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Milestone year for RACQ LifeFlight Rescue

Bundaberg’s RACQ LifeFlight Rescue chopper had a milestone financial year, performing a record 306 missions and opening a new purpose-built base.

Council donation helps steer automotive apprentices in right direction

Local automotive students will now have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in modern technologies, with Council donating an electric vehicle to TAFE Queensland’s Bundaberg campus.

Bargara Little Aths back on track

Bargara Little Athletics has started back after the season was suspended in March due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Rotary donation supports kids with diabetes

The Rotary Club of Bundaberg Sunrise has donated more than $2000 to the Bundaberg Hospital Paediatrics team to enable five local children with type one diabetes to attend a Diabetes Queensland camp.

Hans Jakobi bounces back to freedom

Bundaberg grandad Hans Jakobi has come out of retirement after 11 years to inspire Australians to Bounce Back to Freedom.

Women in Horticulture invited on virtual bus tour

Bundaberg Region women working in horticulture are invited to join a virtual bus tour next Thursday, 16 July.

Lifeguards training at Kellys Beach on Saturday

Llifeguards from across the region will undertake fitness proficiency testing at Kellys Beach on Saturday, 11 July.

New look for Regional Business HQ

Regional Business HQ is the new name adopted by business support agency Bundaberg Business Enterprise Centre.

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Council goes green with million trees target

Bundaberg Regional Council has set an ambitious target of planting one million trees in four years to offset emissions, improve livability and benefit the environment.

Summer warms winter at Childers pool

It really is a case of Summer warming up winter with Zumba instructor Summer McBride putting classes through their paces at the Childers Pool.

Star gazing reveals four planets

July is a star gazing delight, with all the brighter planets coming into clear view with the naked eye.
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