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Bryan Green resigns

Politics. Labor leader Bryan Green resigned on Friday following two decades of parliamentary service, 16 of which were in government. Mr Green was first elected to state parliament as Labor Member for Braddon in 1998, he then went on to serve in various ministerial roles before becoming Deputy Premier in 2006 and then Opposition Leader …

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Australian Masters Games registrations open

Event. Registrations are now open for the 2017 Australian Masters Games set to be held across the north west later this year. More than 50 sports will be showcased at the biennial competition between October 21 and 28, and Circular Head remains a contender to host hockey games at the Smithton Hockey Complex. However registrations …

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Photography project

Open. Registrations are now open to residents and visitors to the north west to take part in the Devonport Regional Gallery’s unique community photography project, PORTAL. Now in its third year, the project captures 24 hours of coastal living through lenses. Everyone in the community is eligible to take part. Participants agree to take and …

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Community grants

Youth. Commonwealth Bank’s Community Grants program is open for applications from organisations with a youth focus. The bank will award successful organisations payments of up to $10,000 each year for the next three years. Applications close on Friday March 31. To find out more visit

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Unsung Heroines of Circular Head

Praise. Soroptimist International of Circular Head has recognised nine local women at its fifth annual Unsung Heroine Awards. Held at the Circular Head Community and Recreation Centre on Friday, the awards are held in March each year to coincide with International Women’s Day (March 8). At the event, Soroptimist president Rebecca Korpershoek said proceeds from …

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Statewide planning sheme

New. Tasmania will become the first state to implement a single, statewide planning scheme with the recent making of the Statewide Planning rules. The Statewide Planning Provisions have been finalised following consideration by the Tasmanian Planning Commission. Minister for Planning and Local Government Peter Gutwein said the new planning system will make it easier to …

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Sharing in your child’s early learning

App. A digital application has been developed to strengthen communication between educators and parents, and document children’s educational journeys. Created by Burnie mother-of-two, Nest Early Childhood founder Chelsie de Bomford held an introductory session in Smithton on Tuesday. With more than 20 years’ experience working in early childhood, Chelsie says she understands the pressures educators face …

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Marrawah’s season concludes

O/50. The Marrawah 50 and Over Cricket Club travelled to Richmond on Sunday to play a Richmond-Campania side and conclude the season.  Fielding first on a drizzly and damp morning, Marrawah dropped nine catches throughout the first innings however with the assistance of Brett McMullen (3/28) caught the opposition all out for 199 in 39 …

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