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Townsville BulletinTownsville welcomes cruise visitorsTownsville Bulletin(middle) Mayor Jenny Hill with (left) Executive manager tourism Events at TEL Bridget Woods and (right) CEO of the Port of Townsville Renee Crosby stand at the top of Jezzine Barracks as Townsville is set to welcome last minute cruise visitors to the city. [...]
Mon, Feb 15, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinTurnbull in TownsvilleTownsville BulletinMr Canavan is expected to visit Georgetown this week, while Mr Frydenberg will be in Townsville on Thursday to speak at the Redefining Townsville forum. Mr Turnbull said jobs, growth and innovation would be his key messages during his trip to ... [...]
Mon, Feb 15, 2016, Continue reading at the source
NASHOS commemorated in Townsville | PhotosNorth Queensland RegisterRemembering the fallen: NASHOS Townsville and District Branch members (clockwise from front left) Neville Coleman; Phil Nicholson; Maurie Degiovanni; branch president Warren Hegarty; Neville Hines and Leon Jeffery at the memorial plaque which was ...and more [...]
Sun, Feb 14, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Sydney Morning HeraldTownsville Crocodiles edge out Sydney Kings in NBL overtime thrillerSydney Morning HeraldTownsville Crocodiles and Sydney Kings didn't have a lot to play for on Saturday night but pride propelled both sides into an overtime thriller in their final game of the NBL season. When the Crocs led 97-82 with less than seven minutes on the clock ...Townsville Crocodiles vs Sydney Kings: Crocs win thrillerThe Roarall 2 news articles [...]
Sat, Feb 13, 2016, Continue reading at the source
The RoarTownsville Crocodiles vs Sydney Kings: NBL live scores, blogThe RoarThe Townsville Crocodiles and Sydney Kings will do battle tonight in their final game of the 2015-16 NBL season. Join The Roar for live scores of all the action from 7:30pm (AEDT). In what hasn't exactly been a stellar season for both sides they'll ... [...]
Sat, Feb 13, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Sydney Morning HeraldWNBL: Dandenong Rangers set for decisive last round after Townsville Fire thrashingSydney Morning HeraldDandenong Rangers coach Larissa Anderson says her side failed to show their true talents in a 40-point loss to Townsville Fire in Townsville on Friday night. The Rangers were just a loss and a game behind the first-placed Fire on the tight WNBL ladder ...and more [...]
Sat, Feb 13, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Courier Mail'Bomb threat' at Queensland libraryCourier MailPOLICE are responding to what is believed to be another hoax bomb threat at a library in Townsville. Police were called to Thuringowa Library just before 12pm but are yet to find anything to suggest a bomb is actually on site. Officers are continuing ... [...]
Sat, Feb 13, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinJelly's on the menuTownsville BulletinAmazing footage, often only seen on wildlife documentaries, was captured on Thursday of a 30cm lion's mane jellyfish attacking an adult box jellyfish before slowly eating its prey. The rare spectacle was spotted at the Breakwater Marina by Townsville's ... [...]
Sat, Feb 13, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinFire rampant in Rangers routTownsville BulletinThe top of the table clash was tight in the first half but Townsville found a whole other level after the break to pile on 55 points in 20 minutes and cruise to an important 89-49 triumph. With the awesome result now behind them the Fire cannot finish ... [...]
Fri, Feb 12, 2016, Continue reading at the source
ABC LocalEarly lockout laws won't stop alcohol-fuelled violence say Townsville nightclub ownersABC LocalTownsville nightclub owners say they believe the Queensland Government's proposed lockout laws will push alcohol-related violence into the suburbs. Owners said Queensland's tourism and nightclub bodies were not representing their members by ...and more [...]
Fri, Feb 12, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinInjuries sour stunning effortTownsville BulletinTHE Townsville Blackhawks went within a conversion of claiming a stunning upset over the NRL premiers on Thursday night, but they could be left to count the cost after three players went down with injuries. The Blackhawks pushed the North Queensland ...Thurston's back in the saddleCourier MailCowboys confirm Thurston to play trialSBSall 16 news articles [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
The RoarTownsville Crocodiles vs Cairns Taipans: Crocodiles win by 17, take season seriesThe RoarThe Townsville Crocodiles have sent the Cairns Taipans into the off-season with a demoralising 17 point loss at the Townsville Entertainment Centre. After being knocked out of finals contention last week, the Taipans looked for all money like they were ...Crocs cruise past CairnsTownsville BulletinNBL: Stronger Crocs humble TaipansThe Cairns Postall 3 news articles [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
ABC OnlineJellyfish battle: World's most venomous animal loses tentacle tussle off TownsvilleABC OnlineRare vision of a box jellyfish being eaten by another far less poisonous jellyfish has been captured at a Townsville marina. Jellyfish expert Dr Lisa-ann Gershwin said the video appeared to show a lion's mane jellyfish trying to eat a box jellyfish. "I ... [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Sydney Morning HeraldWNBL: Dandenong Rangers have home final in mind ahead of Townsville Fire clashSydney Morning HeraldReigning champions and ladder-leaders Townsville Fire are the Rangers next opponent with the teams facing off at Townsville RSL Stadium on Friday night. The Fire are equally keen to join the Rangers in the post season and should do so with one more win ... [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
ABC LocalEarly lockout laws: Labor seeks support in Cairns, Townsville for alcohol-fuelled violence crackdownABC LocalQueensland's Attorney-General says she will not budge on the State Government's plans to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence. Yvette D'Ath was in Cairns and Townsville yesterday to spruik the Government's proposed lockout laws, pushing to call last drinks ...There's no escape from lockout lawsCourier MailHard sell for tougher policy turns focus to hospitalTownsville BulletinQld cabinet goes on regional lockout blitz9news.com.auall 13 news articles [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinBomb threat at Kirwan State High SchoolTownsville Bulletin... called in after 9am. A school in Bowen is also among those evacuated. Hundreds of students have been evacuated with police on scene. It comes about a week after Townsville State High School was evacuated along with 9 other schools across the state.and more [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinJobs lift in port upgradeTownsville BulletinPort of Townsville CEO Ranee Crosby said the work would double the capacity of Berth 4, allowing for an additional two million tonnes of product a year to come through the port to meet projected trade growth. She said the quality of tender submissions ...Port of Townsville's capacity upgradedNorth Queensland Register$55M Berth Upgrade in Townsville PortMarineLinkall 3 news articles [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinKiller disease puts pound dogs at riskTownsville BulletinTownsville Veterinary Clinic vet Louisa Hick said at least two unvaccinated dogs had been euthanased in the past week after suffering severe bouts of parvo. “For better or worse, puppies are often associated with Christmas presents and not all of them ... [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Townsville BulletinPitt to fight for cityTownsville BulletinTreasurer Curtis Pitt said having the CEO based in Townsville, where the company will be headquartered, was a personal preference. But Mr Pitt (pictured) would not guarantee the recruitment of a new CEO would mandate they be based in the North.and more [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Courier MailCairns and Townsville won't be exempt from controversial Queensland lockout lawsCourier MailMs D'Ath was in Cairns and Townsville yesterday to sell the Palaszczuk Government plan to bring in a 2am last drinks call for the state's pubs and clubs from July 1 – or a 3am last drinks call for nightclub precincts like Fortitude Valley if combined ...Qld cabinet goes on regional lockout blitz9news.com.auall 11 news articles [...]
Wed, Feb 10, 2016, Continue reading at the source