Plans. Roundabout to ease congestion

Circular Head Council will commence consultation and planning for a roundabout at the Goldie Street and Sampson Avenue junction in Smithton.  Concerns about congestion in the area, from school traffic and vehicles turning from Goldie Street onto Sampson Avenue, led the council to last year commission a report by GHD. The report recommended a roundabout …

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Modelling good deeds

Competition. Annalise Monson has a dream to become the next Australian Supermodel of the Year. To get there, she has been working away at the modelling side of things and now looks to the community for their support. The 19-year-old Smithton local is asking people to back her by liking social media posts related to …

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CHCA. Ten-wicket win for Irishtown

In round two of the Circular Head Cricket Association, victories went to Marrawah and Irishtown. Playing in Smithton, Marrawah took the bat in the first innings against Trowutta Combine. Contributions from Matthew Saward (89), Mitchell Heald (24), Shane Babcock (17) and Marcus Popowski (12) early in the piece assisted the side in reaching 9/183 in …

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Study. Rotary bursary open

Year 12 leavers and mature age students are invited to apply for the 2019 Rotary Bursary. The Rotary Club of Smithton fund offers $2500 to a student continuing their studies in Tasmania or a mature age student heading into further education. Selection will be based on need as well as interest and involvement in the …

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Pool takes shape

Update. The new local wellbeing centre will have a roof by next week, if weather allows. A milestone in the $12 million project, the completion of the roofing was delayed by wild weather conditions at the start of the week. The roofing over the pool is lined with specialist insulation allowing for heating efficiency and …

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Perch to see penguins

Opening. Stanley’s new viewing platform is ready for use. The Parks and Wildlife Service project aims to reduce impacts on penguins by protecting nesting habitat while providing a better experience for visitors to the site. “Experiences for viewing native wildlife in their natural habitat are a key part of Tasmania’s tourism appeal,” says Adam Brooks, …

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Bowls. Resurfaced green a step closer

The Smithton Saints found the going tough against quality opposition in Latrobe during Bowls North West’s Mixed Division One competition last Thursday. Karen Neilson’s rink gained one point for a draw while Cherylle Pedley’s rink earned two valuable points for the Division Three team. The addition of Ross Arnold and Michael Berechree in the Mixed …

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Sounds of Emmerton Park

Radio. The familiar voice of Chris Morris echoes throughout the hallways of Emmerton Park every week. At a live broadcast with an audience of residents, staff, volunteers and visitors watching on, the volunteer radio host hit the airwaves for the 400th time last Tuesday. “This was the biggest sit down audience I ever had,” Chris …

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CNW. Colts take control

The Circular Head Colts Under 15 team displayed a strong standing against Latrobe Demons in round two of the Cricket North West competition on Sunday. The Colts won the toss to take the bat, starting with openers Jotham Saward (34) and Cooper Mallinson (10). The pair partnered to lead the side in a strong start …

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Stars outshine opponents

BCL. Circular Head’s Burnie Cricket League representatives remain at the top of the game in both the A Reserve and A Grade competitions. Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars and Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons gained victories against West Ridgley and Acton respectively, during round five of the season on Saturday. Taking on the opposition at …

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