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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Trish Mears

Trish Mears
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Trish returns to Council as Communications Team Leader and writer for Bundaberg Now. She set up Council’s inaugural Communications Department in 2008, moving to Bundaberg Broadcasters as GM in 2012, then Marketing Manager at Best Practice Software.

Articles by this author

New Gallery Director appointed

Bundaberg Regional Art Galleries has appointed a new Gallery Director with a strong connection to the region.

Childers Read to Me Day goes to children this year

This year's Childers Read to Me Day will be going out to schools and early childhood centres to inspire young ones to read and help is needed to make Baggie Bears to go in their book bags.

Holiday visitors flock to Bundaberg Region

Families are flocking to the Bundaberg Region, putting smiles on the faces of tourism and business operators.

Beware of email parking fine scam

Bundaberg Region residents are urged to be vigilant if they receive an email about a parking infringement following a recent email scam.

Plumbing permit application process now fairer for all

Council has chosen to opt-out of the Plumbing ‘Fast-track’ permit application process to create a fairer, more efficient system for all.

Council’s Development Department open for business

With COVID-19 restrictions easing, Council’s Development Department on Level Six of the Auswide Building will re-open to the public on Monday 6 July.

Chance to get on the Moncrieff stage

The Moncrieff Entertainment Centre is shining a spotlight on local talent with artists and groups encouraged to submit ideas for its annual program.

Apply for funding with SmartyGrants

Applying for a community grant from Council just became easier, with applications now able to be made online through SmartyGrants.

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Council grants available for sporting groups

Eligible sporting clubs and non-profit sporting groups are encouraged to apply for COVID-19 relief assistance from Bundaberg Regional Council.

Podcast #8: Alloway Farm Markets

In this week's Bundaberg Now Podcast we learn more about Cochrane's Artificial Reef and hear the story of Alloway Farm Markets.

Hearts beat as one for couple married 66 years

Every day for the past five years, Noel (88) has visited his wife, Gloria (84) at Meilene Residential Aged Care Home in Bundaberg.
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