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Brian Corr
  • Brian will be a full-time alderman
  • Founding President of 'Hobart Not Highrise Inc.' working to keep Hobart a low-rise human-scale heritage city (re-elected Sep.2018). Click 'Here'.
  • Founding Vice-President of 'New Town Community Association Inc.' - precinct re-development, Christmas Carols, etc. (re-elected Sep.2018)
  • Joondalup City W.A. (pop. 164,000): Brian was a Councillor for nearly 10 years and enjoyed a high level of public support, rising to 74% in his final election before moving to Hobart in 2015. Click 'Here'.
  • Married to Julia and they have three sons
  • Sport played includes Gaelic football, soccer, athletics, tennis
  • Brian has, for many years, been involved in community activities.
  • Honorary Member of the Irish welfare association The Claddagh Association (Perth)
  • Has advocated for seniors as Chairman of a 'Seniors' Committee' in W.A. dealing with issues that affect older people
  • Brian is a presenter on community radio, with a combined 20 years on both Hobart FM, and Curtin Radio in Western Australia

  • Brian has worked in the computer industry for many years. Roles include Systems Analyst / Programmer, Software Manager and Computer Manager
  • Spent 3 years with the Western Australian Health Department, computerising country hospitals
  • Brian ran his own software company for more than 20 years
  • Irish Australian Business Association - Brian spent some years as a committee member, including the role of President.
  • Australian Irish Heritage Association - Same, including 2 years as President.
  • School Associations and Boards: Brian spent a number of years on school associations and boards, in various roles.
  • Tries to be a better photographer, and gardener as a member of the Lenah Valley Garden Club

How Brian sees Hobart - Our Heritage City
  • "Hobart is still a 'people' city, low-rise, lots of heritage, a great place to live, work, & enjoy life;
  • Hobart is a cultural city; exciting and stimulating;
  • the setting of river & mountain is exceptional, with easy access to both;
  • Hobart is visually beautiful - both city and suburbs;
  • Hobart is friendly, safe, and a great place to meet people;
  • not intimidating or overwhelming like big concrete/glass cities; and
  • you can be involved, changing and influencing what happens."
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