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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.


13 Jan 2021

It’s nearly time to head back to school.

Are you ready for Back to School! The first day of school at the Tieri State school will be Wednesday 27th January 2021. Learn more about what books and materials your child will need for the school year and when the Book drop off and teacher meet will be held.
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Back up if it's flooded forget it
12 Jan 2021

If it’s flooded forget it.

The weekend's grey skies and consistent showers have left behind more than greener grass across the Central Highlands Region. Before heading out and about, make sure to check your route hasn't been affected by flooding. Once you are on the road, please be vigilant when driving and follow all the signage. Remember, if it's flooded FORGET IT. Read more on where to find up to date information on road closures, storm warnings and emergency information.
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21 Dec 2020

Public Notice: Tieri Water Update

Outdoor watering is now permitted for Tieri residents with level one water restrictions in place for the town from 21 December 2020 New equipment has been installed at the water treatment plant but there a still a few issues to iron out before supply will be back to normal. Your cooperation makes all the difference! Thank you for your patience and assistance. Learn more about current water restrictions
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15 Dec 2020

Putting safety top of mind

With the help of Glencore’s Oaky Creek Coal Mine Community Grant, the Capella Pioneer Village have put safety first by assisting younger local people to learn good machinery habits. This nationally accredited course was specifically designed for high school students and was held on Friday 18th September. Qualified trainer Kerion Kelly lead the class that consisted of 7 enthusiastic young locals wanting to learn more about tractor safety and best practices when operating machinery.
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9 Dec 2020

It’s all icy and cool at the cricket.

Capella Cricket Club were recent recipients of Glencore’s Oaky Creek Coal Mine Community Grants. With the cricket season hotting up, the club has used the funds to purchase 3 new water coolers for the team ensuring they always have plenty of ice cold water to hydrate the team during games both home and away.
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Christmas lights tile
4 Dec 2020

Tieri Xmas Lights Trail

The Christmas countdown is on. Houses and roofs in Tieri are getting a Christmas makeover with lights, decorations, and tinsel. It’s an exciting time for lovers of the silly season, a time to venture out and track down the biggest and most extravagant light displays in town. But where should you go?
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Tieri Anchor Survey
2 Dec 2020

Have your say for your chance to win a BBQ!

The Tieri ‘Anchor’ Survey is now open. Taking just 20 minutes the survey is 100% confidential and when you register and complete the survey not only will you be able to express your views, you will also go into the draw to win a Weber Baby Q BBQ. Read more
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1 Dec 2020

DBS recognised as Exceptional Indigenous Business.

On Monday night local business Diversified Building Services (DBS) were announced the winner of the 'Exceptional Indigenous Business' at the Queensland Indigenous Awards. The QRC Indigenous Awards celebrate the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the Queensland resources industry, while promoting leading practice economic  participation initiatives and achievements.
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heat wave pets
29 Nov 2020

Tips for pet owners during heatwave

The temperature is definitely hotting up and with heatwave warnings in place for Queensland the RSPCA are reminding us to keep some fresh water out for wildlife and pets (and don't forget to stay hydrated yourself!). Here are some of their top tips to help your pets during a heatwave.
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