April 2018 Classifieds

Looking For Love Japanese lady new in town, looking for gentlemen to take me up the range and down the gorge. Smooth back please. Send photo and financials to @Kiko_dcup Wanted Wanted: Taipan catcher wanted for sunflower de-snaking. Prefer single man, tall and fit. No bogans. @shelly_freshwater. Wanted: Experienced cricket player with solid forward defenceContinue reading “April 2018 Classifieds”

Cowboys fail to resolve teamwork issues: Tate allegedly shot by players

By Destiny Givens Following a string of five losses, a clinical coaching performance by Paul Green initially halted the Cowboys’ slump with a rousing and mistake-strewn win against the drug-addled Titans. It has been reported that Green had sequestered the entire Cowboys playing group in the CowHouse for some intense work-shopping following the loss toContinue reading “Cowboys fail to resolve teamwork issues: Tate allegedly shot by players”

Yellow Bamboo studio opens at Smithfield

By Heather Luck A new dojo is opening at Smithfield, specialising in the arcane Huáng Zhú fighting style. The ancient disciple of Huáng Zhú (trans: yellow bamboo) is unlike other contact martial art, as it depends upon the power of the mind to disable opponents and achieve victory. The core principle is the use ofContinue reading “Yellow Bamboo studio opens at Smithfield”

Sexy Jess wins the FNQOTY gong

By Kimberley Schloss In a lavish ceremony at the Reef Casino in Cairns, international pop sensation and assistant coach at the Mackay Cutters, Jessica Mauboy, has been named as Far North Queenslander of the Year. The former Young Diva has been a perennial finalist in the competition, and is the first non-Cowboy recipient since SharynContinue reading “Sexy Jess wins the FNQOTY gong”

Solomon cracks one through the covers at the Rondo

By Heather Luck The Cairns Dance Ensemble has announced their 2018 Rondo theatre program, which features a range of productions that will excite and captivate aficionados of the dance arts. The first offering is an adaption of Solomon, (above) an modern dance interpretation of the acclaimed ballet about the life of cricketer Joe Solomon. ChoreographedContinue reading “Solomon cracks one through the covers at the Rondo”

Grey Lagoon treasures go under the hammer

By Paolo Zupp Yesterday, at the Smithfield Cultural Centre, the accoutrements from the production of Grey Lagoon were put to auction. With Mark Carmady brandishing the hammer on behalf of Quaid Auctioneers, the bidding was slow to warm up. Several items, including Alby Mangel’s Daewoo Leganza and the prosthetic crocodile failed to reach reserve. ThingsContinue reading “Grey Lagoon treasures go under the hammer”

Can Skippy be the peacemaker?

By Allan Povah Rumours are rife in Washington, Pyongyang and Townsville that special envoy, Sir Skippy Huegill, may be involved in brokering the meeting between US President Donald J Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Huegill, who speaks moderately accurate Korean, had developed a relationship with Kim whilst serving as North Queensland Ambassador.Continue reading “Can Skippy be the peacemaker?”