Tuesday May 21, 2019
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Wednesday makes a comeback

We hear you Circular Head – you like your news delivered on a Wednesday.  In 2015 when the Circular Head Chronicle’s printing moved off site and the gloss-coated stock reverted to a traditional tabloid style, locals rejoiced at the thought of once again using the paper as fire fuel.  But they had to wait a day as the weekly publication date moved to Thursday.  Now, a change in...
Top wave takes title

Top wave takes title

The Rip Curl West Coast Classic pushed competitors to the limits on the weekend with some unruly Marrawah sets.  The action started with state points leader Adam Henriks who struggled to get going at Green Point Beach, putting up two poor waves to be eliminated on day one.  A recent rule change allowed Henriks to find his way back into competition, surfing five times on day two at...
Clinical performance seals season 

Clinical performance seals season 

Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars secured the Burnie Cricket League A Reserve premiership in Smithton on Saturday after an undefeated season.  Captain Sean Ryan won the toss and elected to bat with openers Aaron Tuxworth and Ben Revell starting on the right foot. The pair cruised to 46 runs before Revell was dismissed for 19.  Revell handed the reigns to Brent Burgess who handled...
Thirty-two not out

Thirty-two not out

The Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons took home their sixth Burnie Cricket League title in two years on Saturday after winning 32 consecutive matches, including 10 finals.  The prolific boys in red and blue have now won two A Grade Grand Finals, two Twenty20 premiership titles and two Hurricanes Community T20 Cup titles in as many years.  Despite teething issues following their...
Community spirit shines

Community spirit shines

They are daughters, mothers, wives, volunteers, mentors and change makers. They are the Unsung Heroines of Circular Head.  Coinciding with International Women’s Day, Soroptimist International of Circular Head celebrated the power of women at the annual Unsung Heroines Awards last week.  Also known as the United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace, the day focuses...
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Search for fungi

The wilderness and seclusion of Trowutta Arch fascinates many, including local Pat Harrison. The Stanley resident often finds herself wandering along the damp forest path, scouring the landscape for fungi. While out on one of these walks late last year, she noticed an unseasonably late influx in the organisms. Fungi usually flourish in the winter months however the November rain and warm weather...

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