The 43rd Gladstone City Eisteddfod, Bridie Stevens performing in Any Poem by Australian Author, 11 years category, coming in first place.
The 43rd Gladstone City Eisteddfod, Bridie Stevens performing in Any Poem by Australian Author, 11 years category, coming in first place. Brenda Strong

Get set to see talent at annual Gladstone City Eisteddfod

THE 2014 Syllabus for the Gladstone City Eisteddfod is now available for those looking to compete in the annual event, beginning on August 31.

This year is the 44th Eisteddfod and is sure to attract the best talent the region has to offer in the arts department.

The Instrumental section starts from August 31, Speech and Drama kicks off on September 7, the Vocal category begins on September 14 and the Dance section begins on September 21.

Entries close on May 30 so make sure you pick up a copy of the syllabus booklet and fill out the forms.

They can be purchased from The Gladstone City Eisteddfod office, David's Musical Centre, Mitre 10 Boyne Island, Clinton Newsagency, Spar Express Sun Valley and Breed's College of Music. The booklets are $5 and provide all the information you need.

For more information, contact Pauline Newman on 4978 0646.



$90M program aims to improve rural internet connectivity

Premium Content $90M program aims to improve rural internet connectivity

Places like Benaraby, Dingo and Duaringa are set to benefit.

Man found with MDMA after jumping into cop car

Premium Content Man found with MDMA after jumping into cop car

Lachlan Thomas Hoare landed on an officer in the back seat.

Natural gas ‘the answer’ to Climate Summit goals

Premium Content Natural gas ‘the answer’ to Climate Summit goals

The boss of the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association...