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Sun 9 May 2021

PHOTOS: Wallabies at Beef Australia Sportsman Lunch

Premium Content PHOTOS: Wallabies at Beef Australia Sportsman Lunch

Were you snapped by our photographer at Beef Australia’s Sportsman Lunch?

Sat 8 May 2021

PHOTOS: Ladies enjoy Westpac High tea during Beef Australia

Premium Content PHOTOS: Ladies enjoy Westpac High tea during Beef Australia

Were you snapped by our photographer at the High Tea?

Deputy PM responds to anti-Beef activists, India travel ban

Premium Content Deputy PM responds to anti-Beef activists, India travel ban

Michael McCormack has given his two cents on the India travel ban and animal rights activists in Rockhampton.

PHOTOS: Faces in the crowd at Classic Wallabies game

Premium Content PHOTOS: Faces in the crowd at Classic Wallabies game

More than 2000 fans watch rugby legends take on Beef Barbarians.

Fri 7 May 2021

New $9.7m Reef Resilience vessel to be based in Gladstone

Premium Content New $9.7m Reef Resilience vessel to be based in Gladstone

The Reef Resilience vessel will cover the southern Great Barrier Reef from its base at Gladstone.

Little Lachlan watches big kids in action at Beef Australia

Premium Content Little Lachlan watches big kids in action at Beef Australia

VIDEO: “Lachlan spends most the day in a giant sandpit he discovered outside the ring.”

Calm Fairy initiative for anxious kids flies into Rocky

Premium Content Calm Fairy initiative for anxious kids flies into Rocky

A workshop will be held for health professionals, educators, and parents to learn tools to help calm anxious children.

Wrestler ready to make Mayhem at Rocky event

Premium Content Wrestler ready to make Mayhem at Rocky event

Brenton Peatey, aka Steven Stanleys: ‘It’s not ballet; it’s pretty rough stuff.’

Anti-beef protesters picket Beef Australia’s main gate

Premium Content Anti-beef protesters picket Beef Australia’s main gate

“Reducing our cattle herd and rewilding 41 per cent of grazing pastures worldwide will capture fossil fuel emissions, reversing climate change.”

Gallery: Action from inside Fred Brophy boxing tent

Premium Content Gallery: Action from inside Fred Brophy boxing tent

The crowd went wild as boxers and members of the public took to the ring on Tuesday evening.

Damage to Cap Coast emu heads only weeks after installation

Premium Content Damage to Cap Coast emu heads only weeks after installation

The mayor has responded as to why a new Capricorn Coast attraction is already damaged, despite being less than a month old.

Beef Australia: Highlights of Friday’s program

Premium Content Beef Australia: Highlights of Friday’s program

Classic Wallabies take centre stage, with variety of events on offer.

Thu 6 May 2021

Puff, Marlin and Fern show off skills at Beef Australia

Premium Content Puff, Marlin and Fern show off skills at Beef Australia

“Dogs learn through natural instinct and, if you train them the proper way, they won’t see learning as an imposition.”

CQ entrepreneurs share initiatives to benefit communities

CQ entrepreneurs share initiatives to benefit communities

Project manager says the project is helping make the Central Highlands a hub for social enterprise and innovation.

New transport service to help city’s cancer patients

Premium Content New transport service to help city’s cancer patients

Dedicated volunteers to drive Cancer Council Queensland’s Transport to Treatment Service.

CQ in Australia’s top regions for heart disease

Premium Content CQ in Australia’s top regions for heart disease

Central Queenslanders are encouraged to get active and increase exercise for improved heart health in Heart Week.

Workers ‘authority’ needed to manage energy sector changes

Premium Content Workers ‘authority’ needed to manage energy sector changes

The CFMEU says the authority would manage industry change and workers transitioning to alternate employment.

O’Dowd a ‘fighter’ for Flynn: Deputy PM’s tribute

Premium Content O’Dowd a ‘fighter’ for Flynn: Deputy PM’s tribute

Federal Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd has announced he will be retiring at the next election.

‘Still get chills’: Miners reflect a year on from Grosvenor

Premium Content ‘Still get chills’: Miners reflect a year on from Grosvenor

One year ago, every underground miner’s worst nightmare became a reality when an explosion rocked the industry to its core. Here’s how it is still being felt.

Droughtmaster ‘family’ catch up in Beef Australia ring

Premium Content Droughtmaster ‘family’ catch up in Beef Australia ring

VIDEO: “No matter which one of us goes home with the ribbon, it’s a win for all the Droughtmaster breeders.”

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