Townsville News

Friday 1st August 2014
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Townsville Facts


Population: Approx 121,700
Longitude: 146.74
Latitude: -19.25
Street Map: Click Here
Country: Australia (AU)
Weather Station: Townsville Amo
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News Headlines

Are oversize ambulances for obese the way of the future?
THREE-QUARTERS of people in Mackay and Townsville regions are overweight or obese.
Rockhampton mum takes on 21km run in memory of family
MOST family reunions involve lots of food and photo albums. But when Dallas Bell sees her family it will be for a 21 kilometre run in Townsville this weekend.
Airlie man found with weapons
A 22-YEAR-OLD Airlie Beach man has been arrested in Townsville on a number of weapons charges.
Mackay is Queensland's newest health and fitness hub
MACKAY is overtaking Townsville as the new health and fitness hub.
North Quensland Cowboys v Gold Coast Titans
1300SMILES Stadium, Townsville, Saturday 5.30pm (AEST)
Knife edge
July 23, 2014, 12:30 p.m. It's a quiet Monday night in Townsville and an ambulance radio crackles to life in the car park of the far north Queensland city's main hospital.
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Sports Headlines

EPA says baseball fields near landfill are safe
Baseball fields that sit near a St. Louis County landfill that is contaminated with Cold War-era nuclear waste are safe for public use, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. The EPA began ...
Olympic sailing champions race in huge Rio 'toilet'
Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - Twenty-three Olympic medalists start trials on Saturday for the 2016 Rio Games in a bay littered with dead animals, television sets, sofas, shoes and not much clean water.
Rugby's elite breeding ground takes a mauling
Just as things are looking up for the Waratahs and Wallabies, the 101-0 thrashing of Newington by the Scots College has raised questions about rugby's private school heartland.
Tensions high ahead of Super Rugby final
Crusaders captain Kieran Read has walked out on a scheduled photo shoot with NSW counterpart Michael Hooper on the eve of the Super Rugby final.
Flares take focus from on-field flair
Football Federation Australia has promised to ban people found responsible for lighting flares at the match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Canberra FC on Wednesday night.
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