Vaccination for meningococcal

Free. The state government has extended the free vaccination program against meningococcal disease to every Tasmanian aged between six weeks and 20 years, those born from August 1, 1997. This cohort has been identified as the group at greatest risk of contracting and spreading the disease. Meningococcal disease is a rare but serious condition. Typically in …

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Splitters’ challenge

Team. The knives will be out and flashing in the great splitters’ match race as part of the inaugural Tassie Scallop Fiesta at Bridport this weekend. Splitters from Stanley Bay Scallops have laid down the challenge to their compatriots at Bridport in the north east to find the fastest knife on the splitting floor. Scallop …

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Art About Town on point

Accolade. Circular Head Council has been recognised in the 2018 Local Government Awards for Excellence for an inclusive community project. It was the local Art About Town initiative that earned the council the win in the Delivering Excellence – Smaller Councils category for populations under 15,000. The month-long celebration of art and culture throughout Circular …

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Hockey reaches heights

CHHA. As Circular Head Hockey Association eases into the end of the season, Division Two’s Tigers and Irishtown demonstrated a strong and stubborn contest. Both teams came out firing into the first term, moving the ball from backline to backline. Irishtown put the first score on the board when Georgie Finch broke out of defence …

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Irishtown soar ahead

CHFA. Circular Head Football Association concluded its home and away season with a one point thriller and a more than 100 point thrasher on Saturday. Ladder leader Irishtown took on bottom of the ladder Redpa on home ground, dominating in attack. Redpa was forced to play a defensive game but were strict in applying pressure …

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Voice for Circular Head

Labor. Re-elected Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay said she remained committed to doing the best job possible for the Circular Head community. “From back in 2016 when I first began campaigning it was clear there were a number of local issues in the district that needed addressing,” Ms Keay said on Wednesday. “I was …

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