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Smithton Primary voted School of the Year

Smithton Primary voted School of the Year

Smithton Primary School have won an amazing $5000 by being voted School of the Year. “We certainly could have gone with flashy new play equipment, or built a fancy golden statue of Mr Smith, but the way I see it, our school is going well, and our kids are enjoying being here, so we don’t need any more entertainment. We’ve got the school in a place where it is calm and settled, so let’s continue...
Seven Up to benefit from Dice Run

Seven Up to benefit from Dice Run

The Tarkine Dice Run is fast approaching, with the annual charity ride this year supporting community youth centre, Seven-up. Now in its third year, the Tarkine Dice Run sees participants travel in bikes and done up cars around the Tarkine Loop taking in the unique scenery of Smithton, Trowutta, the Julius River, Arthur River, and Marrawah, before heading back to Smithton. The date for this...
Black Dog Ride rolls into town

Black Dog Ride rolls into town

Black Dog Ride began in 2009 as a ride to raise awareness of depression, evolving into a national charity involving thousands of Australians who have raised millions for mental health programs and fostered mental health awareness around the nation, and last Saturday it made its way to Circular Head as part of the Tasmanian edition of its biannual National State Ride. Almost 50 riders began...
CH carers bucking stereotypical trend

CH carers bucking stereotypical trend

Eli Arnold and Jett Grey continue to buck the trend as the two young Circular Head locals forge ahead in their employment with Wyndarra in the Support Services department. After graduating from the Circular Head Christian School at the end of 2022, 19-year-old Arnold was unsure what came next as he contemplated a ga      p year before potentially commencing...
Bowled over with positivity at season launch

Bowled over with positivity at season launch

The Circular Head Community Bank Cricket Club held their season launch last Friday night at the Bridge Hotel Smithton. More than 60 players, supporters, families and sponsors packed out the dining room to acknowledge the newly formed club’s U12, U14, and Senior A-Reserve addition to various cricket north west competitions. Club President Iain Bruce welcomed everyone along and extended his...
Tallies, Hurseys shine at THA awards

Tallies, Hurseys shine at THA awards

The quality and diversity of Tasmania’s hospitality sector was on full display last week as the industry celebrated the annual Tasmanian Hospitality Association (THA) Awards for Excellence. Around 550 hospitality representatives and dignitaries gathered the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, to see the winners announced across 38 categories compromising the state’s best cafes, restaurants,...

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