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Bundaberg Now podcast launched

A new local communications initiative is being launched today with the first Bundaberg Now podcast.

The podcast includes news and information from Bundaberg Regional Council and the community.

Council’s executive officer communications Michael Gorey said the podcasts will be produced on a regular basis, covering a mix of news including local arts and culture, events and business.

“A lot of people listen to podcasts in the car or at home and this is a new way to reach out and engage with the community in a way that’s entertaining and informative,” he said.

“Segments in the first edition include virtual food tours, a chat with Bundy Limes, the Reef Guardian program and what’s happening at Bundaberg Regional Libraries.”

If anyone has ideas for content or wants to contribute, they should email [email protected]

The podcasts can be accessed through the Bundaberg Now website and Facebook, Soundcloud or by searching any of the podcast apps on a mobile device.

Podcast apps, Android

Apple apps


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