Gennavieve Lyons

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Gennavieve holds a bachelor's degree in journalism, which she put to good use as a news reader with several Queensland radio stations before moving to Bundaberg, where she now works in marketing with Bundaberg Regional Council.

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Dead Puppet Society will liven up school holidays

Students will learn from the masters at Dead Puppet Society when their puppetry workshop comes to the Bundaberg School of Arts next week.

Circus Skills workshop rolls into Bundaberg

More than 15 students have joined join the Circus Skills Workshop, which rolled into the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre this week.

New airport walkway has passengers covered

A covered pedestrian walkway is now complete at Bundaberg Regional Airport which will offer travellers protection from the elements.

Community piano ‘brings a little goodness'

Bystanders were wowed by the local talent in the CBD on Wednesday when two strangers came together to perform live in the pavilion.

Lady Elliot Island — Bundaberg's gateway to the Reef

Lady Elliot Island is the southern-most coral cay of the Great Barrier Reef, 85km northeast of Bundaberg. A Bundaberg Now photographer was lucky enough to...

Love is in the library!

With Valentine’s Day upon us, celebrate love a little differently with the array of activities on offer for Library Lovers Day!

Australia’s Got Talent calls on Bundaberg residents to take the stage!

Do you have a unique skill the country needs to know about?

Five things you may not expect to do at the library

With a range of activities on offer for all ages, Sharon Millett from the Gin Gin Library gives a rundown of what you can expect on your next visit.

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RiverFeast returns with Australia Day Sunday Session

Chuck on your double pluggers or dress as your favourite Aussie icon and head along to RiverFeast’s Australia Day Sunday Session.

Council grant delivers green fields to Brothers

Brothers Sports Club fields are becoming as green as the suit on the club’s leprechaun logo, thanks to a Bundaberg Regional Council grant.

ChaplainWatch improves safety in Bundaberg CBD

In a little over two months, ChaplainWatch is already reducing drunk and disorderly behaviour in the Bundaberg CBD on weekends.
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