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18 NOVEMBER - EAT LOCAL WEEK ADDS STATE SUPPORT TO MENU

Scenic Rim's popular Eat Local Week has received a boost with Council again securing support from the State Government to help stage next year's event. $20,000 in funding will be provided under the Tourism and Events Queensland Regional Development Program.
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17 NOVEMBER - STATE SUPPORT FOR LOCAL ANZAC CENTENARY PROJECT

Council's Anzac Centenary commemorative project has received a boost with the awarding of almost $60,000 in State funding to help deliver the War Stories and Our Town initiative.
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10 NOVEMBER - COMMUNITY SHARING, COMMUNITY SCANNING

Council is inviting members of the Scenic Rim to attend a community scanning day as part of the War Stories and Our Town Community Sharing Project.
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10 NOVEMBER - BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS DINNER A SELL-OUT

With tickets for the upcoming Scenic Rim Business Excellence Awards gala event sold out, businesses and nominees are in for an evening of inspiration and celebration.
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10 NOVEMBER - AFTER HOURS AT THE LIBRARY

A new Council initiative, After Hours at the Library, will begin next week with a Community Evening to be held at the Beaudesert Library.
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21 OCTOBER - BIG STORIES, SMALL TOWNS BEAUDESERT

Beaudesert will next month feature as part of the Big Stories, Small Towns project, an evolving online documentary project gathering heart-warming local stories for a global audience.
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24 OCTOBER - PROMOTIONAL VIDEO PUTS BROMELTON IN THE PICTURE

A promotional video showcasing the Bromelton State Development Area will be distributed to an international audience in the lead up to next month's G20 Conference. Council, through its involvement with Council of Mayors (SEQ), is participating in the three-day G20 Global CafĂ© at Brisbane Town Hall in the lead up to the meeting of global leaders.
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24 OCTOBER - ALL-NEW NEWMAN BRIDGE OPEN TO TRAFFIC

The replacement of Newman Bridge at Darlington is almost complete with the new crossing now open to traffic. Delivered at a cost of almost $1.8 million the new concrete structure replaces the ageing timber crossing of the Albert River on Kerry Road.
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22 OCTOBER - DAIRY FARM TOURIST FACILITY APPROVED

Farm Tours of Scenic Rim 4Real Milk dairy farm have been formally approved following Council's Ordinary Meeting today.
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22 OCTOBER - HARTLEY ROAD WINERY GETS GREEN LIGHT

The approval of a material change of use development permit will see the birth of 'Hartley Road Estate' Winery on Tamborine Mountain.
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