We’re ready to turn the spotlight on the region’s sports volunteers and workers.
We’re ready to turn the spotlight on the region’s sports volunteers and workers.

We want to hear about your local sporting heroes

THE uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic will pose many challenges to the Central Highlands sports community.

Many competitions have suspended play indefinitely and others have postponed the scheduled starts of their seasons.

It also poses problems for CQ News journalists. There are, however, plenty of opportunities.

We’re ready to turn the spotlight on to our region’s volunteers, coaches and officials.

Sporting fields and gyms might not be seeing action for some time, but that doesn’t mean we can’t highlight the passion of sports volunteers, officials and coaches.

If you have a volunteer, life member, coach or official involved at any level of sport whose story you’d love to share, let us know.

Alternatively, in the midst of the growing virus fears, tell us what measures are being taken at your club to ensure its future.

We also want to speak to any athletes who are training for major competitions or championships.

Email through your suggestions to our newsroom at news@cqnews.com.au, message us on Facebook, or call 4980 0800.


Mining giant orders high-risk workers off Qld sites

premium_icon Mining giant orders high-risk workers off Qld sites

It’s understood the move has affected thousands of workers.

Resources roundtable pivots to coronavirus response

premium_icon Resources roundtable pivots to coronavirus response

The council, CHDC, and nine mining companies this week released a statement about...

‘Nurses under threat’: Testers lack protective gear

premium_icon ‘Nurses under threat’: Testers lack protective gear

Nurses under protected in COVID-19 pandemic: claim