“CQ Have A Lot Going For Them”

Respected Rugby League journalist Steve Macord wrote about the issue of getting news from regional Australia into capital cities in the Sydney Morning Herald this… Read more »

DEVELOP, DEVELOP, DEVELOP

A few of my friends are in Real Estate and I have lived in a lot of different houses and units over the years, so… Read more »

For the Love of the Game

A piece from last Saturday’s Morning Bulletin:
Why rugby league is a way of live for CQ NRL Bid CEO Denis Keeffe.
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CQ Stadium is in Good Hands

They were responsible for the icons Yankee Stadium, Royal Ascot and the home of Wimbledon – and now they’ve completed a design proposal for an… Read more »

CQ’s Bid is Given Stamp of Approval - Todd Balym (Courier Mail)

A comprehensive financial stress test from the world’s largest accountancy firm has the Central Queensland bid team confident they have nailed the crucial vialbility criteria… Read more »

Two Great But Very Different Games

I love my Rugby League live, even though an afternoon or evening on the couch, in front of the plasma, watching Rugby League is more… Read more »

Expansion plan sweetener in TV talks - Sydney Morning Herald

EXPANSION plans that include the possibility of the competition increasing by  two teams, staggered over two years, have been flagged during negotiations with  television networks… Read more »

Barba puts on show for the family - Steve Mascord/Brisbane Times

An hour after engineering the try of the season, Canterbury fullback Ben  Barba seemed to be hyperventilating as he was interviewed, sucking in short,  sharp… Read more »

A love of footy became the making of Mal Meninga - Herald Sun

ARTHUR Beetson taught Mal Meninga who he was but it was Norm Meninga who taught him where he’d come from and how far he could… Read more »

NRL a massive hit in CQ

HEARTLAND Central Queensland’s appetite for live NRL has been wetted. MACKAY’s Virgin Australia Stadium was the place and the date was Sunday 24th June, 2012… Read more »