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Ashley Clark

Ashley Clark is a former local newspaper journalist. She's now a content producer at Bundaberg Regional Council and likes writing about community events.

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Pensioners urged to confirm concession details

Eligible pensioners in the Bundaberg Region are reminded to apply for reductions to their Council property rates before 9 July 2020.

Zoo once home to oldest known living creature

Alexandra Park Zoo today features a range of amazing animals but did you know it was once home to the oldest creature in the state?

The Fly System: bringing Moncrieff shows to life

Have you ever wondered how the amazing props, lights and heavy curtains are operated during one of the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre's live shows?

The Green Room etched in theatre history

In show business a green room is a place for performers to take a break before, during and after a show- but how did this iconic room get it's name?

Drainage upgrade will reduce local flooding

Bundaberg Regional Council will be undertaking drainage upgrades in Bundaberg North to reduce the impact of localised flooding after heavy rainfall.

Donation no drop in the ocean for Shalom College

Sporting fields at Shalom College will stay healthy and green thanks to a generous water donation from a Bundaberg family.

Sheridan St upgrade to benefit heavy vehicles

Trucks and industrial traffic are set to benefit from road upgrades at Sheridan St once construction is complete in July.

F45 Training workouts move back to the gym

Pumping gym workouts are back at F45 Training Bundaberg with the local gym reopening its doors last week.

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Science Experience sees students explore ag solutions

More than 20 students from high schools around the Bundaberg region are participating in a Science Experience program run by CQUniversity.

Shed Door Gallery group opens to more members

Local artists have collaborated to form the Shed Door Gallery group and their door is open for more creatively minded members to join.

Carers undertaking specialised dementia training

Carinity Kepnock Grove aged care community staff are undertaking dementia-focused training to better understand the disease and learn how to best communicate and encourage people affected.