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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Childers Choral Society tuning up for concert

Childers Choral Society members are rehearsing for a free community concert on Sunday, 29 November.

Goodwood murals provide images to remember

Two local artists have transformed an austere block wall at Goodwood State School into colourful murals depicting the region.

New business adds to Childers' charm

The charming Clockwork Curiosities Museum and Gift Shop opened its doors in historical Childers on the weekend.

Ergon the power behind Dymocks school books donation

A world of reading opportunities has been opened for students at Childers State School thanks to a grant from Ergon and Dymocks.

Firehouse Potters an avenue for creativity, relaxation

Childers Firehouse Potters are welcoming workers in high-pressure professions who are looking to destress through the power of creativity.

Childers tests Wide Bay Cup cyclists

Cyclists from Bundaberg and the Fraser Coast encountered testing conditions in the second running of the Wide Bay Cup at Childers on Sunday.

New Childers sandwich bar opens

The new Childers Bakery Salad and Sandwich Bar will provide coffee, bread, cakes, pies, fresh sandwiches, wraps and rolls.

Gin Gin lights up the village

Music, singing and happy children blended in a wonderland of colour as Gin Gin families came together on Saturday night to Light Up the Village.

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Bundaberg Airport COVID relief extended

Bundaberg Regional Council has extended COVID-relief measures for some airport tenants until the end of 2020 due to flights being reduced.

COVID increased demand for Meals on Wheels

Bundaberg Meals on Wheels delivered an extra 10,667 meals in the past year as COVID-19 increased the need for help.

Childers Choral Society tuning up for concert

Childers Choral Society members are rehearsing for a free community concert on Sunday, 29 November.
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