Thousands of Cowboys supporters came to 1300SMILES Stadium on Monday afternoon to celebrate the return of their league heroes.
A shift to the first week of the holidays alongside a schedule clash with the Cowboys home final caused an expected drop in attendance during the iconic Ewan race meeting on the weekend.
Much to the benefit of the 170 attendees at the recent Wambiana field days many of the project collaborators were on hand to describe the results of their particular areas of research involved in the ongoing trial.
MOTHER nature blessed Einasleigh with clear blue skies ensuring the atmosphere at the 111th annual Oak Park races was electric.
CLOSE to 1000 people journeyed to the Heritage Tea Rooms on Hervey Range on September 11-13 to take part in the 150th birthday celebrations of the Eureka Hotel’s construction.
THE Burdekin Race Club was packed to the rafters on Saturday at Home Hill during the Burdekin Race Club Growers Race Day.
A BIG crowd converged at the Rupertswood and District Horse Club on Sunday for the Mother’s Day Fun Day.
ON a glorious Saturday morning in Townsville, over 25,000 people assembled for the Dawn Service held at ANZAC Park to show their support and admiration for the Australian and New Zealand defence personnel who have served and in 102,800 cases made the ultimate sacrifice in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations that the two nations have been involved in throughout history.
IF there was ever any doubt of the popularity of bull riding it was put to rest in Julia Creek last week at the PBR sanctioned Dirt n Dust Bull Ride.
HE’S done it again! Brisbane based professional triathlete Sam Betton has taken out his fifth consecutive Dirt n Dust triathlon and this year he did the 800 metre swim leg, 25km bike ride and 5km run in just 59min 40sec, four minutes faster than his time last year.