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Journeys : October November 2009
5% OFF* across the store *Excludes advertised specials & benchmark trade specials as displayed in store. Call 6234 3021 95-97 Brisbane St, Hobart. Opposite K & D Warehouse Sparco AUTO PARTS - TYRES - BATTERIES PTY LTD PANEL BEATING SPRAY PAINTING Two pack spray and bake booth CHASSIS WORK Measure and alignment system from Finland MINTYS BODYWORKS 107 Mornington Road Mornington Telephone 6244 4732 Facsimile 6244 3845 When the Victorian township of Marysville was ravaged in Black Saturday's fires earlier this year, its rich collection of historical memorabilia was lost. Art historian and curator Andrew Mackenzie is attempting to rebuild the collection. He has already gathered more than 1000 items and is calling for help from anyone who may have interesting photographs, postcards, film, letters, maps or brochures relating to Marysville and the surrounding area. If you can help, please contact Andrew on 9787 6990, email andrewm acken email@example.com or write to PO Box 559, Mount Eliza, Victoria 3930. In brief • Metro's new Greencard is a credit-card-sized smart card that is read electronically in a fraction of a second. The cost of the trip is automatically deducted from the Greencard, which can be electronically recharged. Register for the new card at the Metro shop or w w w.metrotas.com.au • R ACT supports a consistent 30km/h speed limit and the reduction of parking within the Sullivan's Cove precinct, but sounds a warning about the consequent need for greater parking opportunities on the perimeter of Hobart's popular waterfront attractions. • Tasmania Police can now confiscate cars for 28 days for excessive speeding, reckless or dangerous driving, evading police, hooning and repeat driving while disqualified. Rewriting the Marysville story RACTI's Player of the Year Trent Sayers, Chief Executive Officer of R ACT Insurance, is exploring new ways of building involvement with the Tasmanian Statewide League next year, with a particular emphasis on reaching the volunteer and support base for the game. It follows the first year of the RACT Insurance Player of the Year Award, which was won by Clarence player, Jeromey Webberley. He had an outstanding debut season, dominating Clarence's half back line. Webberley took the lead after round five. He finished the season with 19 points, four clear of North Launceston's Darren Crawford, with Burnie's Brad Davis third on 13 points. The winner emerged from a weekly vote of Tasmanian print media football reporters "This is a massive award to win," Webberley said. "You only have to look around the competition and see so many fantastic players, that to be recognised amongst them is a great honour. This is an award that I'll look back on with great pride." Life on the move October / November 09 35
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