THE Dalby Herald is going back in time this Friday.  

Tabloid is out and broadsheet is back in for one edition only to celebrate the Herald's 150th anniversary.  

This special paper will cover the Herald's extensive history and speak with the faces that shaped the newspaper.  

You can discover how a Scotland native ended up working at the Dalby Herald, and how the newspaper industry has changed during the past 150 years.  

Dalby Family History Society president Jean Town, regular contributor Ray Humphrys and former typesetter Tom Sims also share their stories.   

The Herald also reflects on the most devastating event in Dalby's memory - the 1981 flood.  

See photos from this special edition of the paper and discover how the Herald office was affected.  

The newspaper is fitting in its celebrations around the latest news and sport this Friday for one jam-packed edition.

It comes move than three decades after the newspaper moved to a tabloid format in 1979.

Inside is the Dalby Herald 150 Year Photo Book - a selection of photos from our collection that illustrate the region.       


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