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Saints superfans surprised

Saints superfans surprised

Chris Morris and Robert Palmer are two of the most one-eyed true blue St Kilda fans you will ever meet, and their halos shone a little brighter after a surprise call from an emerging superstar last week. When Emmerton Park worker Gaylene De Jonge, a fellow Saints fan, called the club to renew her membership, she got to chatting with the club representative about two prominent figures around the...
Angelique takes the chair

Angelique takes the chair

Circular Head local Angelique Korpershoek has assumed the interim position of Chair of the DairyTas board following the announcement that Tony Clarke would be standing down due to the sale of his farm.  Angelique is well known throughout the industry and has been farming with her husband Isaac in Forest since 2008, where they run a 300 cow Autumn calving Holstein Friesian...
World’s cutest shellfish

World’s cutest shellfish

It’s been a year like no for HIPPY Smithton (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters), and having taken over as Program Coordinator in January Dee Beriya was thrown into the deep end.  “Both myself and Emma Thompson (Assistant Coordinator) feel that it has been a both a challenge and a privilege to [run the program] through COVID but we have a really strong team this year, an...
The bells will ring

The bells will ring

On August 15, 2020 we commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Victory in the Pacific and the end of World War Two.  On that day, the Imperial Japanese Army unconditionally surrendered to the Allies and the Second World War ended. World War Two was of particular significance for Tasmania; providing more than 30,000 service personnel from a population of just 250,000. It is also estimated that...
Students producing the goods

Students producing the goods

Smithton High School is abuzz with activity as students and teachers adjust to thinking outside of the square when it comes to everyday learning. While the education department have put large scale school events on hold in the face of COVID-19, it has become the task of the teachers and mentors at the school to come up with a new way to engage students in hands on experiences. Smithton High...
Little Aths to hit the track

Little Aths to hit the track

A call out to keep Circular Head Little Athletics alive has resulted in a full committee ready to put their hands up for a successful season come October. The new committee consists of Jessica Tomlinson, President, Jason Moles, Vice President, Peter McKenzie, Secretary/Treasurer and general committee members Melinda Armstrong, Lauren Grey and Kristen Johnson. “We want to see the kids out there...

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