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The collection of articles below represents item that have appeared in recently in the printed media, that relate to Clan Forsyth Queensland; events either conducted or participated in by Clan Forsyth Society of Queensland Inc. or items that relate specifically to Clan Forsyth members.

The items listed here are arranged in the order of the date that they appeared in their various publication. Many regional publications contain syndicated content and as such item that may appear in local paper i.e. Ipswich, will also be republished in other regions i.e. Toowoomba, Warwick, Caboolture etc. Where possible  we have attempted to list the other syndicated locations where the same article may have been published. All other know publications which carried the same press item are listed below the article itself.

If you have seen or found an item not listed below …

Should you find an article that directly relates to Clan Forsyth Queensland, that does not appear in this list below, we would be very pleased if you could either advise us of source of the item email using the following link:

Or by forwarding a clipping or photocopy of the article to press item with details of it’s date of publication and source printed on the separate piece of paper, to the address listed below:

The Webmaster
Clan Forsyth Society of Queensland Inc.
C\-9-39 Blackheath Road
Redbank Plains. Queensland 4301

 


 PRESS LIST

2015

19th Mar 2015  – Queensland Times – Ipswich

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Other publications in which this same article appeared./

 

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17th April 2015Moreton Boarder News – by Kaye Martin –

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