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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Michael Gorey

Michael trained as a journalist when there were typewriters and darkrooms. He has worked as a newspaper journalist, editor and manager. He likes living on the beach at Bargara. He's the Executive Officer Communications at Bundaberg Regional Council.

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Mayor thanks Inspector Swindells for service

Mayor Jack Dempsey called in at Bundaberg Police Station today to wish Inspector Pat Swindells all the best and thank him for his service.

Community rallies to support bushfire victims

The best way to help bushfire victims is to donate cash and Bundaberg Rum has contributed $500,000.

Bundaberg business Grillex cooking with gas

Bundaberg-based manufacturer Grillex is set to invest $3 million to expand its operations and create 15 new jobs.

Free untreated water extended at Cordalba

Bundaberg Regional Council has extended the supply of free untreated water from the Cordalba standpipe until the end of January.

Emergency presentations surge at Bundaberg Hospital

Emergency department presentations at Bundaberg Hospital during Christmas-New Year were up 8.6 per cent compared with the previous year.

Bundaberg water supply secure despite drought

Bundaberg residents have been praised for their responsible water use during dry conditions as Council confirms there is no risk to supply.

Mayor's 2020 vision for Bundaberg Region

What do you wish for the Bundaberg Region in 2020? For Mayor Jack Dempsey it's rain, safe roads and work starting on the new hospital.

Bundaberg had driest-ever year in 2019

It's a record that nobody wanted but Bundaberg had its driest-ever year in 2019, breaking the previous low that was set in 1902.

Latest news

Wallaville State School leads in positive behaviour

Wallaville State School has been named as a Positive Behaviour for Learning Demonstration School for 2020, one of only five in the state.

Supporting people with a disability

Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey met disability advocates this morning to discuss shared concerns to improve accessibility for people of all abilities.

Give your neighbour a shout out in Council competition

With Neighbour Day next month, now is a good time to thank your mate over the fence while getting the chance to win a barbecue pack to share.