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Nancy dedicated to raising funds to help others

When you speak to McGrath Breast Care Nurse Nancy Scott, it is clear that this is a woman who is very passionate about her...

Lose yourself in the pleasure of books

The appeal of a great novel never loses its appeal and Tunja Cottier is proving that the chance to own a quality book is...

Highway safety works underway

The Palaszczuk Government will begin works on November 23 on the $555,000 Isis Highway intersection upgrade at Branyan. After last month unveiling...

Two in Bundaberg Hospital after crash

Two patients have been taken to Bundaberg Hospital following a two vehicle crash on the intersection of Branyan and and Woondooma Street this morning....

Childers set to shine with Christmas cheer

With Christmas just around the corner and quite a few visitors expected to stop in Childers for a taste of some local hospitality, the...

Stolen boat, Kraka Jak

Between Wednesday, November 4 and Friday, November 6, a fishing boat and trailer were stolen from Byron Street, Burnett Heads. The vessel is described as...

Arts unite people through a common medium

Given that Rebecca Hutchins started performing herself at the age of four wanting to be the next Judy Garland with a clear dramatic flair...

Latest news and hamper filled with tasty treats a great Christmas option

With her Facebook filled with rave reviews, Hannah Gates from Think Me Hampers is showing that the decision to make a reality a business...

More support for #LessIsMore

Following on from their successful #LessIsMore for the Great Barrier Reef campaign last year, the Burnett Local Marine Advisory Committee (Burnett LMAC) was thrilled...

Moirag appreciates difference scholarship can make

It takes a special person to be a registered nurse for Cancer Care Services, but for Moirag Meehan she couldn’t imagine doing anything else. It...

Bundy schools to become a salad bowl

Bundaberg growers will join forces with schools to get kids eating more fresh vegetables and fruit with the region announced as a pilot location...

Kalkie students blow minds

Kalkie State School students are all smiles as they discovered they’d won the Inaugural NAIDOC Minecraft Education Challenge. Timed to coincide with NAIDOC week, year...

Volunteer’s quiet contribution to Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg

Long-time Bundaberg resident Joan Strohfeldt always said she wouldn’t stop when she retired - she wanted to keep giving back to the community. So, when...

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