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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AFL Premiership Cup coming to Bundaberg

The AFL Premiership Cup will visit the Bundaberg Region after successful lobbying by Mayor Jack Dempsey.

Weekender: End of an era for The Federal

In this edition of Bundaberg Now Weekender, we look at the end of an era as the 1889-constructed Federal Hotel will be fully demolished in the next couple of weeks.

Cargo volume lower at Port of Bundaberg

The Port of Bundaberg recorded a 27.7 per cent reduction in throughput last financial year due to lower sugar exports but prospects are said to be bright.

Qantas schedules more Bundaberg flights

In good news for travellers, Qantas is gradually increasing the frequency of flights from Bundaberg to Brisbane.

Flood levee a Council priority for State Election

Flood protection, a new Bundaberg Hospital and fixing Paradise Dam top Bundaberg Regional Council’s State Election advocacy priorities.

Bundaberg chosen as Business Fibre Zone

Bundaberg has been selected as one of 85 regional Business Fibre Zones across Australia to benefit from faster internet connections.

Bold vision to build new cultural precinct

A bold vision has been unveiled to create a new civic and cultural arts precinct to revitalise the Bundaberg CBD.

Dugong washes up on Archies Beach

A dead dugong washed up on Archies Beach at Bargara this morning, apparently after an altercation with a shark.

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Aramex Wide Bay supports Life Flight golf day

Aramex Wide Bay sponsored the LifeFlight Bundaberg Golf Day which raised a total of $27,000 to support the air rescue operation.

Council workers save plover chick

An Avoca resident has thanked Bundaberg Regional Council workers who saved a plover chick from a drainage pit.

Carinbundi client has trucking good time at Learn Ezy

Carinbundi client Mitch Fergus was given the opportunity to ride and sit in a truck thanks to the generosity of Learn Ezy Driving School.