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Million Paws walk ready to roll

With this year seeing the return of the Million Paws Walk in Bundaberg and in its 30th year, RSPCA Bundaberg manager Natalie Hyde could...

Nothing rusty in this band’s sound

Rusty Pickups are Michael Cook, Lee Fielding, Ayden Roberts and Waylon Katz, a country and Americana ensemble from the Darling Downs in Queensland. Rusty Pickups...

Sharing joy of fresh seafood with customers

There is no denying that seafood plays a huge part in our dining culture throughout Australia. Whether it’s peeling prawns around the Christmas table,...

Wide Bay’s Big Build gets Big Boost with training for a million Queenslanders

In the biggest skills and training reform in almost a decade, the Miles Labor Government will fund one million training places for Queenslanders –...

Lighthouse Rock postponed to keep brand strong

Lighthouse Presents director Gavin Hales is a man that doesn’t do things by halves. As a proud resident of Burnett Heads and a family man...

Childers Festivals tickets on sale Monday

Tickets for this year’s Childers Festival are on sale from 10 am, Monday 27 May, marking the countdown to one of the region’s most...

Walk for Awareness brings community together

Appreciating the importance of bringing the community together and also raising awareness of Domestic and Family Violence, on 24 May, the EDON Place team...

Small but still remarkable, Miniature Madness exhibition

Bundaberg Art Society opened their annual miniature exhibition Miniature Madness on Friday 17 May at their Hazzard Gallery at 95c Walker Street Bundaberg. President Marilyn...

Childers School memories

Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser Friday 13 December 1918 - Childers State School. “The breaking-up of the Childers School was this year a...

Kroombit Tops and surrounds trip for club

Precede Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club publications officer Brad Praed shares their latest journey. Members of the Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club headed to Kalpowar over...

ADA Australia aged care advocate Bundaberg/Burnett Venessa Piron.

What is the best part about your role? Seeing people gain confidence back again by empowering them to self-advocate. What are some positive things that...

Winter plant awareness

With winter approaching we’re all dreading catching the many colds, coughs and stomach bugs that seem to proliferate over this season. Often when we...

Australian Made inspires local fashion business

With a theme Australian Made Makes Australia, Australian Made Week held from 20 to 26 May continues to highlight some stand out services throughout...

A letter to us

Payroll outsourcing