A local AFL club is kicking goals with the recent upgrade of change rooms to cater for the growing number of girls in the sport.
A new $20,000 road safety bike training track will be built for the Townsville community thanks to the Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants. We dropped by the site of the track at Townsville Central State School and the students were very excited!
The small town of Jerona will soon be less isolated in times of crisis thanks to the construction of a helicopter landing site. WIN News popped down to visit the President of Jerona Citizens Association Gary Read, Queensland Country Ayr Branch Manager Debbie Szendrey and Queensland Country General Manager Retail Banking Andrew McArdle at the Ayr Hospital helicopter landing pad to celebrate the announcement of the funding.
Local footy players will soon have access to safer game day equipment with the installation of three new sets of goal posts at Stanthorpe United Redbacks Football Club.
A cool change is coming to the Mount Isa Race Club thanks to two large marquees, which are being purchased with funding from Queensland Country Credit Union’s Good for Good Community Grants.
The small town of Jerona will soon be less isolated in times of crisis thanks to the construction of a helicopter landing site.
Local families will soon have access to upgraded play equipment at Pebbles Playgroup thanks to $11,000 in funding from Queensland Country Credit Union’s Good for Good Community Grants.
When Donna and Pierre realised their little boy Arthur (Artie) was not himself, they did what any parents would do and whisked him off to their local doctor in Atherton on the Tablelands. Little did they know this check-up would lead Donna and little Artie to be on the 1st available Royal Flying Doctors Service to be flown immediately to Townsville where he would be assessed by the paediatric team.
Eight community projects will soon be completed thanks to funding from Queensland Country Credit Union’s Good for Good Community Grants.
Long term sponsors of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are set to convert their Staff and Members pride for their team into new products and team memberships as the club’s ‘Official Banking Partner’, Queensland Country, re-signs.
So far our partnership with Ronald McDonald Houses Charities North Australia has injected $20,001 into the Queensland Chapters. Your contributions will help this grow and support families during times of need. Meet the Looker family and read their story on why the charity is so important for their family.
Queensland Country’s commitment to community initiatives continues with today’s opening of their Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grant applications, which will see over $120,000 awarded to not-for-profit community groups across the state.
So far our partnership with Ronald McDonald House has injected $20,001 in to the Queensland Chapters. Your contributions will help this grow. This partnership supports children like Rani, aged 17, who spent 105 nights at Ronald McDonald House Charities North Australia after suffering a stroke.
We gave Queenslanders the opportunity to enter a competition to win the ultimate NRL Grand Final trip to Sydney including a Diamond double pass to the game, Sydney Harbour Cruise and spending money. Our Member Sophie A. from Home Hill was our lucky winner and she has kindly taken the time to share with us her highlights.
Michael is half way through his second year as an open bull rider and has competed in multiple circuits across the country including the Australian Professional Rodeo Association (APRA). This weekend he will compete for the first time in the Mount Isa Rodeo, of which Queensland Country are a proud Major Sponsor.
Ever wondered what it's like to train like one of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys? We've launched our 2017 'Train LIKE a Cowboy' competition to give our Members and Queenslanders the chance of a lifetime to train with the Cowboys High Performance Team.