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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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Articles by this writer

January 2019 rainfall total close to lowest on record

Bundaberg had close to its driest ever January in 2019 with just 6.8mm recorded in the gauge at the airport. The long-term average for January is 174mm and the lowest recorded total...

Community piano strikes a chord in Bundaberg CBD

A community piano which has been delighting residents and visitors in the Bundaberg CBD for the past few weeks is again back in action in the centre pavilion. The piano recently...

Sugar manufactures a sweet dividend for Bundaberg Region

The sugar industry contributes $276 million a year to the Bundaberg Region economy. Independent analysis commissioned by the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) has revealed a total direct and indirect economic...

Catholic Bishop Michael McCarthy visiting Bundaberg this weekend

The Catholic Bishop of Rockhampton, Michael Fabian McCarthy, will be visiting Bundaberg this weekend. Catholic Bishop of Rockhampton, Michael Fabian McCarthy. He will be celebrating Mass at St...

Bigger and tastier food festival for Bundaberg Region

The Bundaberg Region will this year welcome an exciting new food event. The Taste Bundaberg Festival will be a four-month banquet, taking over from the highly successful Winterfeast. Bundaberg is world famous...

CQUniversity graduates rank highly with employers

CQUniversity graduates are once again in demand and lead the pack in terms of their employability and starting salaries. More specifically, they are performing better than their counterparts at Queensland's metropolitan universities.