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Wayne Heidrich

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Wayne "Scoop" Heidrich is a veteran journalist and writer who used to edit the Town & Country newspaper at Childers. He's an active member of Rotary and dabbles in local history.

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Former Childers winery set for exciting makeover

A former exotic fruit winery is to be converted into a winery, bar and function venue, adding to Childers visitor attractions.

Childers Chamber welcomes Mayor’s funding announcement

Childers Chamber of Commerce members warmly welcomed the announcement of a $4500 Council grant at today’s breakfast meeting held at the Isis Club.

Time’s almost up for Childers capsule

A concrete cairn containing a time capsule will be opened in Childers on Friday, August 21, one day short of 50 years after it was constructed and sealed.

New equipment to create Childers play hub

Locals and visitors alike will welcome new play equipment to be installed in Apex Tramway Park which is located adjacent to Millennium Park in the heart of the Childers CBD.

Giant kookaburra visits Childers Thursday, Bundaberg Friday

Childers residents will get a laugh out of a massive mechanical kookaburra as it passes through the town late on Thursday afternoon, while Bundaberg residents will be able to see the giant kookaburra on Friday.

Premier delivers on hospital site

A visit by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to Bundaberg today resulted in one long awaited announcement and a broad hint of more to...

Childers Chamber to put RV’s on notice

Placing a community noticeboard adjacent to the RV friendly parking area in Crescent Street is a priority project for the Childers Chamber of Commerce.

Nature fights back to mask fire effects at Woodgate

Eight months on from the devastating bushfires which consumed almost 5000 hectares of the Burrum Coast National Park, the regeneration of flora and the re-emergence of fauna is becoming evident.

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Volunteers return to information centres

Bundaberg Visitor Information Centre volunteer Janet Blackmore is glad to be back promoting the Bundaberg Region to visitors.

New school program for community services

Bundaberg State High School is Queensland's first secondary school to sign up for a new program to train students for jobs in the community services industry.

Cooking with Trevor: Classic cupcake recipe

Bundaberg's celebrity chef Trevor Green believes his favourite cupcake recipe is one of the best.
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