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West Coast does it again

West Coast does it again

Surfers from all over Tasmania were warmly welcomed to the West Coast by outrageous surf and warm weather for the 47th annual West Coast Classic. The competition, which is one of the premiere events on the Surf Tasmania calendar, was supported with one of the deepest fields in the competition’s history. “The West Coast delivered this weekend,” Event Organiser Glenn Saltmarsh said of the...
State Trials a huge success

State Trials a huge success

The Circular Head Pony Club played host to riders from across Tasmania over the long weekend for the State Trials. More than 120 cars were in the carpark just prior to midday on Sunday, with spectators flooding in to see riders take on the expertly constructed Cross Country course. Jumping the first obstacle is CHPC’s only Grade One representative David Gardiner. See more in The Chronicle,...
Blizzards puts hand up

Blizzards puts hand up

Circular Head Councillor Gerard Blizzard has confirmed that he will be contesting the Mayoral position at the council election in October. Current Mayor Daryl Quilliam has officially announced he will not be standing for a fifth straight term, having held the role for 15 consecutive years. He has been a member of council for 29 years in total, according to the Circular Head Council’s...
President honoured with Membership

President honoured with Membership

Circular Head Agricultural Show Society President Tony Hine has been recognised for his continuous service and dedication with a Life Membership. Tony has served as President of the Society for seven consecutive terms, working tirelessly to steer the committee through the challenges of COVID-19.   Read more about Tony's efforts in The Chronicle, February 23 edition.
Price hike here to stay

Price hike here to stay

Ampol operator Andrew Arnold says that its not uncommon for wait times to reach three to four hours at the moment, and with more than 50,000 litres of fuel flowing into Circular Head daily, he is feeling the squeeze like never before, currently sending two trucks through to Burnie or alternatively the Bell Bay terminal every day. Read more in The Chronicle, February 23 edition.
Ship Inn Nation’s best

Ship Inn Nation’s best

Ship Inn Stanley has continued to go from strength to strength this week, taking out Best Superior Accommodation at the Australian Hotels Association National Award for Excellence. Ship Inn was among three other Tasmanian businesses taking out awards, with Cataract on Patterson, Saffire Freycinet and MACq01 also being commended. “It’s amazing, we are so thrilled,” Co-Owner Kerry Houston...

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