Thursday October 1, 2020
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Hats off to you Harold

Hats off to you Harold

Harold Murphy isn’t afraid of a bit of hard work, and it shows after clocking up an impressive 50 years service with McCain Foods. Beginning as a 24-year-old, Harold first worked out in the field, on the pea and bean harvesters as a short term casual before heading out bush once the season was over. In 1970 Harold was again offered the chance to work the harvester and agreed, on the proviso it...
Road Kops a flogging

Road Kops a flogging

Heavy rains and neglect have wreaked havoc on local country roads and sparked conversations regarding access into local attractions such as the Spion Kop barbecue area. Locals are looking for answers as to who is responsible and what is being done for the popular spots off the beaten track. With large sections of the road washed away, fallen trees and debris the road is really only suitable...
Tradies pull up their socks

Tradies pull up their socks

Clark Windows workers have rallied behind a good cause, purchasing and wearing pink beanies and socks to wear as part of the Breast Cancer Network of Australia’s Pink Tradie fundraiser. When labourer Kyle Everett heard that one of his footy mates, Tristan McCulloch, was running the campaign after the loss of his mum earlier that year, it didn’t take long for him to pitch the idea with a few of...
Greenham backs Agritas project

Greenham backs Agritas project

Greenham Tasmania has confirmed its strong support for new developments at Agritas Trade College by committing $340,000 to the new artisan cheese factory. “We have been long term supporters of Agritas and we are delighted to make this considerable donation to further the interest of this community project,” said Managing Director Peter Greenham Jr in announcing the funding. “Agritas is...
Community bank celebrates  first lap around the sun

Community bank celebrates first lap around the sun

After a full year of service in Circular Head the wider community are the ones to benefit, with 80 per cent of annual profit put back into the business every year.  Since opening the doors on June 19, 2019 Bendigo Bank has put $10000 back into the hands of locals in the form of grants and sponsorships. On opening day ten community organisations and initiatives received financial support...
Back in business

Back in business

Local not-for-profit Treasure Chest are set to reopen on June 29 after COVID-19 forced the doors closed early this year. Donations are being accepted again from June 22nd, to allow for quarantine, with a few new rules and regulations. Manager Keith Saward says that donations will still be collected out the back, but requests that only saleable and clean items are donated. As a COVID safety...

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