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John shares commitment to service

For Queensland Fire Emergency Service auxiliary firefighter John Ratcliffe, there is an unmistakable enthusiasm for his job that has kept him coming back for...

Nicola always happy to lend a hand

For acute care paramedic 2 (ACP2) Nicola Grundy, there has always been something that has drawn her to first aid and helping those in...

Wonderful day out for Legacy Ladies

Bundaberg Legacy has once again showcased how this organisations enjoys nothing more than promoting community and having the opportunity to care for families of...

Government must stand with agriculture on exports

Farming has always been at the forefront of Australia’s development, feeding and clothing our growing population while providing an underlying economic lynchpin vital to...

Commitment to patients priority for Emma

For Clinical Nurse Consultant Emma Nugent a typical day in the Bundaberg Hospital emergency department can start as fairly routine supporting her team on...

Playgroup provides community spirit for Gin Gin

With relaxed, well laid out surrounds and a great community feel, Gin Gin is continuing to be a place that has something for everyone,...

Ocean runs through views of lifesaver

A regular fixture at the Moore Park Surf Lifesaving Club, director and patrol captain John Davis jokes that the club is almost like his...

4th November 1954, new fire station officially opened

Local historian and volunteer co-ordinator at the Old Pharmacy Museum, Scott Stedman shares stories of the region “A very disappointing crowd turned up on Saturday...

Future proofing safer roads

It’s never to early to learn about road safety as local emergency service personnel taught Bundaberg school students some potential lifesaving lessons during Road...

Farmers will go broke at these rates

Farmers battle everything from drought, flood, pests, disease, commodity prices and the ever-increasing creep of government over-regulation to feed and clothe us. It’s difficult to...

Hijacking of pandemic situation destructive to our health and lives

We’re being told Covid-19 is the main battleground and “we’re all in this together” fighting a for healthy future, right? Well maybe not... The lockdown...

Recession – when? just now….

I prefer the old rule of thumb – “if your neighbour is out of work – it is a recession. If you are out...

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Police advising locals to LOCK IT OR LOSE IT

Unfortunately, over the past few weeks Bundaberg Police have seen an increase in reports of houses and vehicles being unlawfully entered. Suburbs including Bundaberg South...