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Alloway on track to share garden greatness

Schools throughout the region are learning about and eating more vegetables and fruit, and meeting the farmers who grow them through Health and Wellbeing...

Funding boosts job opportunities

The highly-successful Queensland Agriculture Workforce Network (QAWN), which has facilitated the creation of hundreds of new jobs in the regions, is being extended to...

Vital upgrades to airport bouncing back

The Bundaberg Airport will undergo important upgrades totalling $280,000, with revenue and flight manifest numbers holding steady for an airport bouncing back from...

United front of support against violence at home

Representatives from local domestic and family violence support services and organisations are putting a commitment in writing, to work together to provide the best...

Relief for asbestos sufferers

Each year, between 700 and 800 Australians are diagnosed with mesothelioma, an aggressive cancer with poor survival rates. Out of those more than 90 per...

St Luke’s take out the title in challenge

With the final result between the top two coming down to just one point, it was definitely a battle of knowledge for schools in...

Farms of the future on trial

Farms of the future are being trialled at Gatton in a ground-breaking first for Queensland horticulture. Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Minister...

75 years of care at Mater Hospital

A celebratory mass was held at Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg on 28 July, to mark 75 years since the hospital first opened its doors. Celebrations...

New Childers servo on the way

Construction is estimated to begin in the coming months on a new 24 hour service station and cafe along the main drag in Childers....

Turtle protectors thanked

More than 60 residents dedicate all night, every night, during turtle hatching season, to patrol and help protect turtles as they lay eggs on...

Albanese and Pitt, Cashless Debit Card clash

Australia's Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has been criticised for his position on the Cashless Debit Card (CDC), with over 6,000 Hinkler residents suffering...

New mobile phone cameras rolled out

Roadside cameras that detect drivers illegally using mobile phones and not wearing a seatbelt will start appearing on Queensland roads from today. Transport and Main...

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Bundaberg council enters historic partnership

Bundaberg Regional Council (BRC) has entered into a historic Sister City arrangement with Luganville Municpal Council, the first Sister City agreement between cities in...