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Tieri News

The Tieri News is a bi-monthly downloadable newsletter that contains community features and key events within Tieri and surrounds.


6 Jul 2020

The Jerky Lady wins award

'HOMEMADE with love' is the philosophy underpinning Catherine Windsor's beef jerky. Made from her house in Tieri, Mrs Windsor's The Jerky Lady Products this year came second place in a national competition called the Mr Chilli Awards. Mrs Windsors said winning silver in the medium - heat beef jerky category justified all the work put into her family business. Read More.
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30 Jun 2020

Water supply temporarily switched off in parts of Tieri for upcoming works.

Water supply will be temporarily switched off in parts of Tieri as contractor Goodline completes replacement works on water hydrants and valves. The streets impacted are Cassia Street, Emuapple Street, Banksia Street, Carbeen Street, Wilga Street, Gum Street and part of Talagai Avenue. These works will take place between Monday 6 July and Monday 20 July 2020 with water outages between 10.00 pm – 4.00 am, lasting up to two and a half hours. Households and businesses in this area have been notified via a letter box drop. Please contact council’s customer service centre on 1300 242 686 with further questions or concerns.
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26 Jun 2020

Youthinc June/July online school holiday activities

The Central Highlands Youthinc school holiday program is now live for submissions. Exciting competitions including 'The Comedy Pet' photo where you can share your funniest pet photo, a Poetry Slam Video comp where you can write it and read it for your chance to win, an upcycling photo comp showing your before and after pics of your creations, a lip sync/air guitar video comp where you can let your inner star shine plus many more. There are great prizes to be won so check out their page and enter today. Competitions close Sunday 12th July.
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2 Jun 2020

Tieri Community Photo Competition

Tieri is a top little town with some beautiful natural assets and interesting wildlife. It is wonderful to be able to get out and reconnect with them again and what a better way to celebrate than sharing your photo's with the community in our Tieri Community Photo competition.
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Local kids playing with hoola hoops at Tieri Daycare

2020 Community Investment Grant Applications – Round Two Now open

Oaky Creek Coal is committed to delivering positive and lasting social and economic benefits across a range of environmental, community and educational initiatives within our local community by supporting local organisations and groups through the Community Investment Program.
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25 Apr 2020

Standing apart, as one for ANZAC Day.

Tieri residents united for an ANZAC Day unlike any other, paying their respects to veterans by lighting up the dawn with driveway ceremonies. Standing apart, together as they commemorated all those who have served and sacrificed for our country. A sacred day that would normally see locals gather at the War Memorial for the annual ANZAC day ceremony could not be dampened by social distancing. Today, lets honour all past and current servicemen and women and those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice with an ode written by Rupert McCall, OAM as a tribute to our diggers to commemorate the landing of the ANZACs at Gallipoli, entitled ‘100 years from now’
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22 Apr 2020

Lets Get Creative.

Right now, you probably have a bit more time on your hands than you’re used to, as well as a need to entertain your little ones for many more hours of the day. Well if you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids, RSL Queensland have got your back. It’s an ingenious way to both keep your kids busy and demonstrate to them what the ANZAC spirit is all about. Learn how to make an RSL poppy wreath that you can lay out on you drive way for ANZAC Day while you pay your respects on your driveway or balcony at dawn.
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21 Apr 2020

Inviting Tieri to light up the dawn this Anzac Day.

When times are tough, Australians have always relied on the distinctive qualities of mateship, humour, ingenuity, courage and endurance to get us through. Known as the ANZAC Spirit, these five qualities have defined Australians ever since the first troops landed on the beaches of Gallipoli in World War I. Just imagine how special it would be if everyone in Tieri was standing in their driveway at 6am on ANZAC Day, united in spirit to remember all those who have served and sacrificed for the lifestyle we enjoy today.
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20 Apr 2020

Peak Downs JRL training & carnivals postponed until 1st June 2020

Amidst all the information and community safety rules regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic, please rest assured that all decisions are made with the health and safety of our players, supporters and staff as our top priority. It is for this reason that, upon advice and directive from QRL (our governing body) we have cancelled all training sessions, carnivals and postponed the commencement of our 2020 season. The situation is changing rapidly with new developments coming to light day to day- however we are confident that we should be cleared to resume all Community League activity on June 1st 2020.
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TIERI COVID-19 HUB

The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is our top priority. The Tieri COVID-19 HUB has been created to provide locals a one stop resource with useful and up-to-date information and tips on COVID-19 and its effects on our community and the workforce.

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