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Northern Midlands Mayor Mary Knowles has dismissed calls on her to resign by fellow councillor Andrew McCullagh as a continuation of his long-running campaign against her and the Council’s General Manager.
To be held on
Monday 4 December, 2023 at 3pm at the Longford Town Hall 67 Wellington Street, Longford.
Changes to plans to upgrade Longford’s main street to benefit pedestrians, car users, the owners of heritage buildings and revitalise the town’s business centre will be considered by Northern Midlands Council at its next meeting.
Christmas celebration with Christmas Parade/floats, stalls, BBQ, kids activities, live music.
4:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Perth Community Carols includes free Christmas party from 4-6pm, with free face painting, balloon art, craft, mega games, activities and loads of fun. Competitions with prizes to be won. Free laser tag.
Free community BBQ from 5-6pm.
Carols at 7pm.
4:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Northern Midlands is one of the largest and most diverse municipalities in Tasmania.
The Northern Midlands covers an area of 5,130 square kilometres, extending from Liffey Bluff in the west to Mount St John in the east (150kms) and from Relbia in the north to Tooms Lake in the south (95kms).
The landscape changes from mountainous country on its eastern and western boundaries to extensive grazing lands renowned for fine wool production, the rich agricultural river flats of the Esk, Lake and Macquarie Rivers; historic towns and villages; and from small businesses to multi-million dollar enterprises.
The 2021 Census recorded the population of the Northern Midlands at 13,745.