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KASEY BROWN OUT OF COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Star Taree squash player Kasey Brown has bowed out of the Commonwealth Games. In round 16 of the women’s singles, Brown was outclassed by Northern Island’s Madeline Perry, three sets to one. Fellow Aussie, Rachael Grinham has also been knocked out.     Read More »

TOM TATE SCOPES OUT GLASGOW FOR COMM GAMES POINTERS

The Commonwealth games is underway and Mayor Tom Tate is in Glasgow picking up pointers for OUR event. He joined reporter Darren Curtis to discuss what he’s learnt so far. Read More »

THOMAS FRASER-HOLMES TAKES ON RECORD BREAKING FEAT IN GLASGOW

He’s only 22, but Thomas Fraser-Holmes believes it’s time to write his own piece of history. The Miami swimmer is taking on a massive program in Glasgow, and wants to emulate the feats of another champion swimmer. Read More »

NEW COSSIES FOR THE AUSSIES: LOCAL SWIMMERS SHOW OFF COMM GAMES GETUP

Superfish Cameron McEvoy could potentially win six gold medals at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. But today, he traded the black line for the catwalk, as he and Melanie Schlanger modelled the Australian team’s new swimwear. Read More »

WATTS LEAVES FOR GLASGOW

BOXING

Camden Haven local Shelley Watts has left Australia for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The 26-year old Australian lightweight champion is one of just three women who will represent the country in boxing in Glasgow. It’s the first time women’s boxing has been included in the games. Watts will compete in the 60-kilogram lightweight division.   (No audio) Read More »

LOCAL PRODUCTS TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE AT 2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Got a few thousand ping pong balls or safety pins lying around? If so, your small business could be one of many invited to cash in on the Commonwealth Games. The Government wants to prove, local products are best. Read More »

LOCAL ATHLETES HEAD OFF TO GLASCOW

With the Commonwealth Games just over a month away, Griffith University today farwelled its Gold Coast-based athletes. Among them triathlete Ashleigh Gentle, and swimmer Cameron McEvoy. Read More »

SHELLEY WATTS MAKES HISTORY IN WOMENS BOXING

BOXING

Camden Haven local, Shelley Watts will be one of three women representing Australia in boxing at the Commonwealth Games. It’s the first time women’s boxing has been included in the games, and Watts is ready to show the world what she’s got. Read More »

BOWLS CHAMPS LOOKING FOR A WIN AT BLACK DOUGLAS

Some of the biggest names in lawn bowls turned out at South Tweed Sports for day one of the Ladies Black Douglas tournament. The competition is one of the most high-profile women’s bowls clashes in the country. A score of experienced masters are competing for the 10 thousand dollar grand prize… But with a crop of talented juniors competing for the first time, it’s anyone’s game. “Carmen Anderson, who’s been a two time winner. Di Cunnington’s here, and she’s a past winner.” “I think it’ll be very even, because these young ones are an unknown quantity.” Read More »

BUDGET HARD-SELL BEGINS ON COAST

The hard sell is well underway following last night’s tough Federal Budget, made a little easier on the Gold Coast with more than $150 million allocated for the Commonwealth Games. Still, Gold Coasters will be hit hard, with cuts to family benefits. Read More »

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