And they’re off and racing! The 2019 Cobber Challenge starts today (August 9 2019) and 11 dogs from across Australia are competing to win the title of Australia’s hardest working dog.
The COAG meeting of state and territory leaders with the Prime Minister presents a golden opportunity to bring the VET sector back into the frame of Australia’s education system. Vocational education and trade training must receive the same recognition as other education pathways.
FENCiT will be hosting another fencing event, this time at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast on the 19th September.
On July 20 1989, the late former Prime Minister Bob Hawke delivered his speech to launch the national formation of the Landcare movement.
Sydneysiders are invited to help green our city and create local habitats on Sunday 28 July 2019.
For anglers who enjoy either the open waters off the coast or prefer our inland waterways, the Sydney International Boat Show promises new vessels, the latest rods, tackle, accessories and loads of technology designed to make your day on the water even more enjoyable.
Residents from north-eastern Victoria will share their ideas and thoughts on how to make local roads safer at tonight’s (July 17 2019) regional road safety forum in Shepparton.
The Sydney International Boat Show, 1 – 5 August 2019 at the International Convention Centre Sydney, presents an impressive line-up of speakers, each with their own tales of adventure and achievement, sure to inspire and entertain the thousands of visitors expected across the 5 days of the show.
Does your dog have what it takes to be crowned Australia’s hardest working dog? Put it to the test by nominating it for the 2019 Cobber Working Dog Challenge.
Toyota GAZOO Racing will bring the curtain down on its record-breaking 2018-2019 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) season when it sets out to defend its Le Mans 24 Hours crown in the most challenging event of the year.