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Bowls. Div Two in second place

Smithton Saints’ Division Three pennant team of Jean Cameron, Lyn Savage, Joy Auld and skip Cherylle Pedley gained two valuable points in last Thursday’s game against Latrobe. Meanwhile, the Div One team found the going tough, meeting with Latrobe. Saturday’s Div Two team earned the result they were after, defeating Penguin 94 to 87. Outstanding …

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Show us a good time

Weekend. An event 110 years strong is only made so by its community. This year, the show returns with all of your favourites such as equestrian events, woodchopping, cattle competitions and the popular animal nursery. Along with the popular chopping events, there will be a two-shoe tree felling class, an event that has not been …

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Teamwork for the win

Championship. Circular Head Christian School Maroon emerged victorious from the school soccer roster Grand Final. An action packed six weeks produced games between seven teams from St Peter Chanel Catholic Primary School, Circular Head Christian School, and Smithton and Edith Creek primary schools. Comprising mixed teams from grades three to six, all teams displayed sportsmanship …

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Bowls. In need of a win before break

In Bowls North West games, last Thursday’s ladies pennant was a washout across the competition. Saturday’s mixed pennant found the slow greens tough going with the Smithton Saints’ Division Two and Division Four teams not faring well. Div Two left with one rink and Div Four with a draw in one rink. “We have done …

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Ag day in Smithton

Farming. Celebrations of all things agriculture took place on November 21 for National Agriculture Day. A local event welcomed over 100 people for the evening, including dairy, potato, pea and bean farmers as well as logging transport drivers and silage contractors. The organisers say they were delighted with the turnout considering so many farmers are out …

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Name your new pool

Competition. Put your thinking caps on, Circular Head – the new pool needs a name. Circular Head Council and Belgravia Leisure are calling for catchy names to be entered into a competition to name the new complex. Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam admits the current name “is a bit of a mouthful” and was a …

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CHAC. New chairperson

Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation has reflected on the past year at its annual general meeting, and now looks to the future. About 2000 community members identify as Aboriginal, with the local organisation playing an important role in the community with the aim to enrich the lives of community members. CHAC welcomes Sam Cleland to the …

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Modelling good deeds

Competition. Annalise Monson has a dream to become the next Australian Supermodel of the Year. To get there, she has been working away at the modelling side of things and now looks to the community for their support. The 19-year-old Smithton local is asking people to back her by liking social media posts related to …

2 months ago 0

Study. Rotary bursary open

Year 12 leavers and mature age students are invited to apply for the 2019 Rotary Bursary. The Rotary Club of Smithton fund offers $2500 to a student continuing their studies in Tasmania or a mature age student heading into further education. Selection will be based on need as well as interest and involvement in the …

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Perch to see penguins

Opening. Stanley’s new viewing platform is ready for use. The Parks and Wildlife Service project aims to reduce impacts on penguins by protecting nesting habitat while providing a better experience for visitors to the site. “Experiences for viewing native wildlife in their natural habitat are a key part of Tasmania’s tourism appeal,” says Adam Brooks, …

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