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Real Deal

There is no doubt some very serious reflection is going on in the political world today, with the outcome of the election now in. I guess the blame game has already started and plans are being made to reverse the problems that have emerged. As is always the case with the losing party, the leadership …

6 years ago

Real Deal

It must have been very difficult for Essendon players to play the last match of their season knowing full well that win, lose or draw it was all going to be meaningless because they had already been disqualified from winning any place on the ladder or being able to play in the finals. All this …

6 years ago

Telling their stories

Program. Storytellers from all over Circular Head have come together for weekly sessions put on by LINC and Rural Health. Telling My Story is an eight-week program, running for 20 hours. “It is based on the concept that everyone has a story to tell,” Rural Health manager Di Murphy said. “And there are many ways …

6 years ago
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Rat named Lions’ man of the year

Award. Ian “Rat” Walters was named Lions Citizen of the Year for 2013. Mr Walters was recognised for his 30 years as president of Union Supporters Club, based in Stanley, and in particular his work for the community. Citizen of the Year committee members Sheryl Robson and Joan Krause said they lured Mr Walters to …

6 years ago

Real Deal

Even here in Australia where we take our security pretty much for granted there are folk who spend a lot of time worrying about the future and what it may hold as we get older and less able to take care of ourselves. The thought of nursing homes does not appeal too much to many …

6 years ago

The adventures of G E Learner

Community. If you see little gnome-like cut outs about town, they are the recent art works by Giggle Early Learning children. The G E Learner, as he was named by the children, is the first template drawing the children at GEL have coloured in. Usually they are given a page where their imaginations can run …

6 years ago

HIPPY for 10 years

Anniversary. After 10 years in Circular Head, Rural Health’s Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters will be celebrating its anniversary and its success in receiving funding for 2014. To celebrate their milestone, Rural Health is calling out to past HIPPY staff and HIPPY families to attend an informal party on Thursday September 12 at …

6 years ago
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GARDEN CLIPPINGS – September

For those who have been keeping track, thyme completes the quartet of parsley, sage and rosemary, all essential in the herb garden. Common thyme and lemon thyme are excellent culinary thymes that combine well with chicken and fish, and parsley, thyme and bay leaves are the classic trio of a bouquet garni. Thyme needs to …

6 years ago

Sunrise wedding

Bride-to-be Tenae House writes about the weeks leading up to her Hamilton Island wedding, which will be televised on Channel Seven’s breakfast show Sunrise on Friday September 6. Only nine more sleeps to go until the wedding and it seems as though we have got most things under control. After a fair bit of negotiation, …

6 years ago

Dad’s family of five

Family. Scotchtown father Paul Hugo will be spoilt by five children this Father’s Day. He will have his 14-year-old son Tyler and seven-year-old Ethiopian born daughter Harna. Plus three foster children. Mr Hugo and his wife Adele had always wanted a big family. But when fate stopped them at one, the couple had to reconsider their dreams. “It …

6 years ago