Digital history buff needed

Forests. Retired scientist Bob Mesibov wants a passionate local, or local group, to take over a website he created which delves into Circular Head’s forest history. The website was registered in 2013 and features the latest story headlined: ‘Timber companies bribed Forestry officers!’ “A headline like that would be pretty sensational today, and it was …

5 years ago
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Boost your business

Tourism. The Cradle Coast Authority is inviting local tourist operators to showcase their businesses in a search for the north west and west coast’s best assets. The 2014 Win Television Cradle Coast Tourism Awards reward operators and individuals who demonstrate excellence in the tourism industry, providing an opportunity “to raise profile and reputation” while also …

5 years ago

Harcourts’ new direction

Real estate. Harcourts will now come under the umbrella of Landmark Harcourts, following the purchase of the Circular Head office by Tasmanian Rural Properties. Tasmanian Rural Properties, which operates the state-wide Landmark Harcourts franchise for the sale of rural property, announced the purchase of the real-estate business earlier this month. Former director Tony Maguire said …

5 years ago

A taste of Spain

Music. Multi-skilled guitarist Matthew Fagan will be bringing a unique performance to Stanley this weekend paying tribute to his “Virtuoso ancestors” with a Spanish and classical guitar showcase. Having rubbed shoulders with the likes of Scottish performer Billy Connolly who described him as “the best guest artist I have toured with”, Fagan is currently touring …

5 years ago

Dip Falls bridge closure

Works. Construction to replace the current bridge at Dip Falls is set to start on Monday next week (March 31), with the Circular Head Council advising the bridge will be reopened on Friday April 11. Mayor Daryl Quilliam said the car park area, barbecue, toilets and northern steps will remain accessible to visitors during this …

5 years ago
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Smithton Wharf on track

Update. Smithton’s new wharf structure is expected to be completed by end of the week, following about six months of works. Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam said the next step will focus on the car park. “The next step will see the car park being prepared for asphalting and we anticipate these works will be …

5 years ago

Small steps, huge hearts

Event. The Circular Head community once again proved how it can band together during times of need, with a staggering total of $125,000 raised by 18 teams in the weekend’s Relay For Life. Intermittent periods of rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the 540 walkers that took part in the 22-hour event, with a mix …

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