Tigers vanquish Redlegs

CHFA. The success of Scotchtown in round five of the Circular Head Football Association can be put down to team support, says coach Brent Burgess. “Our midfielders, Jordan Williams and Ben Poke, really led the way and 15-year-old Brandon Woolley again showed why he is a star of the future, with his crumbing ability up …

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Stop, token time!

Competition. With your weekly edition of the Chronicle at the ready, get set for collecting! Over the coming weeks, one golden token will be hidden in each copy of your local newspaper, waiting to be discovered. Simply pick up a copy of the Chronicle, scour the pages for the token of the week, carefully cut …

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Delivering jobs, innovation

Investment. Britton Timbers will employ an additional five people upon the completion of its High Value Timber Drying Improvement Project. Expected to be completed by the end of the year, the works have also created five jobs throughout construction.  Britton Timbers director Shawn Britton met with Liberal Senator for Tasmania Richard Colbeck and Candidate for …

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Placement to practice

Education. Rural Clinical School students experienced life in the field last week as part of Rural Week. At the end of their stay, the group made a presentation to Circular Head Council and hosts Rotary Club of Smithton on what they had been up to during the annual University of Tasmania placement program. Among those …

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Fierce round five

CHHA. Tigers clinched a victory in round five of the Circular Head Hockey Association on Saturday in Division Two against Robins. The strength of Melissa Stokes, Connie Perry and Karlette Perry pushed the victorious side into offence as Leah House and Jess Wyllie, of Robins, stood firm in defence. Laura Korpershoek and Lara Porteus-Smith claimed …

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Home game stamina

NWFL. A guest appearance from former Collingwood and Western Bulldogs forward Travis Cloke assisted the Greenham Tasmania Circular Head Giants in round five in Smithton on Saturday. The North West Football League clash with Penguin launched Circular Head to fifth on the ladder as the home side recorded a second victory for the season. The …

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Wellbeing outing

Event. The Rocky Cape Lions Club is this weekend hosting its Health and Wellbeing Expo, a chance to explore holistic health.  The third biennial event will showcase an array of natural and alternative therapies, home grown produce and preserves, and information for locals to peruse this Mother’s Day. “We hope community members come out to …

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Local churches on sale list

Redress. The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania has included two local churches in a preliminary list of properties proposed for sale. St Paul’s Church in Stanley and St Bartholomew’s Church in Forest are among the 108 properties proposed for sale by the Anglican Church in Tasmania to form a redress fund.  The fund will cover $8 …

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Making a difference

Event. Rotary International is this year following the theme of Making a Difference.  With this in mind, the Rotary Club of Smithton aims to make an impact on a local, national and international level.  In the past, the club has supported local students Kurtis Maher and Callum Poke in attending the National Youth Science Forum …

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Scout’s honour

Achievement. Smithton teenager Callum Somerville has received the highest honour a scout can achieve, and it is thanks to his ‘give it a go’ attitude. The Queen’s Scout Award is the highest youth award achievable in the scouting movement in the Commonwealth realms, where scouts operate under the patronage of Queen Elizabeth II. To achieve …

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