TRL A Grade Premiership Win To Dalby

Grand Final Day – DALBY got off to a winning start in the Second Division decider with a 15-10 victory over Pittsworth. Richard Woodbridge was the man of the match. This outcome was to be repeated in the A Grade Grand Final, though by a far greater margin. The Dalby Diehards ran out 48-4 winners over reigning […]

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Dress Up Party For Play School Exhibition

Big Ted and his good friend Andrew McFarlane getting ready to welcome guests to Cobb+Co Museum for our Dress Up Party to celebrate 50 years of Play School on Sunday 27 August 2017 at Cobb+Co Museum The Dress Up Party featured loads of fun activities for all the family including party games, kids craft activities, story time sessions […]

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Happy National Dog Day!

Despite the fact that tick season is here, many Aussie dog owners aren’t aware of the serious harm these deadly parasites – especially Paralysis Ticks – can cause to their four-legged friends. To help drive even more awareness of paralysis ticks, NexGard has proudly partnered with Guide Dogs Australia to help all dog owners understand […]

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75th Anniversary Of The Battle Of Milne Bay

Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Dan Tehan MP has encouraged Australians to pause and reflect on the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Milne Bay. The Battle of Milne Bay, from 25th August to 7th September 1942, saw a Japanese amphibious landing defeated for the first time in the Second World War, and marked a turning […]

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Celebrate National Science Week With A Night At The Museum.

Scientific innovations will be in the spotlight on Friday 18 August when National Science Week celebrations come to Cobb+Co Museum. After Dark: Science Fusion is a ticketed all ages event which will run from 5:30pm to 9pm and include talks from scientists, hands-on science activities and live music set in the surrounds of the iconic […]

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August 15th – Victory In The Pacific Day

Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Dan Tehan today encouraged Australians to pause and reflect on the 72nd anniversary of Victory in the Pacific Day, marking the end of the Second World War. “Victory in the Pacific Day marks Japan’s unconditional surrender to the Allies after more than three years of war,” Mr Tehan said. “During the […]

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Historically Significant Trees To Be Preserved During Warrego Roadworks

Two culturally and historically significant trees will be preserved during upcoming clearing works along the Warrego Highway on the western edge of Dalby. Transport and Main Roads District Director Dereck Sanderson said the trees, known as scarred trees, had been recognised as a remnant of traditional Aboriginal activities and they would be protected during upcoming […]

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Stay Alert For Scammers

Darling Downs residents have been targeted by scammers and it’s a timely reminder to be vigilant about a quick fix to financial pressures. If it is too good to be true then it probably is. How do these scammers work? ​​The Internet provides a medium whereby unscrupulous operators can target consumers, with the marketing of […]

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