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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Community rolls up sleeves to rejuvenate dunes

With native coastal plants in hand community members dug deep recently to help rejuvenate and preserve the dunes at Elliott Heads.

Confraternity of Brothers more than just information

Bundaberg hosted the 85th Confraternity of Brothers Clubs in a two-day conference to assist Brothers football clubs and players.

Homemade tzatziki perfect end to warm weather

Crunchy baby Lebanese cucumbers, also known as Qukes, are snack sized delights that are also great in homemade tzatziki.

Dom's drive to start new pressure cleaning business

With young children to support and finding himself unemployed Bundaberg’s Dom Golotta took a chance and started his own business, AAA Pressure Cleaning and Softwashing.

New Fish and Chip Factory will pump out the meals

Bundaberg’s newest take away shop The Fish and Chip Factory opened its door on Monday, reeling in the customers with fast-paced, good old-fashioned service.

Bulls Masters inspire next cricket generation

There was a world first when the Bulls Masters played in Bundaberg on Saturday using a "smart ball", and inspiring the next generation of local cricketers.

Dr Narayanan awarded national teaching citation

Bundaberg-based CQUniversity engineering lecturer Dr Ramadas Narayanan has been recognised with a national teaching award as part of the prestigious Australian Awards for University Teaching.

Lady Musgrave Pontoon ready for launch

Strapped to the back of a house removal truck, the three-level, live-aboard Lady Musgrave Pontoon is ready to be launched into the water on Monday.

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Refill Not Landfill sets up shop at Stocklands

It will soon be even easier to stock up on environmentally-friendly bath and home products when Refill Not Landfill sets up shop at Stockland Shopping Centre.

Council signs up to help Childers traders

Funding of $4500 gained through a Council grant has enabled Childers traders to further capitalise on the record numbers visiting the picturesque town.

Community rolls up sleeves to rejuvenate dunes

With native coastal plants in hand community members dug deep recently to help rejuvenate and preserve the dunes at Elliott Heads.
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