Tuesday January 25, 2022
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Community agencies back tracks push

Community agencies back tracks push

Four relevant parties from Circular Head have penned a letter to state Premier Peter Gutwein regarding access and management of country in the region. The letter, signed by Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam, Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation Chairperson Selina Colgrave, Brumby Hill Aboriginal Corporation Chairperson Graeme Heald and Arthur Pieman Conservation Area Management Committee...
Devil death-toll rising

Devil death-toll rising

Residents of northern Circular Head are fed up with the amount of roadkill on Montagu Road with 70 disease-free Tasmanian Devils killed by cars throughout 2021 and a further 11 found dead since the beginning of 2022. Numbers continue to climb despite virtual fencing having been installed along sections of the road. Circular Head Council were challenged on their protection of the animals at their...
Finally reunited

Finally reunited

When Salman Khan returned to Pakistan with his wife and two children in December of 2019, he was expecting they would all be back home together by the end of February. Instead, the family ended up separated for 20 months. Salman and his wife Anum had flown to Pakistan with their daughters Reham, who was three years old at the time and Zimal, who was 10 months old, to lodge paperwork for...
Last chance for Bec

Last chance for Bec

At the age of 22, Rebecca Krushka was officially diagnosed with relapsing remitting Multiple Sclerosis. She had travelled to Hobart to see her Neurologist for her results  after having extensive brain and spine scans. When the Doctor asked her to sit down, her heart sunk. The neurologist told Bec that she had been living with undiagnosed relapsing remitting multiple...
More than just a mo

More than just a mo

Growing a mammoth mo for mental health, suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer is just the tip of the iceberg for the men of the Schuuring family. Joining the Movember movement, the Schuuring family were able to recruit 11 of their clan to the cause, aiming to raise awareness of mental health and suicide, an illness which has greatly affected their family, raise money for...
Look at what the tide washed in

Look at what the tide washed in

A group of Smithton High School students and their mentor have become avid bottle collectors after coming across remnants of Grey’s Cordial bottle exchange while cleaning up the Duck River. Smithton High School’s youth mentor Selina Maguire-Colgrave and her students have been actively scouring the banks of the river following their annual clean up the duck efforts uncovering many...

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