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Latest data confirms one in 12 Australians will be affected by blood cancer

On World Blood Cancer Day, Tuesday 28 May, the Leukaemia Foundation unveiled shocking new statistics highlighting the widespread prevalence of blood cancer in Australia,...

Riding into steward’s role

While he is now the chief steward for cattle and show society committee member, that wasn’t Bevan Glasgow’s first commitment to the Bundaberg Show. Bevan...

Mary River species danger

Globally significant species more than 150 million years old will be lost forever if urgent action isn’t taken to save Queensland’s biodiversity hotspot, the...

Local Winners at QLD Landcare awards

The Bundaberg region were the big winners in this year’s state Landcare awards which saw over 60 award nominees across nine categories. The Landcare Awards...

Lifetime of poultry showing

For 60 years Bundaberg’s Mal McDougall has bred poultry, a pastime that has awarded him not only show championships but a rich history of...

Strong sense of community

With planning well underway for the St Luke’s Anglican School 30th anniversary celebrations, current principal Matthew Hughes has welcomed the opportunity to reflect on...

Taskforce crunch crime

The Queensland Police youth crime taskforce is crunching the stats on the first year of action with almost 1200 youth offenders charged and nearly...

Pharmacy facelift offers more value

Plaza Pharmacy has had a major overhaul in the past week with a complete revamp that is set to save Bundaberg residents money while...

Queensland Computers empowers creativity in 3D

Local business owners Geoff Augutis, director Queensland Computers, and Jesse Zielke, JRZ Homes recently joined Queensland Chief Entrepreneur, Julia Spicer for an inspiring event...

From the vice president

Bundaberg Show Society vice president Craig Mills shares his story. Almost 20 years ago now, I answered a small advertisement in the NewsMail for volunteers...

Letter from the president

The Bundaberg AP and I Society will celebrate the 130 years of the Bundaberg Show in 2024 - 29, 30 and 31 May....

Difficult season affects soybean harvest

Soybean growers are being reminded to consider their options for desiccation as the soybean harvest progresses in many regions. Wet weather throughout the season in...

Woman airlifted from bush after snake bite

Bundaberg-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter crew has airlifted a woman after she was bitten by a snake in thick bushland in the North Burnett...