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Driver market powers Bundy tourism

An international tourism conference, partly held here in Bundaberg, has highlighted how the Bundaberg region is going strong through COVID-19 recovery. The Bundaberg Multiplex...

Finding answers for Bundaberg crab fishers

A University of Sunshine Coast (USC) study is underway to determine if sharks are wrongly getting a bad rap for taking a bite out...

Those with new tattoos can still donate plasma

Inked blood donors from Bundaberg will no longer have to wait four months since their last tattoo to donate plasma, with Lifeblood announcing the...

Donations continue to save lifes

An inspiring motivational speech from an Australian Red Cross Lifeblood representative in grade 12 was all it took to start local donor Mitch Anderson’s...

Has the QLD budget backed in Bundy businesses?

The 2020-21 Queensland State Government Budget handed down on December 1 included the largest capital works program in over a decade at $56 billion,...

Pineapple farmers prepare for the future

Some of the latest innovations and methods in pineapple farming were on display at farms around Bundaberg on December 3 during Growcom's South-East Queensland...

Mon Repos welcomes home most studied turtle in the world

Researchers at Mon Repos Turtle Centre in Bundaberg have welcomed home a female loggerhead turtle known to them since February 1977 – making the...

Optus 5G in Bundaberg one step closer

Optus 5G coverage could soon be coming to Bundaberg with proposed upgrades to the current 4G network awaiting approval. Optus has lodged a proposal...

Man in hospital after motorcycle crash

A male has been transported to Bundaberg Hospital after a singe-vehicle motorcycle crash in Thabeban on December 2. Paradmedics attended Brooklyn Street at...

78 year-old dies in crash

Police investigations will consider if a 78 year-old man who died in a traffic crash in Kepnock on December 2 suffered a medical episode...

Road rage Childers

At approximately 3.50pm on December 1, there was an alleged road rage incident near logging creek on Childers Road, North Isis. The people involved allegedly...

Easing tensions between farmers and developers

In an effort to minimise conflicts and mitigate effects on operations between farmers and developers, Bundaberg Regional Council has resolved to start the process...

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...