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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Food & drinks

Bundaberg sweet potatoes taste success at Dubai

Sweet Potatoes Australia is showcasing Bundaberg Region produce at the world's largest annual food and beverage trade exhibition in Dubai.

New local brews on tap with 384 North Micro Brewing

Anthony and Natasha Sfettina’s life revolves around food and family, and they've now launched their craft beer 384 North Micro Brewing.

Innes Park Bakery opens its doors

The highly anticipated opening of the Innes Park Bakery was a huge success, with a steady flow of customers keeping staff busy all day.

Awards shine spotlight on Bundaberg restaurants

Foodies have just given three Bundaberg restaurants a big tick of approval in the Australian Good Food Guide 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards.

Kadilly Coffee's Cranky Pants takes out bronze medal

Locally grown Kadilly Coffee won a bronze medal for its Cranky Pants blend at the Golden Bean Australia Coffee Roasters Competition.

The Pocket Storehouse bakery plans to expand

The Pocket Storehouse is planning to extend its bakery floor and owner Rick Nelson says if approved it will double the size of the kitchen.
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Latest news

Best smart phones on a budget

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg writes about the latest smart phones and what's the best value for money and quality.

Peace Bells ring for UK tower grabbers

Tower grabbers have travelled from the United Kingdom to ring Bundaberg’s Peace Bells for the second time ever in a quarter peal.

Water meter readings underway soon

Water meter reading contractors will soon begin reading meters throughout the region for the half year period ending 31 December.

Ella Wilkinson to delve into intrigues of the brain

A fascination with the intricacies of the human brain has inspired last year’s St Luke’s Anglican College school captain Ella Wilkinson to study Psychology at USC.
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