Drugs, alcohol seminar

Session. The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry will host two information sessions on drugs and alcohol in the workplace next week. With guest speakers Michael Bailey, Janelle Whitehouse and Abbey George, the sessions will cover law, policy, consultation and implementation, testing, prescribed medications, implications and the cost to business. The free workshops will be …

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Giant struggles

NWFL. The Greenham Tasmania Circular Head Giants conceded two behinds in the opening minutes of round eight of the North West Football League before retaliating with four majors. The Giants met with Wynyard Cats on Smithton soil on Saturday, gaining scoreboard advantage by the first break. Circular Head slipped to follow three points behind Wynyard …

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Robins dual Irishtown 

CHHA. In round eight of the Circular Head Hockey Association, Division Two teams Robins and Irishtown met in a hard fought match.  The Robins defensive outfit of goalkeeper Jenny Poke and fullbacks Leah House and Laura Carins frustrated Irishtown as multiple penalty corners were denied a conversion.  Jess Wyllie and Laura Korpershoek provided strength in …

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Demons, Canaries conquer

CHFA. Forest Stanley and Irishtown collected Seniors and Reserves victories during round seven of the Circular Head Football Association on Saturday while Redpa claimed wins in the junior contests. Irishtown played a strong and fast paced game against Scotchtown in front of a home crowd as Kurt Everett led the Canaries with six majors throughout …

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Winter motoring

Caution. With the winter weather setting in, Circular Head Community Road Safety Committee is urging motorists to use diligence. As the daylight hours are reduced and wet weather increases, the committee continues to advocate the Look Out For Your Mates campaign since its origins in 2010. Motorists are urged to reduce speed, be patient while …

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Wellbeing works

Update. Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre contractors Stubbs Constructions have completed a critical stage in the development.  The Burnie based building contractor will now fill the perimeter of the pools with soil after water testing confirmed the structural integrity of the new aquatic centre.  Stubbs’ managing director Wayne Licht said the process is a significant …

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Home game action

GNL. The Tall Timbers Smithton Saints men required a shift in mindset during round seven of the Greater Northern League as the side attempted to regain its competitive edge. The high tempo of the game was set immediately, producing slick ball movement from both Smithton and South Burnie in a spectacular show for spectators. Scoring …

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