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Santa Christmas Gifts Tieri 2020
17 Sep 2021

Santa’s Elves are making their gift list for Tieri.

While Santa’s Elves may have been enjoying their slow period, their busy season is just around the corner. Together with the Oaky Creek Coal team, they’ve started their preparations for getting gifts to all their favourite small people in Tieri, but they can’t do it alone! Make sure your children’s names are on Santa’s list before Friday, 28 October. Santa would be devastated if anyone missed out.
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30 Aug 2021

Learn to swim for survival Classes

The Tieri Aquatic Centre is offering a survival program for children aged 6 months and up. An excellent opportunity for the little ones to learn a life skill in a fun, positive environment.
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29 Aug 2021

Tieri Community Consultation

Each year, Central Highlands Regional Council’s Community Consultations take councillors and council staff across the region to connect with the community. The events are an open forum for anyone to attend and engage with your councillors and council staff. You will receive updates on key projects in your area and have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss any matters relating to your community and council.
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26 Aug 2021

Play golf under the stars!

The spring is here, and that means it's time to enjoy the warm nights and get together at the Tieri Golf Club for a good cause. Sign up to this years' 4 Ball Golf Night Club on September 10th!
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Tieri Oval 1
13 Aug 2021

Documenting significant trees of the region.

Do you have a favourite tree in the region? Upload a photo and tell us why it is significant to win a range of cash prizes. Central Highlands Regional Council is seeking community input in developing a tree register to document the significant trees of the region. The register will assist council in ensuring the nominated trees are protected. It will also help inform the development of a list of trees that grow well in the area and capture the character of the region. Learn how you can get involved and win prizes.
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11 Aug 2021

Tieri Picnic in the Park – Postponed.

Tieri’s Picnic in the Park, expected to be held this Sunday, has been put on pause due to the current COVID-19 situation. The decision to postpone the event has not come easily for organisers who are looking forward to announcing a new date when circumstances are more favourable. “We apologise for any inconvenience this postponement has caused as we had a large number of registrations from the community”. The postponement falls in line with other events as the region works towards ensuring our community remains safe and avoids a COVID-19 situation similar to various areas around the country: “New dates for the Tieri Picnic will be announced at a later date”.
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Cencus 2021
10 Aug 2021

You Count! It’s Census Time.

Tonight's Census will provide the most comprehensive snapshot of the country and tell the story of how we are changing. It counts every household and every person in Australia. Census data is used to plan and deliver services across Australia. The Census isn’t just numbers, but what those numbers tell us – every stat tells a story. That’s why your participation is vital. Data collected in the Census helps governments, businesses, not-for-profit and community organisations across the country make informed decisions including education and health services, infrastructure and planning for regional and rural communities.
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2 Aug 2021

Jnr Sports Development Program QLD Round 1 Open

Each year GCAA provides support to local sports clubs and associations across Queensland. Applications for the Queensland Junior Sports Development Program are now open! If you’re a junior club, school or association near our Queensland coal operations you could be eligible for a grant up to $7,500. To find out more and to apply click here
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31 Jul 2021

Coronavirus Qld: South-east Queensland going into lockdown

Following news of six locally acquired cases of the Delta strain being reported in Queensland, Deputy Premier Steven Miles has announced 11 local government areas in south-east Queensland will go into lockdown.
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