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Food fresh from the farm

Fruit and vegetables fresh from the farm, trees and vines will sit alongside meats straight from the paddock and the ocean as the Taste...

Spice it up at Riverfeast

We’ve all heard of things going off with a bang, but the opening event for the Taste Bundaberg Festival will bring a little heat...

This year’s festival ‘the best’

Well known for its rich, organic soil and wealth of delicious fresh produce that bursts from it, this year’s Taste Bundaberg Festival is set...

‘Walking away’ from Level 5 Bundaberg Hospital commitment

LNP Member for Burnett Stephen Bennett has accused Labor's Bundaberg MP Tom Smith of betraying the people of Bundaberg, breaking his major election commitment...

Tragedy helps develop beautiful artwork

Recent paintings by Robert Brownhall explore a life-changing experience he had as a child in Bundaberg, during a period he was living with his...

Excitement of Sound of Music brought to life

With a personality that simply screams fun and entertainment, international superstar, sex symbol and piano accordionist Hans will host live shows on his Sing-A-Long-A...

Bundaberg still top in tourism

Bundaberg might not have taken out the coveted first place in Queensland’s hotly contested Top Tourism Town, but it showed it was up there...

Coastal areas covered for community commitment

With Rotary enjoying a compelling history within Bundaberg, this local community group now has a new member to add in the Satellite Club of...

Childers student hit the mountain bike trail

What started as a fun outdoor activity for the small number of students at school during Covid lockdowns has fast become a regular activity...

Lawrence a great inspiration for school bushland

Elliott Heads State School students have been treated to the guidance and expertise of well-known landscape architect Lawrence Smith. Principal Nichola Lister said Lawrence was...

It’s party time

Bundaberg is set to welcome the first electronic dance music festival of its kind, described as Bundy’s biggest party. DAYZFEST Music Festival will debut this...

Funding accelerates Driving College upgrade

The Palaszczuk Government has announced that the Bundaberg Drivers College will receive $20,888.53 in funding to upgrade the existing road circuit. Member for Bundaberg Tom...

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Blood almost like gold to patients

For cancer survivor Molly Dawson, being a blood recipient just once made such a difference to her life. Although thankfully now in remission and back...