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Enduring love at Platinum wedding anniversary

Enduring love at Platinum wedding anniversary

Rita and Roy House were married at El Nathan Gospel Hall in Smithton 70 years ago on November 14, 1953. The now 90-year-olds recently celebrated this amazing milestone with their family and friends including all seven of their children and spouses, as well as many of their 20 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Family travelled from all over Australia to enjoy the celebrations. Rita and...
SHS Year 11/12 Award winners of 2023

SHS Year 11/12 Award winners of 2023

Smithton High School secondary students have been recognised for their outstanding achievements, as well as farewelling the year 12 leavers at last week’s awards ceremony. Lara Johnston received a number of awards including the Smithton High School Academic Achievement Award, Thomas Randall-Ardle also received a number of awards including the Circular Head Sub-Branch Incorporated of the Returned...
16 Days of Activism is Wired for Change

16 Days of Activism is Wired for Change

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign that kicks off on November 25, and runs until December 10.  This year’s theme is ‘Wired for Change: Technology’s Impact on Gender Abuse’, which looks at the impact that technology has had in shaping gender-based abuse and violence; how it has been a force for bad but also how it has impacted the...
CH roots at unveiling of unique artwork

CH roots at unveiling of unique artwork

Bundjalung artist, Gyspsy Draven, Don College Principal John Thompson, and inaugural national 2022 Ampol Best All Rounder recipient, Aaliah Dennison, at the unveiling of Ms Draven’s artwork at Don College in Devonport. Miss Dennison’s family line stems from the Circular Head region and obtained the services of local artist Ms Draven to bring their vision to life.  Read more in the...
Vinnies Van looking for volunteers

Vinnies Van looking for volunteers

The newly re-opened Vinnies Hub in Smithton are seeking volunteers in the coming months to rally around community members in need over the Christmas period. Smithton Vinnies Hub’s Bronte Hughes says that help is always welcome. “We are always looking for new volunteers. Currently we won’t have a van over Christmas and New Years, because we don’t have the number of volunteers available.” If you...
Passport to learning

Passport to learning

St Peter Chanel Catholic School are the first school in the Circular Head Region to join Children's University. The school currently has 14 students who have joined, since introducing in the middle of Term Three. The program collaborates with schools and the community to inspire children and young people aged seven to 14, fostering their confidence and nurturing curiosity through a wide range...

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