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Julius River back on track

Julius River back on track

The barbecue shelter at Julius River has been restored after a significant act of vandalism that was labelled a disgraceful act by Mayor Daryl Quilliam. “Council was disgusted to hear of the deliberate destruction of reserve infrastructure.”  Julius River Reserve forms part of the Tarkine Drive experience and was refurbished in 2018.  The pedestrian timber bridges on the Rainforest...
Straight in the pool room

Straight in the pool room

Following on from their success at the State Titles, Marliah and Jonty McIvor will now represent Tasmania in January at the Australian Eightball Championships in Albury. Jonty, a seasoned player, came away with another notch on his belt claiming the Under 18 state title and adding another trophy to the growing collection.  Playing competitive eightball since he was nine, Jonty has won...
Supporting women worldwide

Supporting women worldwide

Gill Buxton from the Devonport chapter of Days for Girls spoke at the Rotary Club of Smithton meeting Tuesday evening, August 13. Days for Girls organisation provides sanitary products for women in need, in particular in third world conditions, by providing access to menstrual care, education and everyday items. Gill spoke to the Rotary members about the results delivered by the local chapter...
Vietnam sacrifice honoured

Vietnam sacrifice honoured

Vietnam Veterans Day is on Sunday, August 18 welcoming the community to honour those who served in Vietnam and reflect on the sacrifice that war brings. The local service will be held at ANZAC Park, Smithton, Sunday morning at 11am. The Vietnam Veterans Service was first held in 2016 by the Circular Head RSL Centenary Committee, and it marked the 50th Anniversary of the Battle for Long...
Fire concerns on the lookout

Fire concerns on the lookout

The scenic lookout at Tier Hill has residents concerned this approaching bushfire season. The size of the trees, increased vegetation over the years and lack of maintenance are on top of the list of things that need addressing according to near-by resident, Maleena Carson. With the recent bushfire gripping much of the state earlier this year, the fear that it could easily happen again is...
Little legends

Little legends

The Little Athletics committee are crying out for help to keep their club afloat. Youngsters with an interest in athletics could be left out in the cold as Circular Head’s Little Athletics club continues to shrink. A drastic decline in numbers over the last four years now means the club has shrunk to less than a third of its original size. Committee numbers are also on the decline. A few...

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