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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...

New and improved cancer care

Local cancer patients in the Wide Bay region will soon have increased access to cutting-edge radiation therapy treatments and techniques, thanks to the arrival...

Moore Park Beach plan coming together

Bundaberg Regional Council unveiled the Moore Park Beach Masterplan draft to 100 Moore Park Beach residents in the evening of 9 November at the...

Election votes to be recounted in Bundaberg

The Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) has announced a recount of votes for the electorates of Bundaberg and Nicklin beginning today, 12 November. Commissioner Pat...

Sacrifices remembered

It was a strong showing from the community and veterans at this year's Remembrance Day service at Anzac Park in a year like no...

Special care gets Gary back to work

Complications from diabetes left Moore Park’s Gary Cameron with an infected wound on his foot, regular visits to the wound clinic every couple...

‘Wish list’ for Labor government

With a resounding Labor victory, producers in the Bundaberg region have already prepared a 'wish list' of objectives and issues that they feel need...

Students helped to stay active after school

Elliott Heads State School students are making the most of their beautiful surrounds with some fun after school activities as part of their Active...

Local musicians share their skills

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, in partnership with Bundaberg Christian College, has brought together 150 young musicians from 34 schools for an intensive music-making program...

Variety of positives

An eclectic mix of over-30 year old vehicles, family cars, four-wheel-drives and everything in between hit the road on 9 November from Bundaberg, finishing...

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Ekka’s back!

The last time I was at the Ekka, in 2019, it was to help launch AgForce’s Stand With Regional Queensland initiative – part of...