Police operation

Crime. Irishtown man Graham John Enniss was arrested on Mawbanna Road, just south of the Bass Highway yesterday following a police operation. Mr Enniss was wanted by police in relation to a spate of property related crime in the Circular Head area and the theft of firearms from the Black River area. At approximately 6.30pm on …

3 years ago

Clean school, happy pupils

Environment. One rubbish bag at a time, Circular Head’s youngest conservationists are making a difference. Smithton Primary School’s prep to grade six students got to work cleaning up their school on Friday afternoon as part of ‘National Recycling Week’ (November 9-15), a Planet Ark initiative. The students took time out from the classroom to appreciate …

3 years ago

Enniss arrested

Crime. Circular Head man Graham John Enniss has been taken into custody following a protracted police investigation. Tasmania Police investigations are continuing into property-related crime in the Circular Head area relating to the arrest, with further details released tomorrow morning. Mr Enniss is assisting detectives with these enquiries. The Bass Highway at Peggs Beach has been closed …

3 years ago
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A change in tempo

Recreation. Young Jacob Carter enjoys the action of racing and the idle tempo of lawn bowls. After discovering the sport 12 months ago, if the 14-year-old can’t be found on a dirt race track he will be on the lawn bowls green in Smithton. An invitation from Roger Carter Mechanical worker Neville Foggo to fill …

3 years ago

Native tree poisoned

Crime. Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam has expressed his frustration at the deliberate poisoning of a tree at the Eastern Esplanade in Smithton. Cr Quilliam said the council was looking at a cost of more than $2000 to remove and replace the eucalypt, which would have been at least 30-years-old Council will be undertaking works …

3 years ago

Are you man enough?

Message. Soroptimist International of Circular Head is challenging men to ‘Walk the Talk’ against domestic violence next Saturday by asking: ‘Are you man enough to wear heels?’ The group is inviting the community to join their annual walk through Smithton’s CBD in support of the national campaign to increase awareness and put a stop to …

3 years ago

Building century-worthy bats

Creation. Scoring a century is something all cricketers strive for and for Irishtown’s Sean Ryan his fifth century had an added sense of accomplishment. Starting his career with Irishtown Cricket Club in the early ’90s, it was Ryan’s 123 not out at the weekend that was exceptionally significant, in that he had hand-crafted the bat …

3 years ago
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Person of interest

Crime. Police wish to speak to 29-year-old Circular Head man Graham John Enniss. Detectives believe Mr Enniss can assist with investigations into property-related crime which has occurred in the Circular Head area over recent weeks. Police also believe he may be able to help with enquiries concerning a motor vehicle stolen from the Bass Highway …

3 years ago

Rec lights up for Cup

Cricket. Things are heating up as TC Blues and Marrawah cricket clubs play for bragging rights and the ‘Light Up the Rec’ Cup this weekend. What started as a novelty night game last year in commemoration of the installation of new lights at the Smithton Recreation Ground, is hoped to become a frequent occurrence as …

3 years ago

A spectacular partnership

U16s. In Circular Head Cricket Association’s round two junior action on Saturday, it was Vincent O’Halloran’s 103 not out that was the highlight in what was a great partnership with Caleb Riley. But it wasn’t enough as Marrawah beat Forest Stanley by 42 runs in a high-scoring game at Forest Primary. Marrawah amassed an impressive …

3 years ago