BCiB Australian Jackaroo Natasha Van Eldik and recently-retired inter- national teammate Karen Murphy are amongst 22 current and former Australian athletes named AIS-Lifeline Community Custodians for 2020-21. Now in its […]
BCiB Australian Jackaroo Ellen Ryan, who recently completed her journey to becoming a Retained Firefighter for Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW). With much of the world currently shrouded in uncertainty, […]
Youthful talent abounded at the Bowls Queensland Junior State Championship in Toowoomba from January, 19-24. Held across Toowoomba and North Toowoomba Bowls Clubs, players vied for the Fours, Triples, Pairs […]
OVER 50,000 Australian military veterans live in communities affected by this season’s unprecedented bushfires and there is support available to them through the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA), Minister for […]
High intensity interval training (HIIT) may be doing more than just keeping you fit and strong – it may also help prevent age-related cognitive illnesses, such as dementia. A University of Queensland […]
By Domenic Favata BCiB Australian Jackaroos veteran Nathan Rice has announced his international retirement, effective at the end of the 2019 Multi-Nations. Rice, 40, made his debut for Australia in […]
BY DOMENIC FAVATA The Jackaroos collective make-up for the 2019 Trans Tasman Test Series is beginning to take shape, with the disciplines confirmed for the previously announced Development team. As has […]
Bowls NSW has stated that “the requirement to be male in gender to register with Bowls NSW under the Bowls NSW Constitution and Regulations will be removed.” This allows any member clubs and affiliated sub-clubs to register a person of any gender as Member or registered player and will be able to compete in Association events.