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Crow’s Nest Australia Day Award Winners

Citizen of the Year – Len Wilmington Len Wilmington became involved with the Crows Nest Historical Society after moving to the town with his wife Marie around four years ago. He has become an indispensable part of the society and played a key part in the re-organisation of the site. His self-taught sign writing skills […]

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Local Groups Share In Anzac Centenary Community Grants

Member for Nanango, Deb Frecklington has announced that a number of  local projects have been successful in receiving funding through the second round of the State Government’s Anzac Centenary Community Grants. Mrs Frecklington said the grants program enabled local communities to commemorate what the First World War meant to their community and she was pleased […]

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Better Quality Water for Crows Nest And Hampton

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) Water and Waste Projects portfolio leader Cr Nancy Sommerfield joined TRC Water Project Services officers and project contractors UGL Engineering for the official commissioning of the $3.6 million Pechey plant. Cr Sommerfield said the overall project cost of $5.3 million also included the $1.7 million Pechey to Hampton trunk water main, […]

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Public Invited To Anduramba Range Road Information Day

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) is inviting all interested residents to an information session outlining options for Anduramba Range Road at Crows Nest on Saturday, August 16th. TRC Infrastructure Committee chair Cr Carol Taylor said the public session would be held from 10am to 2pm Saturday at the Crows Nest Community & RSL Centre at 30 […]

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Vehicle Security – They Don’t Just Drive Themselves Away..

Over recent times the Crow’s Nest division has seen increased offences where vehicles have been unlawfully entered & property stolen. Generally the vehicles entered have been left unlocked by the owners, allowing offenders unrestricted access. It has also been observed that persons attending the business precinct of Crow’s Nest are leaving their vehicles unlocked, windows […]

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Crow’s Nest Group Meets With Communities Minister

Forty representatives from community support organisations across the Nanango Electorate, including local group, Fresh Hope* had the opportunity to meet the State Government’s Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Tracy Davis at a dinner in Kingaroy on Monday night, 17th February. Member for Nanango, Deb Frecklington, invited the Minister to visit the region […]

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