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Concerts signify strong bond

Brisbane-based 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, will perform in Emerald on September 28.
Brisbane-based 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, will perform in Emerald on September 28.

THE Australian Army is continuing to cement the strong bonds formed between members of the flood-affected communities of Queensland and the soldiers.

During the devastating flood event the Army played a vital role in the rescue, recovery and evacuation of many people from flood-affected towns.

The Band of the Brisbane-based 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, will perform a series of free two-hour concerts from September 24 to October 1, and will be appearing in Emerald on Wednesday, September 28, at the Emerald Town Hall from 7.30pm.


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