GOOD NEWS: top stories you may have missed
OUR news feeds are flooded with information about COVID-19 and the pandemic taking over our communities.
While we will continue to provide you all the latest and up-to-date coronavirus stories, we are also bringing you great news from Dalby.
Here’s what you may have missed recently among all the coronavirus coverage:
10 jobs you can apply for in Dalby today:
CHECK out what jobs are available at the moment in Dalby.
How to get fast food delivered:
WITH COVID-19 lockdown restrictions now in full swing and go-to-recopies exhausted, a Dalby business has begun delivering so your dinner time cravings are satisfied.
Local business says thanks to medical staff:
THE team at Domino’s Dalby donated 50 pizzas to staff at the Dalby Hospital earlier this week as a thank you for all their hard work.
WINNER: The best burger revealed:
WHILE we may be on lockdown our cravings for a delicious burger are not, see who won the best burger in the region.
Domino’s Dalby to deliver jobs amid COVID-19 crisis:
FRANCHISEES Prakash Balsara and Sulay Patel are looking to hire at least six people to help deliver hot meals to the Dalby community due to the recent demand for food delivery services.
Newly elected council officially sworn in:
THE new Western Down Regional Council have officially been sworn in today, led by Mayor Paul McVeigh for his second term.
One teen’s dream to share Anzac spirit in self-isolation:
SELF-taught accordion player and Dalby local Sebastian Curtis hasn’t let social distancing rules stop him from wanting to celebrate ANZAC DAY this year.