Baking for a cause

TOWNSVILLE bakers have rolled up their sleeves and joined over 600 Bakers Delight bakeries to help raise $1.5 million for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) in this year’s Pink Bun campaign which will run until June 3.
TOWNSVILLE bakers have rolled up their sleeves and joined over 600 Bakers Delight bakeries to help raise $1.5 million for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) in this year’s Pink Bun campaign which will run until June 3.
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IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office. IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office.
THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser. THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser.
TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year. TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year.
THE Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge. THE Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge.
ONLY 50 days remain until athletes from Mount Isa to Charters Towers will be immersed in a festival of sport.
28 May 15 ONLY 50 days remain until athletes from Mount Isa to Charters Towers will be immersed in a festival of sport.
AS part of the National Reconciliation Week celebrations taking place nationwide from May 27 to June 3 an action day was held at James Cook University in Townsville yesterday.
28 May 15 AS part of the National Reconciliation Week celebrations taking place nationwide from May 27 to June 3 an action day was held at James Cook University in Townsville yesterday.
RABOBANK’S Burdekin branch based in Ayr celebrated 15 years playing host to over 150 guests at Home Hill recently.
26 May 15 RABOBANK’S Burdekin branch based in Ayr celebrated 15 years playing host to over 150 guests at Home Hill recently.
THE Richmond Field Days and Races for 2015 are set to be a lively occasion with over 100 exhibitors to showcase their products and services at the Richmond Turf Club on Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13, while an exciting selection of special events will take place over the two days also.
26 May 15 THE Richmond Field Days and Races for 2015 are set to be a lively occasion with over 100 exhibitors to showcase their products and services at the Richmond Turf Club on Friday, June 12...
FAIRFAX Media has announced plans to revitalise its newsrooms serving regional, rural and suburban Queensland.
21 May 15 FAIRFAX Media has announced plans to revitalise its newsrooms serving regional, rural and suburban Queensland.
SUNRICE hosted another successful Rice Field Day in Brandon for 60 local farmers, suppliers and other members of the agribusiness community on May 14.
21 May 15 SUNRICE hosted another successful Rice Field Day in Brandon for 60 local farmers, suppliers and other members of the agribusiness community on May 14.
THE Burdekin Shire Youth Council will be bringing a bit of colour and fun to the Burdekin Open Day festivities on May 30.
21 May 15 THE Burdekin Shire Youth Council will be bringing a bit of colour and fun to the Burdekin Open Day festivities on May 30.
THE biggest event on the Australian rural and remote health calendar starts next Sunday, May 24, at the Darwin Convention Centre.
20 May 15 THE biggest event on the Australian rural and remote health calendar starts next Sunday, May 24, at the Darwin Convention Centre.
SUGAR Cane producers across Queensland are one step closer to industry certainty with the introduction of a Private Members Bill by KAP member for Dalrymple Shane Knuth in Parliament on Tuesday.
20 May 15 SUGAR Cane producers across Queensland are one step closer to industry certainty with the introduction of a Private Members Bill by KAP member for Dalrymple Shane Knuth in Parliament on...
BIOSECURITY Queensland has finalised testing of samples from a quarantined banana farm near Mareeba and the final result is negative for Panama disease tropical race 4.
19 May 15 BIOSECURITY Queensland has finalised testing of samples from a quarantined banana farm near Mareeba and the final result is negative for Panama disease tropical race 4.
TOWNSVILLE turned on a beautiful Saturday night for the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys 20 year Anniversary Dinner on the lawns of Jupiter’s casino.
19 May 15 TOWNSVILLE turned on a beautiful Saturday night for the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys 20 year Anniversary Dinner on the lawns of Jupiter’s casino.
HOPEVALE stepped up for health last week when 70 community members took advantage of free health checks.
19 May 15 HOPEVALE stepped up for health last week when 70 community members took advantage of free health checks.
THE Burdekin Race Club was packed to the rafters on Saturday at Home Hill during the Burdekin Race Club Growers Race Day.
18 May 15 THE Burdekin Race Club was packed to the rafters on Saturday at Home Hill during the Burdekin Race Club Growers Race Day.
PINNACLES Equestrian Centre is bringing Dan Steers and the Double Dan Horsemanship team to Bartlett Park Rodeo Grounds on June 13 2015, to bring Townsville a night of entertainment and education for the whole family.
18 May 15 PINNACLES Equestrian Centre is bringing Dan Steers and the Double Dan Horsemanship team to Bartlett Park Rodeo Grounds on June 13 2015, to bring Townsville a night of entertainment and...
REMEMBER a jockey by the name of Danny Scott? 
Of course you do- especially those who followed racing around these ridges  in the late 1970s and early 80s.
18 May 15 REMEMBER a jockey by the name of Danny Scott? Of course you do- especially those who followed racing around these ridges in the late 1970s and early 80s.
THE 2015 Gold City Campdraft is being held on May 22-24 at the Dalrymple Equestrian Centre.
17 May 15 THE 2015 Gold City Campdraft is being held on May 22-24 at the Dalrymple Equestrian Centre.
CHARTERS Towers remains high on the list of locations to visit for international beef industry figures with representatives from Texas, USA in town this week.
16 May 15 CHARTERS Towers remains high on the list of locations to visit for international beef industry figures with representatives from Texas, USA in town this week.
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A RECORD 147 teams will compete in next week's FNQ School Futsal Titles in Cairns at Redlynch Central Sports Stadium after the much-anticipated draw was released this week.
16 May 15 A RECORD 147 teams will compete in next week's FNQ School Futsal Titles in Cairns at Redlynch Central Sports Stadium after the much-anticipated draw was released this week.
ANY attempts to disperse a flying fox colony at Walkerston would almost certainly create a bigger problem in nearby locations in the suburb according to local council.
14 May 15 ANY attempts to disperse a flying fox colony at Walkerston would almost certainly create a bigger problem in nearby locations in the suburb according to local council.
A BIG crowd converged at the Rupertswood and District Horse Club on Sunday for the Mother’s Day Fun Day.
13 May 15 A BIG crowd converged at the Rupertswood and District Horse Club on Sunday for the Mother’s Day Fun Day.
SUGAR Research Australia (SRA) has released three new sugarcane varieties that are aimed at delivering significant benefits to Australian cane growers and millers.
13 May 15 SUGAR Research Australia (SRA) has released three new sugarcane varieties that are aimed at delivering significant benefits to Australian cane growers and millers.
IT IS 42 years since Kobe Park won the Townsville Cup but his jockey, Don (popularly known as Duck) Campbell remembers as if it was yesterday.
13 May 15 IT IS 42 years since Kobe Park won the Townsville Cup but his jockey, Don (popularly known as Duck) Campbell remembers as if it was yesterday.
WITH sustainability and profitability at the forefront of any primary producer’s mind, determining how you can boost your soil biology to improve productivity and reduce costs could be the difference between success and failure.
12 May 15 WITH sustainability and profitability at the forefront of any primary producer’s mind, determining how you can boost your soil biology to improve productivity and reduce costs could be...
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" WE might get back to you " ? Since when Nico did you start working for the BOM or any other
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"Science is based on probabilities",is Nico an SP bookie?No science is based on certainties and
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Some of us live in the real world of business, nico. Banks don't operate on the basis of 'if' or
STUDENTS from the Weipa Residential Campus from Pormpuraaw, Kowanyama, Cooktown, Aurukun, Mapoon and the Torres Strait Islands have just completed their Deadly Choices Healthy Lifestyles Program.27 Mar 15 STUDENTS from the Weipa Residential Campus from Pormpuraaw, Kowanyama, Cooktown, Aurukun, Mapoon and the Torres...
HOME Hill High graduate Kimberley Bourke has started her journey toward being a teacher with the help of a scholarship from Home Hill Community Bank Branch.27 Mar 15 HOME Hill High graduate Kimberley Bourke has started her journey toward being a teacher with the help of a...