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Sunday, March 29, 2020


Growers urge open minds in Paradise Dam debate

Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetables Growers (BFVG) have urged the community to keep an open mind about the future of Paradise Dam after the release of the Building Queensland report on the dam this week.

Vet care for your pet in times of isolation

As residents remain at home, especially our elderly, Sugarland Veterinary Hospital has been tackling the question “what if my pet gets sick while I’m isolated.”

Auswide Bank announces COVID-19 support initiatives

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Auswide Bank has announced a raft of measures to assist customers.

Website a one-stop shop for open businesses

Businesses who are open at this time can now showcase themselves on a new web page developed by local website developers Catalyst Directions.

Good news for fresh food shoppers at Shalom Markets

After closure last Sunday, Shalom Markets organisers have decided to resume operation of their fruit, vegetable and local food product stalls.

Take-It-Away project supports hospitality industry

The closure of dine-in facilities has seen local businesses pivot their services to offer some of the finest take away food you’ll ever eat.

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Council continues working, with public’s help

Bundaberg Regional Council crews are working hard to keep the water and sewerage networks running 24/7 and keeping public areas clean and looking their best, while adhering to safety protocols.

Carinity continuing care for seniors during Coronavirus

Not-for-profit organisation Carinity is ensuring the continuity of care for seniors through its in-home care service.

Bundaberg rescue organisations kept busy

Two Bundaberg rescue organisations, VMR Bundaberg and RACQ LifeFlight, have been kept busy attending separate incidents over the weekend.

Arthur McKenzie shares Caledonian Pipe Band history

Arthur McKenzie, 87, practices his bagpipes daily and his 70 years of memories with the Bundaberg Caledonian Pipe Band remain crystal clear.