Stars outshine opponents

BCL. Circular Head’s Burnie Cricket League representatives remain at the top of the game in both the A Reserve and A Grade competitions. Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars and Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons gained victories against West Ridgley and Acton respectively, during round five of the season on Saturday. Taking on the opposition at …

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Take in the scenery

Explore. Stanley local Bruce Wooldrage takes pride in his backyard and exploring all it has to offer.  The 76-year-old is an advocate for enjoying the great outdoors, especially in your own region.  He often wanders Tatlows and Godfreys beaches, the streets of Stanley and the golf course in his afternoon strolls. The Nut State Reserve …

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Stanley remembers

Centenary. On the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice, Stanley joined the nation in remembering all who have served our country. Stanley Remembrance Day committee member Jo Lovell has written this piece to reflect on the day, where people paid their respects to the 84 Circular Head men who lost their lives in …

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Cattle ready for show

Agriculture. You can almost hear the sound of hooves as the 110th Circular Head Show approaches. This year the Stanley event welcomes a few new faces to the cattle competition. The Highlanders This is Craggy Island Highlands’ first year exhibiting at the show. While they’re based in Penna in the south, they will make the …

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Surface shakes Stars

BCL. The Smithton Stars and Forest Stanley Demons both sit in the top spot in the Burnie Cricket League competitions following round four of the season.  Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars remain undefeated in the A Reserve competition while the reigning A Grade champions, the Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons are yet to be defeated …

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Ready and roaring

Football. Scotchtown Football Club is preparing for a competitive Circular Head Football Association season as the club announces its coaching team. The club was established in 1950, securing its first premiership title in the Reserves in 1954. The Tigers have etched their name in the premiership cup several times throughout their almost seven decade history, …

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Council asks for community say

Decision. Circular Head Council has voiced its opposition to allow the Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania to acquire local land. In the last monthly meeting of the former council group, councillors unanimously decided to advise the Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania that no support would be provided by the local council for land handbacks in …

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Journey in theatre

Reflection. Stanley Town Hall this weekend hosts the theatre show Twelve Times He Spoke. After a stellar premier season in Hobart’s Theatre Royal Backspace in July, Tasmania Performs is now bringing the show to regional towns across this state. It begins simply enough, mapping the twists and turns of one man’s unremarkable life. But the …

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CNW. Colts  open season

The Circular Head Colts Under 15 side has started the Cricket North West season with a loss.  Playing a home game in round one, Circular Head met with the Wynyard Blues in Stanley last Wednesday.  The home side elected to bat the first innings after winning the toss, to send Jotham Saward and Cooper Mallinson …

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Empowering young women

Positivity. A strong sense of self is worth aspiring to, something the I Am Project is helping locals achieve. An empowering initiative founded by Leanne Everett and Abbie Poke in 2016, the body positive and confidence movement has taken on a youth focus. The concept was adopted by Circular Head Council with Circular Head Aboriginal …

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