in this week's Huon News

This week Trev and Chris from GeCo talk about the future of Scrubby Hill Farm, following their success in securing an Impact 100 grant, local teachers are achieving great things, with Cate Doherty from Sacred Heart Catholic School Geeveston talking about her Churchill Fellowship and Nel Smit being awarded this year's Secondary Teacher of the Year at the STEM Excellence Awards.

The Friends of Randalls Bay coastcare group have made a deal with the Huon Valley Council over the sale of Quarry Reserve, and the new councillors will review and workshop the council's land use strategy in coming weeks.

New senior coach at the Huonville LIons Tim Peterson meets with the senior players for the first time, and we cover all the local cricket games that took place on the weekend, despite the wet weather.

Don't miss this week's Huon News, available all around the Huon Valley and beyond, as well as by subscription online.