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29 SEPTEMBER - BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS NOMINEES

Over seventy Scenic Rim businesses have received nominations for their excellence in business, with the nominations falling across a range of categories.
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29 SEPTEMBER - LASTING REMINDER ASSI CONNECTION TO REGION

A five-metre high sculpture reflecting the shared history of Australian South Sea Islanders (ASSI), the Mununjali community and landholders past and present of the Veresdale district will be unveiled this Saturday. 
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24 SEPTEMBER - 'PLACE LIFT' FOR BEAUDESERT TOWN CENTRE

A green makeover for popular Central Place is among a range of town centre improvements planned for the coming months as part of the Beaudesert Central Revitalisation Project.
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24 SEPTEMBER - NEW CULVERTS BRIDGE THE GAP AT CREEK CROSSING

Repairs to the Gap Creek culvert on Tarome Rd are progressing with the project expected to be completed next month. Six pre-cast box culverts were recently lifted into place by crane as part of the disaster restoration project to repair the flood-damaged culvert crossing.
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23 SEPTEMBER - THE JERVIS' HAVE A PLACE

The renaming of Mabfield Court off Beechmont Road to Jervis Place has been approved by Council. Planning and Development Committee chair Cr Jennifer Sanders said the change was requested in recognition of the Jervis family's contributions to the community.
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23 SEPTEMBER - WEDDING BELLS ARE RINGING

Council has approved a Material Change of Use application for a wedding chapel and facility extension in Tamborine Mountain.
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23 SEPTEMBER - KENNEL AND CATTERY APPROVAL

A development proposal for a boutique style combined bed and breakfast with a dog kennel and cattery at Tamborine has today been approved.
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23 SEPTEMBER - COUNCIL SPREADS CHRISTMAS CHEER WITH LATEST GRANTS

Council is again helping to spread Christmas cheer in the Scenic Rim with festive season activities among the community events and projects supported through the 2014/15 Community Grants program.
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23 SEPTEMBER - DISASTER PREPAREDNESS REMAINS A PRIORITY

Council is maintaining a strong focus on emergency preparedness, with the adoption of a Disaster Management Policy and Disaster Management Strategy.
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23 SEPTEMBER - VIBRANCY FUNDS BOOST FOR SCENIC RIM COMMUNITIES

Community improvements worth $850,000 will be rolled out region-wide as part of Council's Vibrant and Active Towns and Villages initiative. Council committed $1 million to this new initiative in 2014/15 and today voted to fund a range of projects in Aratula, Beaudesert, Boonah, Canungra, Tamborine and Tamborine Mountain.
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