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Dance Eisteddfod

Dance Eisteddfod

Local dancers have took to the stage to perform for the 2023 dance eisteddfods, with Inpulse Dancers from across all ages impressing in a multitude of different categories.   Check out the August 26 edition of the Chronicle to read more.
Labor Visit

Labor Visit

The Tasmanian State Labor Party paid a visit to Circular Head to discuss and interact with the Circular Head Community, as well as council and businesses and discuss hot topic issues in the region.   Read the August 26 edition of the Chronicle to find out more.
Vann’s incredible story of survival against SMA

Vann’s incredible story of survival against SMA

On Tuesday, April 4, the lives of Josh and Maddie Gale changed forever when they welcomed their beautiful newborn son, Vann, into the world. With all systems go, Circular Head’s newest parents were set to be discharged from the North West Private Hospital (NWPH) on Good Friday, April 7, ready to begin their new lives as a family of three. With their luggage packed into their car and eager to...
Countdown to the 2023 CHFA Grand Final is on

Countdown to the 2023 CHFA Grand Final is on

This time 12 months ago the Scotchtown Tigers were contemplating their future in the Tasmanian Football landscape, as the Redpa Redlegs were relishing in more grand final success and stamped themselves as current day powerhouse in the Circular Head Football Association (CHFA). This weekend will mark the 124th local Grand Final as the Redlegs and Tigers go head-to-head, as both teams have...
Naite loses locks, all in the name of charity

Naite loses locks, all in the name of charity

11-year-old Circular Head local, Naite Barker, has proved that compassion is a gift to be shared at a young age after cutting off his golden locks, and completing an outstanding fundraising effort, all in the name of charity. The Smithton Saints Hockey Club junior member had been growing his hair for a number of years, before he spontaneously decided to offer his assistance to those in their...
Busy Bees get busy in the community

Busy Bees get busy in the community

The busy bee children from Circular Head Children’s Services have been learning all about where they live, Smithton, Tasmania and what makes a community. They have been taking mini excursions around the main block of the CBD, visiting local businesses such as Cottage Kitchen Bakehouse, Perry’s Quality Meats, Woolworths, The Circular Head Chronicle and Smithton Police, where they were made...

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