Thursday August 18, 2022
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An ode to a war time hero

An ode to a war time hero

Thursday August 18 marks Vietnam Veterans Day, the anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan which took place during the Vietnam War. 44 Circular Head locals were deployed to Vietnam throughout the 21 year conflict. One of those diggers who fought in Vietnam was Lance Corporal John Richardson of the 1st field squadron. Richardson was born at the old Smithton hospital on August 19, 1947, and now...
Moodie dominates youth league

Moodie dominates youth league

Local girls Ella Moodie, Darah Grey (C), Leahna McLaren (VC) and Annalise Hursey have competed and won the North West Football Youth Girls Premiership for the Wynyard Cats. Throughout the season, Moodie was named best player on five occasions. She kicked 35 goals including a season high seven goal haul in round one, a bag of five goals in round four and six in round nine. She was a standout...
Young scientists unite

Young scientists unite

The 2022 Science Gig was held at the Circular Head Community Recreation Centre on Monday evening, with a large crowd of science enthusiasts in attendance. See this week's, August 17 edition for all of the winners of this years ‘Glass, more than meets the eye’ competitions
Potential sale of Respite House

Potential sale of Respite House

Rural Health was established in 2001 and is a health organisation that offers services across the North West, Central Coast and West Coast of Tasmania. In 2006 the organisation were gifted a piece of land from the Circular Head Council and received state funding to build respite accommodation in Havelock Street. They created a purpose built, four bedroom house for people with a disability for...
Saints show good signs

Saints show good signs

A solid opening term for the Saputo Circular Head Saints on Saturday afternoon wasn’t quite enough for the home side to hold on for their maiden victory against the Ulverstone Robins in their first season back in the NWFL. The team was given a little extra fire in the belly as club legend Kevin Radford was on hand to offer his support to the team that he dedicated most of his life to. Emotions...
Deb’s dive into new adventure

Deb’s dive into new adventure

‘Life is short and the world is wide’ is definitely a quote that drives Deborah Quiliam.  This Sunday Ms Quilliam will say goodbye to her family and set off on yet another exciting adventure, this time to work in Kathmandu, Nepal for 12 months.   Read more about Deb's adventure in the Chornicle, August 3 edition.

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