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Miara residential subdivision looks to progress

Keen fishermen could soon live in paradise with an operational works application lodged to deliver the roadworks for almost 50 blocks in a new Miara residential subdivision.

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Weekender magazine has nature focus

Sit back and relax with some great weekend reading in our Bundaberg Now Weekender digital magazine including some terrific nature photos.

HERE+Now exhibition showcases talent

The work of 27 artists from the Bundaberg region is being displayed at Bundaberg Regional Art gallery as part of the HERE+Now exhibition.

Wind to cause choppy beach conditions

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says winds will continue to increase today and tomorrow before dropping back slightly on Sunday, and then increase again by the afternoon.

Gin Gin kids find treasure in The Reading Hunt

Gin Gin families are being encouraged to participate in The Reading Hunt to help improve literacy skills.

Time for a mango mule as summer approaches

There’s more than one way to enjoy the exquisite tropical flavours of mangoes and here's a simple and fresh mango mule recipe.

Bundaberg Rum visitor centre named best in the world

The Bundaberg Rum Distillery has officially been named the best distillery visitor centre in the world as part of the International Spirits Challenge 2020.

Moore Park Beach cafe offers Great Escape

Coffee, kites and cakes are on the menu at the new Great Escape café on Sylvan Drive in Moore Park Beach.

Bundaberg Discount Drug Store wins national award

Bundaberg Discount Drug Store has won the major award for national pharmacy of the year at the network's 2020 annual conference.

Friendlies Foundation Charity Golf Day a big hit

The Friendlies Foundation Charity Golf Day exceeded expectations before teeing off, as Bundaberg businesses helped to raise vital funds.

Leanne Rudd steps up as Impact chair

Impact Community Services has a new Board Chair as former treasurer and respected businesswoman Leanne Rudd steps up into the position.

HERE+Now exhibition showcases talent

The work of 27 artists from the Bundaberg region is being displayed at Bundaberg Regional Art gallery as part of the HERE+Now exhibition.

CQUniversity projects receive $55,000 in grants

Two CQUniversity projects to be implemented in the Bundaberg region have received more than $55,000 in combined grants.

Bundaberg SLSC hosts surf boat action

Sports guru Vince Habermann previews the surf boat series at Bargara and a big junior tennis tournament, and wraps up junior football finals.

Barra biting at Lake Monduran with full moon

In the Tackle World Bundaberg fishing report, the barra are biting at Lake Monduran with the full moon and the Burnett River is producing some nice flathead.

Tobias Street swims his way to Bond

Bundaberg swimmer Tobias Street is on a high after he received an Olympic Change-Maker Award and a scholarship to Bond University.

Waves crash down to take out Twenty20 thriller

Vince Habermann recaps the thrilling Twenty20 final clash between Across the Waves and the East Bundy Magpies in his wrap of the weekend’s sports results.

Become best friends with Buddy

Become best friends with Buddy the smart, lively Kelpie Cross who is available for adoption at Red Collar Rescue.

Burnett Traffic Bridge closures advised

The Burnett Traffic Bridge in Bundaberg will be closed temporarily for works on 25 October and 8-12 November.

Miara residential subdivision looks to progress

Keen fishermen could soon live in paradise with an operational works application lodged to deliver the roadworks for almost 50 blocks in a new Miara residential subdivision.

TEN/1142 – Management of Isis Cultural Centre

TEN/1142 Management of Isis Cultural Centre Tenders are invited from Saturday 31 October 2020 and will...

Exclusive breakfast events at Alexandra Park Zoo

If a morning spent dining with dingoes or munching with monkeys sounds good, then don’t miss the Zoo breakfasts series.

Film Festival coming to Bundaberg

The popular Travelling Film Festival will return tto the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre this year from 16-18 October.

End of an era for the Federal Backpackers Hostel

Demolition of the Federal Backpackers Hostel will be finalised in early October marking the end of an era for the historical CBD building.

History is a waiting treasure for Merv

Amateur historian Merv Hopton digs deep and the treasures he uncovers have at times turned accepted findings or beliefs on their ear.

Get Ready for wetter than average end to year

It’s time to Get Ready for storm season with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting a little bit more rain and increased cyclone activity this wet season.

Sunshine and light winds this weekend

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the forecast is looking good for beach goers with sunshine and light winds.

Agriculture underpins Bundaberg’s economic resilience

Economist Ben Artup writes the Bundaberg Region is well poised to recover from COVID-19 thanks to a diverse economy and the strength of local agriculture.

What’s really going on with Paradise Dam?

In the second part of his commentary on Paradise Dam, Ben Artup looks at issues behind the scenes regarding water infrastructure in the Wide Bay Burnett region.

Oztech Drones leading Queensland in spray technology

Oztech Drones is one of the only operators in Queensland offering farm drone spraying and will be one of the first to launch swarm operations.

Bellamish Aerial Imaging targets tree health

Bellamish Aerial Imaging Solutions can tell farmers how their crop is performing with the press of a button, sending a thermal imaging drone whirring across fields.
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