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Increased support for local artists a blessing

Support for artists throughout the Burnett and Wide Bay will be increased thanks to an innovative new collaboration. In a first of its kind, three...

QCWA Corner

Held earlier this month on 4 December was the QCWA Burnett Division meeting. At the meeting, division secretary Tamara Stephensen, from QCWA Howard Branch, reported...

Not your average cuckoo

The pheasant coucal (centropus phasianinus) is a large ‘cuckoo’ species found in the coastal and subcostal areas of northern and eastern Australia. A...

Serving up the best suggestions

Entertaining and Christmas are two of Olsens Corner Foodworks' Jane Brosnan’s favourite things. For Jane, her Christmas Day includes her large immediate and extended families,...

Delicious Christmas traditions covered

Serving up the freshest cuts is just part of the everyday for the team at Ken’s Kepnock Butchery. But when it comes to spreading Christmas...

Why was Bundy’s $15 million water bombing plane MIA?

The State Opposition and residents in Bundaberg and across Queensland are searching for answers as to why a $15 million state-leased water bombing plane...

Medical memories of 2013 floods

For many students studying medicine with The University of Queensland (UQ), their First Year Observership opportunity takes them on a two week adventure in...

$1,000 winner cherishes needed Christmas money

Yandaran's Jenny Sommerfeld said she cried happy tears when she got the call from Bundaberg Today after her entry was drawn out in the...

81 year-old dies in Booyal crash

A man has died, and two people are in hospital following a traffic crash in Booyal on December 7. Preliminary investigations indicate around 4.20pm, a...

Protecting your farm this storm season

There is an active La Nina event in the Pacific which is expected to peak from now and over the new year, bringing with...

Call to scrap farmers stamp duty

The Queensland Farmers Federation (QFF)is continuing to call on the State Government to remove stamp duty on crop insurance to further support viable and...

None of energy lost by online Battle of the Bands

For the first time ever it may have been online, but that didn’t take away from the colour, excitement and pure joy of Endeavour...

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...