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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

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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Crocodile sighting in Burnett River under investigation

Wildlife officers from the Department of Environment and Science (DES) are investigating a reported crocodile sighting on the Burnett River at Bundaberg.

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.

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.

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.

Community makes a splash at Isis pool celebrations

It was a day of water fun at the official Isis Memorial Pool opening event, with the community invited to take a dip to celebrate the occasion.

Walkervale drop-off zone construction nears completion

The construction of a new drop-off zone is well underway at Walkervale State School, with the project set to be completed during the first term of 2020.

Botanic Gardens steam train rides back on track

Steam trains will be chugging along the Botanic Gardens track again on Sunday after a break of more than two months due to fire bans.

Australia's largest school solar farm under way

The installation of Australia's largest private school solar farm at Shalom College in Bundaberg has begun after almost three years of planning.

Latest news

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.

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.

Drought assistance extended to Bundaberg Region

The Bundaberg Region has become eligible for Federal Government drought assistance after experiencing its driest year on record in 2019.