Safe boating this summer

Leisure. As the sun starts shining upon the region, Circular Head locals will begin flocking to nearby beaches and rivers. Royal Life Saving Society – Australia is asking locals to have a safe and enjoyable summer, in light of its latest report. Boating and watercraft activity has accounted for 473 drowning deaths in Australia over …

2 years ago

Recovery of land, life

Reflection. One year on since bushfires devastated our region and the landscape is slowly sprouting back to life. More than 124,742 hectares burned for two months across the state early last year, blanketing the region with thick smoke and threatening properties in remote areas of the north west. First reported on January 14, lightning strikes …

2 years ago

Heroines of Circular Head

Awards. Not all heroines wear capes, but most wear smiles. Soroptimist International of Circular Head is asking locals to think of that special heroine in their lives, the one who makes life better with their contribution. The Soroptimist ‘Unsung Heroines’ Awards are now in their fifth year, always held in March as a celebration of …

2 years ago
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Secrets of the wilderness

Fun. After a summer of learning, imagination and creation, Smithton LINC’s holiday program will culminate in an intriguing day of discovery. The free Discovery Day, hosted by Parks and Wildlife Services’ Discovery Ranger Em will be held at the Smithton Library tomorrow (Friday January 27) from 10.30am to 3pm. Open to all ages with activities …

2 years ago

CEO resigns, business as usual

VDL. Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam has said the council fully supports Moon Lake Investments following the resignation of VDL Farms chief executive officer David Beca. Mayor Quilliam said the departure of Mr Beca would not change any direction for the future of the company in Circular Head. “Council’s relationship with the company is as great …

2 years ago

Theft prevention

Cars. Tasmania Police are asking the owners of older models to help protect their vehicles as high levels of car theft continue across the state. More than 300 cars were stolen in Tasmania in the past three months and about 80 per cent of them were aged 10 years or more. Police use a wide …

2 years ago
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