Saturday April 17, 2021
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Kerrie escapes her desk

Kerrie escapes her desk

Kerrie Fraser began her tenure at Kingston Bros 50 years ago, and has given 48 years of service in her time since. After leaving school in 1971 Kerrie picked up a job in the office at Kingston’s working alongside Shirley Cameron as she picked up the basics of running the books of the business. “When I started they had me on one of those real old manual accounting machines that take up half the...
Finding the perfect wave

Finding the perfect wave

Sarah Prior fell in love with Marrawah the second she saw it. Originally hailing from Northern California Sarah has lived all over the world, calling Marrawah home since 2007. First hitting the surf scene at 17, Sarah says she was a latecomer to the water having lived in forested  and rural areas growing up. Moving to Santa Barbara with a friend Sarah fell in love with the ocean and so...
Preparation underway for games

Preparation underway for games

The Circular Head Pony Club has assembled its team for the Prince Phillip Mounted Games north west zone competition set to be held in Inglis in mid May. The games consists of a number of different games and disciplines completed by the team in competition with other clubs, and is hotly contested each year. This season the club heads into the contest with one of its stronger teams to date, with...
Sparking national conversations

Sparking national conversations

Circular Head local Tessa Moodie is putting Circular Head, Tasmania and the courage of all survivors of family violence on the national map. From an early background of family violence Tessa has grown as a survivor to become a voice for those waiting to be heard. Tessa works as the Project Coordinator for Engender Equality Advocates for Change, initially starting out as an Advocate for Change...
Calling all movers, shakers and TikTok makers

Calling all movers, shakers and TikTok makers

From this February, Aussies can register for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) inaugural national Dance for Sick Kids fundraiser.  The week-long dance challenge will take place from May 15 to 21, raising money for seriously ill and injured children and their families across the country.  By pledging to dance between 30 and 120 minutes per day for one week, all funds raised will...
Protecting or harming our heritage?

Protecting or harming our heritage?

Preparations for the annual Bob Brown Foundation takayna Trail marathon race day, which was set for Saturday March 20 and included pre-race dinner and registrations on Friday March 19 in takayna/Tarkine, north west Tasmania has come to a halt after months of preparation, with Forestry Tasmania [Sustainable Timber Tasmania] denying access to the iconic marathon...

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