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Culture Bites encourages sharing of culture

The Bundaberg and District Neighbourhood Centre was pleased to hold its first multicultural gathering in more than 12 months on 16 February. The...

Rotary continues to showcase dedication to community through baton relay

The dedication of Rotary Clubs to their local communities is seen on a regular basis through fundraising, support and a barbecue or two. Bundaberg has...

Savouring the tastes of whisky through new club

Whisky. It is a drink that we have often seen served ‘neat’ in many a Hollywood movie, or praised for its smooth flavour by celebrities. Now...

Estate gives boost to council project with large planting

A clear focus on creating a natural environment through the estate and being a part of the local community has seen Bargara Headlands Estate...

Bundaberg State High farewells valued staff

As historian Henry Adams said, “a teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” This quote was never more fitting than at...

Give power back to regional Australia

Regional Australia has a one in 100-year opportunity to set the agenda for what is needed to achieve a brighter and more prosperous future...

Great divide over $80 million Bundaberg Flood Levee

As the political argy-bargy over the Bundaberg East Flood Levee continues, there is a growing sentiment of a dividing opinion on the construction of...

Bundaberg Central shopping centre sells for $4.2M

A Sydney syndicator has purchased the Target-anchored Bundaberg Central shopping centre at 13 Tantitha Street, which sold for $4.2 million after a successful expressions...

Council’s 10 year stormwater management strategy

A 10-year Stormwater Management Strategy has been adopted by Bundaberg Regional Council providing a clear direction to prioritise works ahead of budget deliberations. Roads and...

Rescue chopper called to ATV rollover

A man in his 60s has been airlifted to hospital after he was injured in a farming accident, earlier today (22 February) in Lowmead. It's...

Bundy records hottest day in more than 100 years

Bundaberg residents certainly felt the heat today (Monday) as temperatures soared in the region. So much so, that it broke 100 year records. Bundaberg recorded its...

New book inspires Bundaberg women

Prominent Bundaberg business woman and mother Rebecca Corbett has contributed to the writing and production of an Amazon best selling book. Ms Corbett is...

Community gets moving

The Move It Expo on Sunday 18 February saw the Bundaberg Multiplex filled with community members eager to investigate a new sporting club they...