Open Minds Australia and Ability Options have partnered to bring disability, mental health and employment support services to north Queensland.
A vocal sell out crowd got their money's worth during an exciting night of bull riding action in Townsville during the PBR Troy Dunn Invitational.
After three years of extensive research and hard work the book “On Eagles’ Wings, the Atkinson Family of North Queensland, 1862 – 2014" was launched on Saturday at Sue and Henry Atkinson's property Bridletrack situated at the foot of the Hervey Range.
Local and regional business leaders met on Thursday to discuss current and future investment possibilities at the Charters Towers Prosperity Forum.
A total of 73 bulls sold for $306,000 averaging $4192 with a clearance of 73 per cent at the Gold City Brahman sale.
Close to 300 people entered the gates of the Richmond Turf Club on Saturday for the Ladies Day Race meeting.
The N.Q Cowboys premiership winning ways have been celebrated all across north and central Queensland during a regional trophy tour which began on Sunday.
Over one hundred people including 42 graziers attended the Sustainable Grazing Forum held at the Charters Towers Golf Club hosted by NQ Dry tropics.
The high octane action on the track was just as impressive as the sight of the thousands of stylishly dressed punters off it at the Charters Towers Amateur Cup Race Day on Saturday.
The Spyglass Digital Technology Demonstration Day gave close to 100 graziers, students and beef industry representatives their first glimpse of how the Digital Homestead project will simplify the management of beef operations in the north.