MG outlook to be discussed

Forecast. Murray Goulburn is set to host a supplier briefing in Smithton on Tuesday, following similar meetings across Victoria this week. Murray Goulburn Co-operative Co. Limited (MG) has invited suppliers to join chairman Philip Tracy, local directors, interim CEO David Mallinson, and executive general manager supplier relations Robert Poole for a business outlook and trading …

3 years ago

Kid’s Drop In Clinic 

Health. Parents are welcome to attend a ‘Kid’s Drop In Clinic’ in Smithton in two weeks’ time to discuss any concerns about their child’s development with a health professional. Concerns can be discussed with a physiotherapist, podiatrist, or psychologist and speech pathologist for children aged from birth to five, as well as an autism spectrum …

3 years ago

Tourism to prosper: CHTA

Regional. The Circular Head Tourism Association (CHTA) is backing the Cradle Mountain Master Plan saying tourism in the western part of Tasmanian is dependent upon it. “Cradle Mountain is the drawcard for visitors into the region and without investment and a major regeneration, visitor numbers will not be maintained and our local economy could suffer …

3 years ago
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Real good realtors

Excellence. Harcourts Circular Head continually strives for the best possible result, so it is fitting that two employees were recently awarded for their dedication. In the past two quarters, property portfolio manager Lynne Greene and sales consultant Mandy Cox were recipients of four awards between them. Still relatively new to the real estate game, Ms …

3 years ago

Locals venture to premier event

Culture. As local custom has it, Circular Head residents young and old will head to Carrick next weekend for the state’s premier agricultural event, Agfest. Presented by the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania and held at the Quercus Rural Youth Park from Thursday May 5 to Saturday May 7, the calendar event allows Circular Head …

3 years ago

Paws galore at Stanley

Fundraiser. Hold the poochie play dates and Schmackos and instead ask man’s best friend along to the Stanley RSPCA Million Paws Walk. On Sunday May 15, millions of furry paws and human feet will be pounding pavements, ovals, bush tracks and beaches throughout Australia, raising money for the RSPCA’s vital work in animal care and protection …

3 years ago
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