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Questions lead to memorable theatre

What starts as a simple question can be an experience to remember for 9 to 13-year-olds with a passion for theatre. Arts Bundaberg will run...

Childers Festival a resounding success

It is the event that closes the Bruce Highway and so many visitors to the Childers Festival were glad to see it return for...

Agricultural census allows farmers to share their needs

Farmers are being encouraged to provide an accurate picture of the nation’s agricultural activity through the Agricultural Census. From this month, the Australian Bureau of...

Sweet sound makes duo welcome entertainment

With a name that is hard to forget, 2 Za Crowd is an acoustic duo performing interpretations of a wide range of popular music. With...

Conservatorium takes honours program regionally

Bundaberg Christian College hosted the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) over the weekend. Instrumental music students in Grades 5 to 9 with AMEB or equivalent...

Guinea pigs a welcome addition to the festival

What started as an idea from one student who had a love of animals has become the joy of so many at Moore Park...

New premises give future focus

The urgency of the situation on 20 July last year was immediately all too clear for Federal Backpackers owner Rohan Hill, who was living...

Importance of organ donation clear

While Donatelife Week ends on 1 August, the importance of organ donation and registrations won't. More than 1800 people in Australia are waiting to have...

Take a trip down the forbidden road

It's time for audiences at The Waves Sports Club to take a musical journey down the Forbidden Road. This isn’t some kind of risqué moment...

Colour, talent and creativity on display

With more than 200 quilts of all sizes on display, visitors will be blown away by the colour, variety and skill showcased at the...

Research could make all the difference

While for some of us the chance to wear our jeans is a comfortable fashion choice, it means so much more to Bundaberg mother...

Citrus season in need of extra workers

Long known as the citrus capital of Australia, Gayndah is continuing to stand out both on the local and international scene for its exceptional...

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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...