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It’s Friday Frenzy time

It’s Friday Frenzy time

Circular Head is set to commence it’s 21st Annual Friday Frenzy this Friday July 8, 2022. 23 of our local retailers have come together to offer customers the chance to shop, save and socialise this year. The Friday Frenzy is a much anticipated retail event in Smithton with one day of deals to delight everyone - from surf wear to chicken food, our retailers have got you covered!   Pick...
Tunnel Rats acknowledged

Tunnel Rats acknowledged

Geoffrey John Coombs was born in Smithton Tasmania on December 25 1945. He was the eldest of six children, to Marie and Harry Coombes. At the age of 21, Coombes enlisted for the Australian Army, where he joined the 3 Troop 1st Field Squadron and headed off to defend his country and allies in Vietnam. Coombs was deployed as an Engineer, otherwise known exclusively as a ‘Tunnel...
Changes coming for chamber

Changes coming for chamber

The Stanley Chamber of Commerce is set for a minor shake-up with the departure of former Chairperson, Bernard Atkins, who stepped down from the role at their recent AGM, held in June. Mr Atkins was the original Chairperson of the chamber when it was formed in 2005. Since then he has been at the helm for 15 out of 17 years that the chamber has been in existence. What began as a vision to...
New visitor centre a must see

New visitor centre a must see

New Visitor Centre a must see The Circular Head Visitor Information centre is open for business and is your one stop shop for all the things to see and do right here on the doorstep of our unique region. Located in the brand new Duck River Pavilion at 12 Nelson Street Smithton, the information centre shares its location with the recently re located Heritage Centre.
New arena for pony club

New arena for pony club

The Circular Head Pony Club have built a brand new, all-purpose outdoor arena with the assistance of  an Improving the Playing Field grant provided by the state government. The club was one of four Circular Head sporting organisations to receive  funding. Club volunteer Jenny Poke said the process had been a long one but the reward far outweighed the amount of time spent submitting the...
National award for real estate guru

National award for real estate guru

Circular Head’s very own Nutrien Harcourts Sales Consultant, Tony Maguire, has come away from the Harcourts National Conference with the coveted Number 1 Sales Consultant in Australia for Harcourts and Number 1 Rural Sales Consultant for Nutrien Harcourts.   Read more about Tony's accolades in the Chronicle, June 8 edition.

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