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Wednesday, February 26, 2020


Sugarcane remains vital Bundaberg industry

CANEGROWERS has analysed the economic contribution of the sugarcane industry to the Bundaberg economy and found it remains a critical driver.

Fruit and veg growers back Paradise Dam petition

Mayor Jack Dempsey has welcomed Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ support for his Paradise Dam petition which has already been signed by more than 2600 people.

Last of 2019 sugarcane hauled to Isis Central Mill

The harvesters and tractors fell silent today as the last of the 2019 crushing season crop was hauled to the Isis Central Sugar Mill.

Bundaberg Sugar expands macadamia interests

Bundaberg Sugar has acquired extensive macadamia orchards on Winfield Road as the company continues to diversify its operations.

Macadamia crop forecast steady

The Australian Macadamia Society says the nation's crop forecast remains steady at 42,900 tonnes.

More sessions for public to ask about Paradise Dam

Sunwater has scheduled extra community drop-in sessions to explain its release of water from Paradise Dam to undertake essential works for public safety.
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Norville State School students take on taiko drumming

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Met Opera and movie madness in March at Moncrieff

Next month will be filled with movie madness and shows, featuring HD live screenings of the Met Opera at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.