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Isis Highway funding to drive safety, jobs

A $42.5 million safety upgrade has been announced for the Isis Highway between Bundaberg and the Bruce Highway as part of the State Government’s economic recovery plan.

Rivers the go for weekend fishing

It's time to get the light gear out and fish the rivers, according to TackleWorld Bundaberg as windy weather starts to blow.

Catholic Colleges ready for new senior assessment

Catholic Colleges are confident with the support that's been provided to Year 12 students in 2020 as they prepare for final assessments.

Milestone for Friendlies Emergency Department

More than 17,000 patients have sought treatment at The Friendlies Emergency Department since it opened two years ago on 25th September 2018.

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.

Bundy teacher wins Spirit of Catholic Education Award

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Bundaberg teacher Pauline Merefield won the 2020 Spirit of Catholic Education state award.

Drive to Cure MND to visit Bundaberg

Over the October long weekend, a group of city slickers will join a charity drive from Brisbane to Bundaberg to support research into finding a cure for MND and supporting local businesses in the Bundaberg and Bargara region.

Celebrate the success of local business

The Bundaberg and District Chamber of Commerce is celebrating local business, by recognising the positives that can be found in the past 6 months and looking with optimism into our shared future.

Latest news

Cargo volume lower at Port of Bundaberg

The Port of Bundaberg recorded a 27.7 per cent reduction in throughput last financial year due to lower sugar exports but prospects are said to be bright.

Annual Rotary book sale bigger than ever

It’s been a longer wait than usual for the annual Rotary book sale but an “Aladdin’s Cave of book treasures” awaits in what will be the biggest event yet.

Denizens of the Deep returned to Clark family

Arthur ‘Nobby’ Clark’s iconic Denizens of the Deep will be returned to his family for public exhibition at Splitters Farm.
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