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Tuesday, May 26, 2020


Spade Solutions make recycling look cool

A new cup recycling system endorsed by Planet Ark has just been released in Bundaberg by local packaging company Spade Solutions.

The Waves renovations set for completion in June

Renovations at The Waves Sports Club are under way, with an all-new gaming area featuring a gaming lounge and bar included in the design.

IMPACT identifies goldmine of potential employees

While things may seem bleak on the employment front due to COVID-19, IMPACT's employment services’ boss says there’s a goldmine of eager and resourceful employees waiting, desperate to be given a chance.

Pandemic grows popularity of indoor plants

Home gardening has bloomed and owning indoor plants is growing in popularity in the Bundaberg Region during the Covid-19 regulations.

Marcon Family Farms expand with macadamias

After decades of growing small crops Bundaberg’s Marcon Family Farms is branching out to macadamias as the international demand for the nut grows.

Whale watching season to help boost economy

Whales are heading north and may be seen off Bundaberg's coast any day, and as they swim passed the economic benefit will stay in the region.

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What winter? The heat is on at Childers pool

It may be chilly outside but inside at the Isis War Memorial Pool things are lovely and warm with residents taking advantage of the refurbished facility's heating.

Free dog rego as part of Operation Wanted

Pet owners can take advantage of significant discounts by desexing and registering their pets as part of RSPCA's Operation Wanted campaign.

Council offers local sporting grants

Bundaberg Regional Council has handed a $200,000 lifeline to sporting clubs and organisations impacted by coronavirus.

Operation Cool Burn focuses on bushfire mitigation

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services are well into Operation Cool Burn, which focuses on bushfire preparedness in local communties.