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Female ride-share service starts in Bundaberg

A ride-share company driven by women for women has arrived in Bundaberg with Kelli Thurston detailing what the service is all about.
Queenslander Hotel Bundaberg

Bold new era for Queenslander Hotel

An iconic hotel in Bundaberg is set to undergo a major revamp when new owners take over the lease from next week.
Greensill Farming Group CEO Peter Greensill

Greensill Farming Group looks to future expansion

They say from little things, big things grow and that’s certainly been the case for Greensill Farming Group.
Binjour bauxite project

Bauxite project seeks to ship from Port of Bundaberg

Australian Bauxite Limited wants to stockpile and ship product from the Port of Bundaberg if its proposed Binjour mining project near Mundubbera is approved.

Date Doctor wins Bundaberg Startup Weekend

The Date Doctor was the winning concept at this weekend’s Bundaberg Startup Weekend.
Isis Central Sugar Mill

Almoiz Group makes offer for Isis Mill shares

International sugar producer Almoiz Group has put forward a proposal to acquire up to 54.03% interest in Isis Central Sugar Mill for a total investment of up to $35 million.
Canetec AX900 harvester

Bundaberg farmers help develop high-tech harvester

Canetec’s Bundaberg designed and manufactured cane harvesters are well known internationally but the company has recently made its most significant local sale after years of consultation with local farmers.
Coral Coast Convenience Store manager Danielle Monckton

Coral Cove convenience store opens

Coral Cove residents have a convenience store in the town for the first time since 2011 after a new business opened its doors today.
Medicinal cannabis

Medicinal cannabis industry poised for growth

The Bundaberg Region is poised to become Australia's premier growing area for medicinal cannabis as governments move to relax restrictions and develop the industry.
entry signs local talent

New entry signs highlight local talent

Meet the locals behind Bundaberg’s new entry signs which not only put the region’s attractions on display but also its skills and industries.

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