Megan Dean

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Megan Dean worked as a journalist at the Gladstone Observer. She's now communications team leader at Bundaberg Regional Council and writes local news for Bundaberg Now.

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TAFE course plants seed in growing industry

For the first time in six years TAFE Queensland will deliver horticulture courses at its Bundaberg campus, with an industry expert already onboard.

Totally Flipt approved for Bundaberg East

Bundaberg’s newest trampoline centre is getting closer to jumping onto the business scene with a development application for Totally Flipt approved.

Ronald McDonald House supports local families

More than 230 Bundaberg Region families stayed at a Ronald McDonald House in Brisbane during 2019 including little Zara King, who has spent most of her life there.

Fairymead sand quarry extension sought

Bundaberg Sugar has applied to have its Fairymead sand quarry approval extended for another 10 years beyond 2021.

Have your say on Anzac Park precinct redevelopment

Residents are being encouraged to share their stories about Anzac Pool as part of consultation on the Anzac Park precinct redevelopment.

Burnett Heads Gateway Marina a ‘game changer'

The Burnett Heads Gateway Marina is set to transform the town's foreshore into a tourism, shopping and accommodation hub.

Rotary movie fundraiser to help stop Polio

Grab some popcorn, sit back and relax at Bundaberg Regional Rotary Groups’ movie fundraiser I Am Woman, raising money to end polio.

Adopt a pet: Princess Polly seeking retirement living

Polly is a fun loving chihuahua currently with Red Collar Rescue who is looking for a new home to live out her retirement years.

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TAFE course plants seed in growing industry

For the first time in six years TAFE Queensland will deliver horticulture courses at its Bundaberg campus, with an industry expert already onboard.

Nathan achieves goals with true blue Aussie spirit

Nathan Curd hasn't let disability stop him from achieving his dreams and starting his own Bundaberg business, Tru Blu Mowing.

Fond memories of St Mary’s Church shared

Cherished memories returned for more than 200 community members at the Mass in Remembrance of St Mary’s Church on Sunday.
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