Bush search effort

Rescue. An overnight search and rescue ended well for a Smithton man missing in bushland near Corinna last week. About 7.45am last Thursday, the Westpac Rescue Helicopter located the missing man, aged 59, seven kilometres from Corinna on the Western Explorer Road. Police say the man was cold and fatigued but in good health having …

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Embracing creativity

Education. Giggles Early Learning owner Linda Wooldrage is growing her vision for learning through creation and exploration. Taking inspiration from the Reggio Emilia and Montessori philosophies, Giggles has developed a glass room. “I have always wanted, always envisaged, a creative space at Giggles,” she says. The Reggio Emilia philosophy emphasises communication through creativity and embracing …

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Record racing

CHKC. Daniel Hinds broke a lap record during the qualifying lap in the first round of the WT House Betta Home Living Statewide Series at the weekend. Racing in TAG Restricted Medium, the Circular Head Kart Club member claimed the lap record with a time of 36.629 seconds in the qualifying rounds before winning the first …

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Moon Lake restructure concerns

Resignation. A disagreement over management of local farms has seen several board members step down from Moon Lake Investments. The news that all non-executive directors have resigned and VDL Farms chief executive officer Evan Rolley will not extend his contract beyond the end of June was made public on Tuesday afternoon. Speaking on behalf of …

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Giant upsets

NWFL. The Greenham Tasmania Circular Head Giants were thwarted by the Latrobe Demons during round three of the North West Football League in Smithton on Saturday. In the women’s first home game of season, the side let two opposing majors past in the first quarter before Paige Ferguson and Rachel Woods responded with one each …

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Management to meet needs

APCA. The Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area is in new hands with the re-establishment of its management committee. The newly formed committee first met in March, and again earlier this month to discuss issues important to the APCA. At the first meeting, held at Circular Head Council, all committee members were present along with regular representative from …

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Warriors ward off Saints

NWBU. A Tall Timbers Smithton Saints stalwart, Alisha Barry earned a North West Basketball Union record on Tuesday. As the Saints clashed with the Devonport Warriors, Barry notched 479 league games, overtaking previous record holder and former player Katrina Furphy. The women played a strong match however were ultimately defeated 90 to 42 while the …

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Saints rise

GNL.The Tall Timbers Smithton Saints took on Devonport in round four of the Greater Northern League on Saturday. The home side shot out firing as Richard Cornish posted a goal for the Saints to lead as the second half ensued. Mistakes were made by Devonport allowing Smithton to take advantage of presented opportunities and utilise …

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Tigers’ strong contest

CHHA. The Division Three games unleashed high scoring in round three of the Circular Head Hockey Association. Meeting on Saturday, Tigers dominated against Irishtown as Sarah Kay claimed six goals alongside two goals from Andy Crole, and one each from Jodi Smith, Melissa Dodd and Stacey Champion-Williams. The side claimed the uncontested victory, 11-0. On Monday, …

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Canaries cull Redlegs

CHFA. The third round of the Circular Head Football Association season saw a dominating performance from Irishtown in both the Seniors and Reserves games. With a home ground advantage, Irishtown led ahead of Redpa in the Seniors to notch seven majors while the visitors contributed one behind in the opening quarter. The onslaught continued in the …

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