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Walking for a cause

Walking for a cause

With an initial goal of $2000 in mind Smithton High School’s Relay for Life team leaders have already been blown away by the generosity of the school community to aid their quest. When Hayden ‘Roach’ Ralston casually handed over a cheque for more than $4500 to the Student Council in charge of the fundraising they were stunned. “We weren’t expecting it at all,” said Taya Schuuring. “It was...
Celebrating as one

Celebrating as one

  Harmony Day in Circular Head is set to be a celebration of our diverse community with a collaboration between Circular Head Council, Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation and Smithton Library. Coming together at West Esplanade on Saturday March 21 from 11am to 2pm there will be an array of activities and food on display from around the globe. Coordinated by the Multicultural Council of...
Legendairy team joins Relay for Life

Legendairy team joins Relay for Life

Everyday more than nine Tasmanians are diagnosed with cancer. Through Circular Head Relay for Life, funds raised in Tasmania for the Cancer Council Tasmania are used to provide support and prevention services in Circular Head for those impacted by cancer.  Circular Head has helped to raise more than $606,000 through Relay for Life, raising an incredible $45,800 at the last event in...
A shucking good time

A shucking good time

A family dinner table conversation in 1975 about oyster production piqued Jon Poke’s interest, leading to a 40 year passion in the industry.  Wanting to know more, Jon contacted Allen Hansen to explore the opportunity and Bolduans Bay Oysters was born.  Purchasing 1.5 metre sticks for catching natural spac or oyster larvae in the Tamar River, the first few years from 1976 to ’78 were...
Devil of a good time

Devil of a good time

Dust off your boots and shine up your belt buckles it’s almost time to head out to Trawmanna for the annual Devil Country Muster.  With gates opening to the camp grounds on Monday February 10, you can look forward to a week of Circular Head’s finest talent and with some big names set to appear on stage you won’t be disappointed.  “It’s a big job, we start planning the next year...
Another win for Arnold

Another win for Arnold

Britney Arnold has cleaned up yet another win after taking out the Grade 3 Juniors title at a one day event in Inglis on Sunday January 19. The event is graded across three disciplines, dressage, cross country and show jumping. “After dressage I was sitting third with a 3.5 point gap between myself and the leader,” said Arnold. With the cross country leg of the event up next, Arnold knew she...

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