Robins leap into finals

CHHA. In the last round before finals, Robins defeated Irishtown 3-0 in a fast paced, thrilling clash. Neither team was able to find the scoreboard in the beginning of the match, despite many close scoring opportunities. Irishtown started strongly using Bec Wells to switch play from side to side, finding forwards time and again. Robins …

5 years ago

Lane closed

Roads. Motorists are being advised that there is only one lane open at Beatties Hill, Lileah, due to a landslip. The south bound lane has been closed at Beatties Hill on South Road – approximately three kilometres south of the Lovetts and Youngs Road Junction – due to a landslip, a result of the recent heavy rainfall. …

5 years ago

TC through to prelim

CHFA. Forest Recreation Ground played host to a Circular Head Football Association final on Saturday for what may have been the first time in 20 years. Forest Recreation Ground played host to a Circular Head Football Association final on Saturday for what may have been the first time in 20 years. After weeks of rain …

5 years ago
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Heritage trail in CBD

It seems the council does not want to listen to the majority, and use common sense and I’m still convinced the council ignores opinions of others and calling for a response is just a blind. Well councillors, just for the record, no one consulted me about destroying old infrastructure in Circular Head and the council …

5 years ago

Hall of Fame nominations open

Nominations are open for the Tasmanian Sporting Hall of Fame for 2013. Minister for Sport and Recreation Michelle O’Byrne said induction into the Hall of Fame was Tasmania’s highest sporting honour. “The Tasmanian Sporting Hall of Fame provides lasting recognition for the extraordinary achievements and sportsmanship of our many great athletes,” she said. Nominations close …

5 years ago

Wedding column

Wedding. Bride-to-be Tenae House writes about the week’s leading up to her Hamilton Island wedding, which will be televised on Channel Seven’s breakfast show Sunrise on Friday September 6. For the past three weeks my lovely bridesmaids have been having secret meetings in preparation for the hen’s weekend. The weekend came around soon enough and …

5 years ago

Real Deal

Once again we are in election mode when we soon will vote for the party that is to govern our nation. It is a strange period of time when candidates seem to be able to change their minds about each other and their stated positions on any issue according to what is politically advantageous for …

5 years ago
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Making her mark

Modelling. Sixteen-year-old Shaylah Bowman is one happy girl. The Scotchtown teen was recently chosen as a finalist for the Face of the Globe modelling pageant, alongside Smithton model Shannon Popowski. The pair will represent Tasmania in Paris in October. Shalyah, who is a Circular Head Christian School grade 10 student, has also been named a …

5 years ago

Advancing women in CH

Grant. Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation was granted $56,000 to deliver its women’s leadership project, Advancing Women. CHAC chief executive officer Dianne Baldock said the program offers Aboriginal women the opportunities to gain self-esteem, empowerment and a sense of leadership not only in the community but within their own lives. Mrs Baldock said that many Aboriginal …

5 years ago

Sparks fly at DJE

Award. Don Joyce is all smiles after winning an award for his company’s electrical work at Tasmanian Dairy Products’ milk plant in Smithton. Don Joyce Electrical was named among the top electricians in the state at the National Electrical and Communications Association’s industry excellence awards held in Hobart earlier this month. DJE was given the …

5 years ago