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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Nathan achieves goals with true blue Aussie spirit

Nathan Curd hasn't let disability stop him from achieving his dreams and starting his own Bundaberg business, Tru Blu Mowing.

Fond memories of St Mary’s Church shared

Cherished memories returned for more than 200 community members at the Mass in Remembrance of St Mary’s Church on Sunday.

Nyesha tops the class at Burnett Youth Learning Centre

Year 12 student Nyesha Plant has been awarded the top Burnett Youth Learning Centre accolade and now plans to study paramedic science.

Watermelon sorbet bursting with flavour

RECIPE: With watermelon season in full swing across the Bundaberg Region, try this watermelon sorbet that's bursting with flavour.

Betty shuts Burnett Heads School gate one last time

Betty Reid has retired as a teacher aide at Burnett Heads State School after 44 years.

Gem club celebrates 55 years with Christmas Market

Bundaberg Gem and Mineral Society will be celebrating its 55th anniversary on Sunday with a festive Christmas Market on Kendalls Road from 9am.

Prostate cancer support group celebrates 20 years

Bundaberg and District Prostate Cancer Support Group has celebrated 20 years of helping men and their families to cope with the disease.

St Luke's win quiz contest for second time

Bundaberg Region schools put forward their brainiest students in the Battle of the Schools 2020 quiz with St Luke’s taking first prize.

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TAFE course plants seed in growing industry

For the first time in six years TAFE Queensland will deliver horticulture courses at its Bundaberg campus, with an industry expert already onboard.

Nathan achieves goals with true blue Aussie spirit

Nathan Curd hasn't let disability stop him from achieving his dreams and starting his own Bundaberg business, Tru Blu Mowing.

Fond memories of St Mary’s Church shared

Cherished memories returned for more than 200 community members at the Mass in Remembrance of St Mary’s Church on Sunday.
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