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It’s Taipans Vs the Breakers – Let’s go Taipans… let’s go!

2017-11-02T10:29:09+00:00

New Zealand are sitting second on the NBL Ladder and our mighty Taipans in fourth place, so make sure you’re at the Convention Centre on Saturday 4th November to see them go head to head. Be there to cheer on the Taipans and get them across the line for another season win.

Congratulations to The Class of 2017

2017-11-03T10:50:34+00:00

It’s our favourite time of year when the regions high school graduates celebrate the end of their school life with Presentation Evenings and School Formals. We are privileged to share in some of these celebrations and wish the students from Redlynch State College, Cairns State High School, Peace Lutheran College, Trinity Anglican School, St Mary’s Catholic College and Trinity Bay High School all the very best with their next exciting challenge.

Australian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group 19th Annual Scientific Meeting

2017-09-29T12:46:35+00:00

The Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG) is the only research organisation in the Australasian region with a focus on gastro-intestinal cancers and they will be hosting their Annual Scientific Meeting at the Cairns Convention Centre 4-6 October 2017.

Office Brands and Office Products NZ Expo 2017

2017-09-15T11:11:01+00:00

The Cairns Convention Centre looks forward to welcoming more than 400 delegates to this year’s Office Brands and Office Products Depot NZ Conference and Expo from 22 – 25 September. The theme for this year’s Expo is “Better Together”. The dealer group is Australia’s largest independent business supplies and has almost 200 locations around Australia.

Worklink Stress Less Day Lunch

2017-09-15T11:10:19+00:00

Tickets are now available for the Stress Less Day Lunch being held at the Cairns Convention Centre on Wednesday 11th October 2017. Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is the ‘not to be missed’ guest speaker. In 1981 Dr Karl hosted ‘Great Moments in Science’ on Double J and since then his media career has exploded. He is currently the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow at the University of Sydney.