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Sydney Classic and Antique Truck Show

June 17

THIS will feature a great display of trucks, vans, military and fire equipment.

There will be free rides for the kids, displays and live entertainment.

Kids will enter for free with a paying adult.

Where: Museum of Fire, Penrith, NSW.

For more information phone 02 4731 3000 or visit museum or email mail@

Two Days of Thunder

June 23-24

MUSCLE car fans will have their first chance to see and hear Jim Richards' new V8 AMC Javelin driven in anger when he uncorks it on the Shannons 2 Days of Thunder weekend at Queensland Raceway.

Also check out historic touring cars racing, Trans-am V8s and Cobras through to Porsches.

Entry to the Shannons 2 Days of Thunder weekend at Queensland Raceway costs $20 on Saturday, $30 on Sunday, or $40 for a weekend ticket.

Children 12 and under enter free, while students 13-16 and pensioners are $10 each day. For more info go to or call 1800 722 377

Future Leaders Group seminar

June 28

HOW to be a leader when you are not the boss.

Whether you are a seasoned industry member or starting your career within the wider transport, logistics and supply chain industry, this seminar will be for you.

At the Widen Room, Queensland Cricketers Club, Vulture St, Woolloongabba.

Peter Ferreira, owner and director E-Cue will speak from 5-6.30pm.

Current procurement graduates get free entry, future leaders (under 30) pay $11, members $33 and non-members $44.

Drinks and appetisers will be provided as a part of the function.

For more information phone 3102 4093 or 1300 364 160.

Gympie Music Muster

August 23-26

THE Muster will feature Kenny Rogers, Corb Lund, Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Shannon Noll and many more.

Go to for more information.

Get in early - tickets are on sale now. 

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