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Derek Schlennstedt

Derek Schlennstedt
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Derek Schlennstedt is a journalist and photographer who previously worked at the Mail News Group in Victoria. He has a Bachelor of Journalism from Swinburne University.

Articles by this author

Willplay restores wonder to region's playgrounds

Bundaberg manufacturer Willplay delivers unique playgrounds from start to finish which are made from completely recyclable materials.

Hearing dog is more than a set of ears

Bundaberg resident David Eslick received a Lions hearing dog this month and describes the 15-month-old terrier-cross as a lifesaver.

Film Festival coming to Bundaberg

The popular Travelling Film Festival will return tto the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre this year from 16-18 October.

Road improvement works under way

Works are under way to seal and improve 18 roads throughout the Bundaberg Region as part of Council’s road reconstruction program.

September school holidays guide

There's plenty happening across the Bundaberg Region these school holidays to keep the entire family entertained.

Kylie Milliken wins science teaching award

Bundaberg State High School’s Head of Science Kylie Milliken has received a prestigious award for outstanding teacher in STEM subjects.

Back to work for Bundaberg Health Services buggy

Bundaberg Health Services Foundation unveiled a new buggy that will help carry patients and staff between buildings.

Final stages for Coral Waters Estate

An application has been lodged with Bundaberg Regional Council for a 20-lot subdivision for the Coral Waters Estate in Innes Park.

Latest news

Seventh Brian Prince Awards honour local heroes

Emergency services personnel have been recognised for their vital role in the community at the seventh annual Brian Prince Awards.

Willplay restores wonder to region's playgrounds

Bundaberg manufacturer Willplay delivers unique playgrounds from start to finish which are made from completely recyclable materials.

Hearing dog is more than a set of ears

Bundaberg resident David Eslick received a Lions hearing dog this month and describes the 15-month-old terrier-cross as a lifesaver.
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