Ever wondered what it's like to train like one of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys? We've launched our 2017 'Train LIKE a Cowboy' competition to give our Members and Queenslanders the chance of a lifetime to train with the Cowboys High Performance Team.
Local businesses are working together to get Bowen back on its feet as soon as possible with Queensland Country Credit Union providing services to Members tomorrow from inside the doors of local florist, Floral Notes.
So you've got the home and yard secured and plans prepared. Now it's time to turn your attention next to your insurance policy. When was the last time that you reviewed your cover? Does it include recent renovations or additions to the family home and its contents?
A proposed merger between North Queensland’s two largest credit unions is a step closer with a formal submission now signed by both boards and lodged with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) for regulatory approval. The submission comes after an extensive due diligence process which found no reason why the two businesses should not join forces to strengthen the mutual banking sector in Queensland.
The trend toward 'locally owned' is set to hit a new high for banking in regional Queensland.