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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Diesel training course offered to mechanics

Diesel Help Australia will be offering an evening training course for qualified automotive mechanics at Bundaberg TAFE on 11 February.

Hear For You brings workshops to Bundaberg

Not-for-profit organisation Hear For You is bringing workshops to Bundaberg for the first time to help teenagers with hearing loss navigate through life.

Moore Park Beach turtle numbers up

Turtle numbers at Moore Park Beach are up 20 per cent this season with 97 nests recorded and 33 nests hatched up to Australia Day.

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Coronavirus fear stops China visit to Bundaberg

Bundaberg Regional Council has postponed an official visit from Chinese sister city Nanning because of global coronavirus fears.

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The Brothers Gruchy exhibition a Bundaberg first

Bundaberg-raised award-winning digital artists Mic and Tim Gruchy will showcase their innovation at The Brothers Gruchy exhibition.

Light Sculpture Workshop with artist Bindi Waugh

Interested people are invited to an interactive two-day Light Sculpture Workshop with Tradelines artist Bindi Waugh at Bargara next weekend.

Kick start health goals with Be Active Be Alive 2020

If you need an excuse to work on your health and fitness, Bundaberg Regional Council's free Be Active Be Alive program is about to begin.

Oud virtuoso Joseph Tawadros coming to Bundaberg

One of Australia’s top musicians, oud virtuoso Joseph Tawadros, will be performing at Bundaberg in February as part of a national tour.

Diesel training course offered to mechanics

Diesel Help Australia will be offering an evening training course for qualified automotive mechanics at Bundaberg TAFE on 11 February.

Young entrepreneur encourages buying from the bush

Young entrepreneur April Logan helped start a family business when she was 14 and says it is possible to live regionally and be successful.

Innes Park Bakery opens its doors

The highly anticipated opening of the Innes Park Bakery was a huge success, with a steady flow of customers keeping staff busy all day.

Nourish rebrands as Street Bean Coffee Bar

A popular cafe in the Bundaberg CBD has recently undergone a makeover and name change to Street Bean Coffee Bar with a fresh vibe.

Hear For You brings workshops to Bundaberg

Not-for-profit organisation Hear For You is bringing workshops to Bundaberg for the first time to help teenagers with hearing loss navigate through life.

Grab a bargain at the Nardoo Nursery Mega Plant Sale

If you’re a green thumb or a house plant enthusiast there’s a chance to grab a bargain at the Nardoo Nursery Mega Plant Sale on 15 February.

Operation Ignite fires interest in emergency services

Operation Ignite next month intends to fire the imagination of the region’s teens to encourage involvement with emergency services.

Community picnic a hit for Australia Day

Music, food and mateship were on full show at the Great Australian Bites Railway Picnic as the community celebrated Australia Day at Bargara.

Get Your Racquet On at tennis open night

Whether you are 10 or 110, a tennis open night for all levels will have you firing aces when it's held in Bundaberg on Wednesday.

Plenty of rain brings out the mangrove jack

Rain has been stirring up the water and bringing out plenty of fish including mangrove jack, flathead and grunter.

Girls kicking goals with football program

The Women of Waves Football Development Program will be starting again on 19 February 2020 at the Across the Waves Sporting Complex.

Bundaberg Region juniors aim for state bowls success

Eight young bowlers from the Bundaberg Region will compete in the 2020 Junior State Championships in Toowoomba, beginning on Sunday.
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Layla a larger than life bundle of fun

Layla is a larger-than-life girl with a big personality and she is currently available for adoption at RSPCA Bundaberg.

Sweet Bella is looking for a home

Bella the jack russell mix is a wonderful little lady with lots of love to give. She is now available for adoption at Red Collar Rescue.

Coronavirus fear stops China visit to Bundaberg

Bundaberg Regional Council has postponed an official visit from Chinese sister city Nanning because of global coronavirus fears.

Shalom carnivals win Community Event of the Year

The Shalom College Confraternity Carnivals were named Community Event of the Year at the 2020 Bundaberg Region Australia Day Awards.
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Aussie Day celebrations showcase live, local music

With over 70 live music performances kicking off from 9 am throughout the region, Australia Day 2020 is going to be huge in Bundaberg.

Celebrate Australia Day around the region

Wherever you live in the Bundaberg Region, you can celebrate Australia Day close by with lots of festivities planned in various local communities.

Frederic Buss a giant of Bundaberg history

Learn more about one of Bundaberg's most famous citizens, Frederic William Buss, whose family name is honoured at Buss Park.

Life of Gladys Moncrieff on show at Bundaberg Library

Artifacts showcasing the dazzling history of theatre legend Gladys Moncrieff will be exhibited at the Bundaberg Library in February.

Welcome rain falls across Bundaberg Region

Welcome rain has fallen across the region over the past two days with parts of Bundaberg city recording more than 130mm.

Bundaberg had driest-ever year in 2019

It's a record that nobody wanted but Bundaberg had its driest-ever year in 2019, breaking the previous low that was set in 1902.

Mayor Jack Dempsey's New Year message

Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey reflects on the highlights and challenges of 2019 and looks ahead to what's in store for 2020.

Vote in Paradise Dam poll

Vote to have your say on whether information should be given about why the Paradise Dam wall has to be lowered by five metres.

How big is too big for a television?

How big is too big for a television? Tech guru Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers looks at the next big things in home entertainment.

Winning team’s Sydney trip an innovation success

The Bundaberg Region winners of the Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards have come back from Sydney with a wealth of experience and ideas.
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