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A wonderful chapter in our 118-year history

A wonderful chapter in our 118-year history

Just on two years ago I was afforded an opportunity to become a Community Reporter for the Circular Head Chronicle. News and Current Affairs has always been a great passion of mine and an opportunity to work in the media was a dream realised. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, May 1 edition.
110th ANZAC anniversary

110th ANZAC anniversary

Circular Head residents paused to reflect on Thursday, April 25, coming together across the region to recognise the 110th anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp (ANZAC’s) on the shores of Gallipoli. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, May 1 edition.
From Circular Head to East Timor – Futcher’s career in Defence

From Circular Head to East Timor – Futcher’s career in Defence

As Australians prepare to pay their respects on ANZAC Day, this week the Circular Head Chronicle caught up with former Circular Head local, and current Advisor to the F-FDTL (Falintil - Defence Force Timor Leste), Captain Mitchell Futcher, to discuss his incredible journey in the Australian Defence Force, and his current posting in East Timor. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, April 24...
Launching – North West First 1000 Days

Launching – North West First 1000 Days

Burnie Works is a collective impact initiative contributing to positive change in the areas of education, employment, justice and wellbeing for children, families and young people, and has recently announced a new partnership with the University of Tasmania (UTAS) to co-design and implement the North West First 1000 Days project. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, April 24 edition.
A celebration of youth in CH

A celebration of youth in CH

Youth Week 2024 has been celebrated across Tasmania, including right here in Circular Head, with weeklong festivities wrapping up on Friday April 12, with the annual Circular Head Youth Fest, held at Riverbend Youth Centre. To read more more grab a copy of the Chronicle, Apirl 17 edition. 
Bradbury ‘STICHED UP’ in CH

Bradbury ‘STICHED UP’ in CH

Circular Head residents are in for a real treat this Friday, April 19, as the community welcomes Olympic champion, motivational speaker, and comedian, Steven Bradbury OAM, to the Circular Head Community and Recreation Centre for ‘STICHED UP’, a story of resilience, persistence, and overcoming adversity. To read more grab a copy of the Chronicle, April 17 edition.

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