Bay Power will host the Anzac Day double header, which will involve all four Wide Bay clubs.
Bundy boy signs deal with Garry Rogers Motorsport
"There are more important things than horses right now.”
Team announces strong squad for upcoming Central Queensland titles
Outcomes decided in the doubles
Just one point separates teams from The Waves
13 athletes will head school state championships in Hervey Bay
Wide Bay clubs commit to Australia's largest football cup
Paul Gallen says he's yet to make a decision on his rugby league future beyond 2017.
Halves pairing will shape Widdop's game plan
Aaron Woods glad Wests Tigers' Robbie Farah saga is over
FFA fines Wanderers $20,000
Premier Cronulla has signed Canberra Raiders winger Edrick Lee.
NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg cracking down on betting.
Pacquiao v Horn fight saga takes another twist.
These are the humdingers fans will be praying they don't see in 2017.
Noel "Crusher” Cleal had fire rip through his farm at Pappinbarra.
'Uncle Toni' regrets keeping news of his departure from Nadal.
We look at who is most likely hanging the boots up at end of 2017.
Aiken is out to conquer her personal demons, writes Terry Mallinder
Shane Watson opens up on his career struggles.
How Boyd turned his career - and life - around
There's a reason Shaun Marsh is seen as a virtual lock
Competition gives part-timers a chance to rub shoulders with greats.
Cowboys prop may feel a change of scenery could be an elixir.
Concept simply comes across as a clunkier version of sevens.
Tony Durkin looks at some of the left-field highlights.
Just when you thought you'd seen it all in Socceroos's career ...
Central defender has to make the best of his time at Inter Milan.
The Bulldogs are way outsiders to win this year's NRL premiership
NRL issues Simona with notice of intention to cancel registration.
Footy star hopes to provide a voice for players on new NRL channel
Parramatta pair first met playing park footy in New Zealand.
It's a 23-year-old who has Kevin Proctor excited in 2017.
"It's a breath of fresh air really, I needed it.”
Sea Eagle to put club ahead of Queensland and Australia this season.
"We're paying you half-a-million dollars to buy your home game”
Amid the hype of trades for Dion Prestia and Josh Caddy
Steele Sidebottom says the heat should be on Collingwood players.
Chris Mayne wants a new start with Pies.
Melbourne United has sacked coach Dean Demopoulos after an NBL season that fell short of expectations.
Poor start for first woman coach in men's continental competition.
Tim Cahill back and raring to go.
Brazil to play Socceroos at the MCG.
Osaka too strong for Adelaide United.
Jamie Vardy scores first Champions League goal.
Avraam Papadopoulos and Cameron Crestani want Roar deals.
Pace certainly has it's place - and can indeed flourish.
New Zealand launched a stunning series comeback
Adam Zampa and James Faulkner doing the bulk of the damage
Australia motivated by the freedom of having nothing to lose.
Growing mood of discontent among players.
Allan Border is worried about spinners in India.
Shane Watson opens up on India's master batsman.
94-Test veteran has answered the powerhouse's SOS for a seasoned playmaker
Much-maligned Swifts lost narrowly to the Giants in season-opener.
Laura Clemesha takes us inside the Firebirds inner sanctum
Ravaillion starred in four grand finals and won two premierships
NSW outfit keen to prove they're the "real deal”
Adelaide was trailing Fever by seven goals at three-quarter-time.
Diamond-studded and highly-rated Magpies were upstaged
Winx's winning streak stands at 14
Trainer Tony McEvoy says Hey Doc "has to” go the Australian Guineas.
Peter Moody insists Winx has same invincibility as Black Caviar.
Gladstone hopeful pipped at the post by big Bundaberg gelding.
Trainer says preparation faultless going into her comeback
Locals win on opening race meet of the year in Bundaberg
Craig Williams juggling four star contenders for the race.
A selection of photos from the weekends Burnett Cup competition at the Bundaberg Golf Club on the 18th and 9th Feb 2017.
'It's really impressive'
Aussie Jason Day has given up the world number one ranking.
Ha Na Jang produced a stunning late surge to win at Royal Adelaide.