Salmon farming concerns

Industry. The Wild Fishers Against Fin Fish Farms group will host a public meeting next week. The local group comprises professional and recreational fishermen who oppose the prospect of the salmon farming industry expanding into north west waters. A report released last year by the Circular Head Regional Economic Development Working Group identified the potential …

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Master footballer

Recognition. Smithton Football Club stalwart Kelvin Popowski has received a Life Membership to the national AFL Masters. In a playing career that has spanned close to four decades, Popowski first took to the park in 1982 with the Under 17 side at Trowutta Football Club. Venturing to the Under 19 side at Smithton Football Club …

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Saints games update

NWBU.  The Tall Timbers Smithton Saints played round two of the North West Basketball Union in Latrobe on Friday. The women took to the court first to see the Latrobe Demons win 76-66 before the men met and the Latrobe Demons earned the victory, 94-84. Round three of the league will be played tomorrow (Friday …

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Demons dominate Acton

BCL. In the Burnie Cricket League, Smithton hosted Riana on Saturday while Forest Stanley travelled to meet with Acton. The Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons batted the first innings to reach a whopping 5/316 in their 50 overs. In the second innings, the visitors kept their opponents to 8/223 to gain the victory. Impressing with …

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Irishtown through to final

CHCA. Circular Head Cricket Association played its final rostered round on Saturday where Forest Stanley defeated Trowutta Combine in Stanley. Trowutta Combine batted first to earn 145 runs from 38 overs before Forest Stanley made a total of 149 from 29 overs in the second innings. In the second game of the round, Irishtown hosted …

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Feast on this

Friendship. The Wells Wragg Banquet team has supported Relay for Life in Circular Head since the first relay in 2008. The team is a combination of staff at Wells Wragg Pharmacy and members of the Bawdy Banquet plus family members and friends. Playing to the motto of ‘laughter is the best medicine’ is not a …

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Walking together

Fundraiser. Show your support by walking, says Sue-ella Thorp ahead of this year’s Relay for Life event. A member of The Allsorts, Sue-ella says the team has been walking since the first relay in 2008. “We have had a team of all sorts of people walk each relay,” hence the name. “Our group is primarily …

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Co-op results

MG. Financial results released by Murray Goulburn show the co-operative’s milk intake, of 1.1 billion litres, in the first half of the 2018-19 financial year was 29.9 per cent lower. Ari Mervis, chief executive officer at MG, says the decrease in milk supply from the same time the previous year is a result of the dairy …

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It started with a coffee

Fundraiser. At a Sunday lunch in December 2007 a group of seven friends discussed forming a team in Circular Head’s first Relay for Life, to be held in March the following year. But, what to name them? The four ladies, friends connected with Edith Creek Primary School, often had coffee or lunch together. Lunch or …

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One day event

Qualifier. Circular Head Pony Club is preparing to host its annual one day event this Sunday. The club will host more than 100 riders from across the state in the qualifying round for the State Championships. Club members have been working around the clock to complete new jumps and prepare the course ahead of the …

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