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Emma Reid

Emma Reid
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I’m a person who loves hearing and sharing stories from around the region, from history to breaking news I want to know the ins-and-outs and share them!

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Bundaberg rescue organisations kept busy

Two Bundaberg rescue organisations, VMR Bundaberg and RACQ LifeFlight, have been kept busy attending separate incidents over the weekend.

Arthur McKenzie shares Caledonian Pipe Band history

Arthur McKenzie, 87, practices his bagpipes daily and his 70 years of memories with the Bundaberg Caledonian Pipe Band remain crystal clear.

Jim Deem retires after 7 decades in Bundaberg Cricket

As Jim Deem walked from the pitch at Kendalls Flat for the final time, he hung up his Bundaberg Cricket hat knowing he had changed lives.

Time to get creative with Daily Art Challenge

Bundaberg Regional Art Galleries are encouraging the community to pick up a pencil or a paint brush in the new Daily Art Challenge.

Popular board games to keep boredom at bay

Toyworld Bundaberg's Violet Ramsay knows a thing or two about keeping boredom at bay and lists the current most popular board games.

Locally United Volunteers here to help vulnerable

Locally United Volunteers (LUV) is a group of people giving up time to help Bundaberg’s most vulnerable during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Eco-friendly Confetti & T makes any occasion special

Teeana Dinsey has started a small business Confetti & T using bio-degradable confetti to help leave only memories at any special occasion.

Verlie Foley, 99, never had toilet paper growing up

Verlie Foley puts current shortages in perspective when she reflects on her life more than 90 years ago when there was no toilet paper.

Latest news

Council continues working, with public’s help

Bundaberg Regional Council crews are working hard to keep the water and sewerage networks running 24/7 and keeping public areas clean and looking their best, while adhering to safety protocols.

Carinity continuing care for seniors during Coronavirus

Not-for-profit organisation Carinity is ensuring the continuity of care for seniors through its in-home care service.

Bundaberg rescue organisations kept busy

Two Bundaberg rescue organisations, VMR Bundaberg and RACQ LifeFlight, have been kept busy attending separate incidents over the weekend.
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