Plain Dealer to close offices

By Murray Murchison. With the agreement of the Boney Corporation, and after much deliberation, management at the Trinity Beach Plain Dealer have decided to close offices and cease reporting as of 15 March 2020. The decision has not been taken lightly. Our first responsibility is to our employees. As an example, although Heather Luck looksContinue reading “Plain Dealer to close offices”

Boney Corporation acquires Plain Dealer

Multinational media behemoth, Boney Corporation, has acquired the Trinity Beach Plain Dealer for an undisclosed sum. As a result, the Plain Dealer joins a venerable group of publications in the Boney stable, including the Sydney Morning Herald, L’Equipe and the Innisfail Sentinel. Editor in chief, Murray Murchison was enthusiastic about the development and was clearlyContinue reading “Boney Corporation acquires Plain Dealer”

Portrait competition unleashed!

By Murray Murchison. Calling all artists! The Plain Dealer has launched another competition aimed at unearthing some of the great artistic talent in North Queensland. In the past, our limerick and haiku competitions have been very popular, but at the Plain Dealer, we are always looking closely at the visual arts. This year, the challengeContinue reading “Portrait competition unleashed!”

Inaugural Shirts v Skins Touch Football Comp announced

By Destiny Givens The annual Christians v Atheists touch football competition has been expanded and now will be held on the first weekend in August at Barlow Park. It includes extra teams, including a Seventh Day Adventist contingent (pictured above). The event, conducted in a shirts/skins format, was originally scheduled for this week, but hasContinue reading “Inaugural Shirts v Skins Touch Football Comp announced”