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Community partnerships growing in Gin Gin

Gin Gin Neighbourhood Centre's bi-monthly interagency meetings have been a catalyst for local service providers and community groups to work together

Fishing report: anglers take advantage of conditions

Anglers throughout the Bundaberg Region have taken advantage of perfect weather conditions during the past week.

Bundaberg seniors gain new legal support services

Seniors Minister Seniors Coralee O’Rourke says the State Government will expand its seniors legal and support services to Bundaberg.

LifeFlight helicopter rescue after chainsaw accident

The Bundaberg LifeFlight Rescue helicopter was involved yesterday in airlifting a seriously injured man from the Gladstone Region after a chainsaw accident.

Inaugural Australian Biosphere Conference under way

Links between science and conservation, sustainable development and learning are topics of discussion at the inaugural Australian Biosphere Conference.

RACQ says Bundaberg motorists now paying fair price for fuel

RACQ says Bundaberg Region motorists are now paying a fair price for fuel after previously being slugged for months.

Pluggers, phones and fishing gear on police lost property list

Are you an awesome Dad out there who is missing a key, an avid fisherman without your rods or have you misplaced a pair of pluggers?

4WD club members clear rubbish from National Park

Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club members joined with volunteers across the country to participate in Clean Up Australia Day.

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Spooky family fun day popular at Childers

Farmyard friends were a popular attraction as Children’s Week was celebrated in Childers on Friday with a Spooky Family Fun Day.

Childers Podcast an Australian finalist

Childers The Podcast by Paul Cochrane has been named an Australian Podcast Awards finalist in the Best True Crime Podcast category.

Bundaberg success at Surf Boat Series

More than 250 competitors hit the surf at Nielson Beach on Saturday for the first round of Wessel Petroleum Queensland Cup Surf Boat Series.