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Kings are Redlegs for life

Kings are Redlegs for life

As part of Volunteers Week, we recognise the importance volunteers make in contributing to local communities, organisations, and everyday living. Local Circular Head resident, Erin Franks, shares her family’s dedication in volunteering for Redpa Football Club (RFC) over many years. She begins with her dad, who first associated himself with the club decades ago. To read more grab a copy of the...
MasterChef at CHCS

MasterChef at CHCS

Smithton’s Circular Head Christian School (CHCS) collaborated with Greenham to create a MasterChef inspired learning experience for the Year 9 LED class on Friday, May 17. The MasterChef cook-off competition was part of a learning unit which coincided with Careers Week, and was an extension of an excursion that the LED students participated in throughout early April. To read more grab a copy...
$2.1 million bridge repairs now complete

$2.1 million bridge repairs now complete

Recent upgrades to the Kanunnah Bridge at Arthur River have now been deemed complete. The important transport link on the popular tourist route is located at the junction of Sumac Road and Blackwater Road in the Trowutta Regional Reserve, in the state’s north west. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, May 15 edition.
Josh Perry: from TV to town

Josh Perry: from TV to town

The MasterChef Australia competition is underway, streaming on televisions all across the country, especially in the little hometown of Smithton, Tasmania, home to local MasterChef contestant and business owner, Josh Perry. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, May 15 edition.
Saints show Promise

Saints show Promise

Round four of the JMC NWFL season saw the Circular Head Saints travel to West Park to take on the Burnie Dockers. The Saints came out firing and matched the Dockers around the ground under the guidance of Steven Jackson, in the absence of Scott Hanson. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, May 8 edition.
A story of dedication, passion and drive

A story of dedication, passion and drive

With Mother’s Day being celebrated this Sunday, May 12, 2024, we recognise the women in our lives who have been an inspiration or a role model in all their achievements, including being a mum. Local business owner and mother of two, Rihanna Blakemore, shared her story on how she built Blakey’s Bites into the local business that many love and enjoy today. To read more grab a copy of the...

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