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Magpies and Waves resume season with wins

The Rum City Foods division one premiership resumed on Saturday after the Christmas break and washouts, with two matches at Salter Oval. On oval number...

Lock it or lose it in South Kolan

Overnight on 14 January, a vehicle was parked at a residence on Jensen Street, South Kolan when the passenger side window was smashed to...

Farmers get $20 million to deal with pests and feral animals

A new joint investment by federal, state and territory governments in managing feral pests and weeds is good news for farmers. The Australian Bureau of...

Nearly 200 farmers report damage in Wide Bay flood survey

AgForce has launched the Wide Bay/Somerset Flood Survey, allowing farmers to report the damage they suffered and support an application for federal disaster funding. Close...

Gala dinner fundraiser to help build a school in Africa

“Global Care Africa” have a goal. To see as many displaced children as possible with a good home, good food, clean clothes and a...

It’s not too late to start achieving your career goals in 2022

TAFE Queensland is reassuring locals who may be considering a career change or looking to upskill in 2022 but have not yet solidified their...

Friendship force club excited for possibilities in 2022

Well known as a welcoming region with a lot of incredible sights to showcase, it is no wonder it has a strong Bundaberg Friendship...

Time to bust the cane toads

The Great Cane Toad Bust is coming your way! This is a national incentive to increase community cane toad control activities and Australians from...

Volunteer grant brings experience to centre

The Bundaberg and District Neighbourhood Centre have been able to start the new year with impeccable grounds thanks to receiving a share of the...

More orange e-scooters coming to Bundaberg

75 more of those orange e-scooters will be buzzing around our towns and coastline soon, with Neuron Mobility expanding the area scooters can travel...

Robotti, the future of farming coming to Bundaberg

An autonomous multi-purpose agricultural robot, that has been 20 years in the making, is soon touching down in Bundaberg and looking to make life...

To much rain causing headaches for farmers

Farmers are always praying for rain but sometimes to much can cause major damage. This was the case across the Wide Bay region last weekend,...

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Magpies and Waves resume season with wins

The Rum City Foods division one premiership resumed on Saturday after the Christmas break and washouts, with two matches at Salter Oval. On oval number...