Cha-ching for community

Update. The steering committee of Circular Head’s Community Bank is asking locals to put pen to paper to achieve the next phase of the project. A survey will be posted to all residents this month in order to gain clarity on the bank’s prospects. Steering committee chairman Tom Glynn says taking just 10 minutes to …

4 weeks ago 0

Bushfire survey

Research. Participants are needed to take part in an online survey of community bushfire preparation and response in Tasmania. The research, undertaken by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre in partnership with CQUniversity, aims to improve community bushfire safety in Tasmania by collating the views and decisions of households living in areas at …

5 months ago 0

Road safety

Forum. Every person is a road user and has a responsibility for road safety. The Road Safety Advisory Council is developing the ‘Towards Zero – Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2017-2026’, and wants your input on how to improve road safety and strive for a zero road toll in Tasmania. Although the road toll is trending …

2 years ago
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Survey results complete

Council. More than 150 local residents have completed a survey rating Circular Head Council’s performance. In terms of services, respondents prioritised kerbside garbage and recycling collection service, rural sealed roads, rural roadside management, urban roads and the waste transfer station. A total of 75.5 per cent of people surveyed recorded the Chronicle as the preferred media …

2 years ago

Council seeks community views

Survey. Circular Head Council is asking locals to complete a survey to help identify how effectively the council communicates and provides for the community. Waratah-Wynyard Council is also conducting the survey, which anonymously seeks the views of ratepayers on the the current standards of services. The surveys will be repeated every two years in order for …

3 years ago

What can scientists do for CH?

Survey. A new survey will run for the month of August asking Tasmanians: “What do you want scientists to do for your community?” One entrant will win an iPad for their response. Innovation, Science and Technology Minister David O’Byrne, launched the survey to coincide with the National Science Week program. He said the survey asks what …

4 years ago