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Grillex expansion to open international markets

Construction of the $3 million Grillex facility is underway, supporting around 30 jobs on-site and allowing the company to expand into new international markets.

Monsoon Aquatics to investigate spawning coral at Port

Monsoon Aquatics, based at the Port of Bundaberg, is investigating spawning coral on a commercial basis thanks to a Federal Government grant.

Bundaberg aviation precinct upgrades to take-off

Stage three works to the Bundaberg Regional Aviation and Aerospace Precinct are on course for completion by March 2021 and will be the base for a new Aeromedical Centre of Excellence.

Local dog star wanted for upcoming Moncrieff show

Dogs of all breeds are invited to "pawdition" for the A Farewell To Doris performance featuring Melinda Schneider at the Moncireff Entertainment Centre in March.

Plenty of prawns and fish caught in Burnett River

Get out your rods and reels because the Burnett River is heating up, with plenty of prawns and predatory fish reported by local fishos.

LifeFlight airlifts driver trapped in gravel truck rollover

The Bundaberg-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter has flown an injured man to hospital after the gravel truck he was driving rolled, leaving him entrapped in the cabin.

Port of Bundaberg goes green with solar

Gladstone Ports Corporation’s workshop at the Port of Bundaberg is going green with a 30-kilowatt solar system installed over the entire roof.

Navigation Satellite System upgrade boosts network

The Bundaberg Region became one of Australia’s first 20 locations to install a Global Navigation Satellite System and now the Council initiative is supporting the national GPS network.

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Mangrove jacks make for fun fishing in the Burnett

The mangrove jacks have been testing out a few anglers that have been fishing the rock bars and fallen timber on the Burnett River.

Bundy's ‘going for gold' in Queensland 2032 Olympic bid

Excitement is building for a Queensland 2032 Olympic Games and the possibilities it could present for the region as Mayor Jack Dempsey says “Bundaberg’s going for gold”.

Brooke has a brush with the Governor

Kalkadoon artist Brooke Sutton presented a seaside painting to the Governor of Queensland to hang proudly at Government House during his vice-regal visit to the Bundaberg Region.