Bowls season

Leisure. Bowls is a great way for people to get together and have some fun while also enjoying a little healthy competition. Anyone who is interested in bowls but not quite sure what to expect, is welcome to give it a shot at the Smithton Bowls Club on September 22. The season opening will offer …

5 years ago

Users to pay for water

Council. Sporting groups and other users of Circular Head Council premises will now have to chip in to pay for any water used. At the council’s last monthly meeting, councillors adopted the Draft Water Consumption Contribution: Non-Profit Community Groups Utilising Council Premises Policy, whereby users are asked to make a 70 per cent contribution to cover …

5 years ago

Look Out, Think Ahead

Road Safety. Circular Head Council’s newest road safety campaign was launched last week. Mayor Daryl Quilliam officially launched Look Out, Think Ahead, which looks at the life on rural roads and how best to stay safe. Mayor Quilliam said the campaign is a response to concerns from the community about road kill. Together with Circular …

5 years ago
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Multiple offenders possibility

Murder. The investigation into the murder of Simon Crisp at Marrawah remains ongoing, with the possibility there was more than one offender. Detective Inspector Robert Gunton, of  Western Criminal Investigation Branch, said police wanted to release information that had not yet been made public. “Mr Crisp was at the Tavern, as was his habit, assisting …

5 years ago

SPC junior winners

Hockey. In the Circular Head Hockey Association’s junior competition, it was St Peter Chanel who finished victorious after a successful season. St Peter Chanel won the grand final 1-0 against Forest-Allstars on Friday September 6. Kaleb O’Halloran scored the only goal in the game, in the first half. St Peter Chanel coach Joanne Cartledge said, …

5 years ago

Victory for Tigers

Hockey. In the Circular Head Hockey Association’s super fours competition, Tigers dominated with a 4-0 grand final. Tigers took on Mustangs on Monday September 9, and it was Mustangs who started the game strongly. This had Tigers on the back foot. Play seesawed between the two teams until Tigers scored a goal against the run …

5 years ago
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Spinks joins Council

Trade. Circular Head businessman Roger Spinks is now working with Circular Head Council as its plumbing and compliance officer. Mr Spinks’ role is resource-shared with Waratah-Wynyard Council. It will address amendments made to the Building Act 2000, in November 2012, which require a minimum of 20 per cent of plumbing permits lodged be inspected at …

5 years ago

Crikey, cricket’s coming

CHCA. Slip slop slap fellas because the 2013-14 cricket season is about to start. Circular Head Cricket Association will see some changes in its upcoming season, starting in October. The smallest of those, the use of white balls instead of red as is the norm in one-day games. New president Marty Hardy will lead the way, …

5 years ago