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A huge treasure trove of prizes to be won

CQ News general manager Karin-ane King is encouraging readers to enter the Treasure Hunt competition.
CQ News general manager Karin-ane King is encouraging readers to enter the Treasure Hunt competition. Rebekah Yelland

BEHOLD what treasures do we hold.

A riddle or two holds the key to unlock the treasure for thee.

Where reading the local paper is rewarded with bounty's rich and bold.

CQ News general manager Karin-ane King said it was time to reward our loyal readers with the competition Treasure Hunt.

"Not only will you be supporting the CQ News but you will also support some great speciality stores from across the Central Highlands,” Mrs King said.

"Each week we offer you three clues to be matched to participating stores.

"You just have to match the store names to the clues and send your entry in.

"You can enter as many times as you like.

"All you need to enter is an original entry form found in each weekly edition of CQ News.”

The Treasure Hunt competition runs for five weeks and there are plenty of prizes to be won in the form of vouchers that can be used at speciality stores in the Central Highlands.

Each voucher is valued at $30 and will be randomly drawn in mid-March.

"Get solving the clues and make sure you're in the draw for your share of the treasure,” she said.

"It really is that easy to win.”

The competition closes at 5pm on Wednesday, March 15, and winners will be announced in the CQ News on Friday, March 17.

See entry form on page 41 of today's paper.


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