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Lyn realises her dream through education

The chance to help and encourage children is the realisation of a lifelong dream for St Luke’s Anglican School teaching assistant Lyn Brown. Lyn had...

Nutrition for dogs just a delicious treatie away

For Tracey Golchert, her decision to start Wanna Treatie was simple. She was finding it hard to give her dogs a treat that wasn’t costing...

Moustache reminds Justin of importance of helping others

Australia’s leading men’s health organisation, Movember, is reminding Aussies that in 2020, it will be the most important Mo you’ll ever grow. In what...

William Cole-Bloore – “I’m cutting my hair to stand up to cancer!”

Having grown his hair for quite some time now, Elliott Heads State School school captain William Cole-Bloore is ready to cut it all off...

School focused on providing new cultural opportunities

Speaking to Elliott Heads State School principal Mrs Nichola Lister and Indigenous Support Teacher Aide, Dean Lillyman, it is clear they share a common...

Matthew uses life experiences for children’s book

For many years Matthew Barker has been making his mark on the music world throughout Australia as a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, even writing his...

Queensland’s recovery must place people ahead of ideology

Even before the new Queensland Cabinet has been sworn in – or even announced – the Government has placed economic rebuilding at the top...

Builders and buyers hungry for HomeBuilder extension as grant continues to feed demand

The latest regional building approvals figures confirm HomeBuilder is continuing to feed demand for new homes – but builders and buyers are still being...

ALDI Avoca to launch with fresh new look

Local residents are set to enjoy an even better shopping experience at ALDI Avoca as it relocates to a new address with a fresh...

Regional medicine offers work and life experience like no other

Dr Marc Burton came to Bundaberg in his third year of medical school – and liked it so much he hasn’t left. Now aged 30...

Bright futures for CQU grads

Fifty-four CQUniversity (CQU) Bundaberg students celebrated their graduation on 12 November at the Bundaberg campus' first graduation ceremony since April last year. Some students...

Global conference comes to Bundy

Bundaberg will be one of five locations or 'Satellite Nodes' across Australia to host a live stream of the Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference...

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Medal for Bundy’s Olympian

Bundaberg's Isaac Cooper has won a bronze medal and he didn't even have to race to do it. Cooper got the medal after the 4...