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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Food & drinks

Dragon fruit farm makes ‘old heart jump'

Dragon fruit farmers Bruce and Carol Wallace have been growing the vibrant tropical fruit for 15 years and say it keeps growing in popularity year-on-year.

More than honey at Meant to Bee Tranquil Apiaries

Life is sweeter for Mark and Jodie Saint after following Mark’s desire to own a couple of bee hives they knew it was Meant to Bee.

The Grand Hotel makeover and restoration underway

After more than 100 years of trading the Grand Hotel is undergoing a makeover and restoration to bring the historical hotel back to life.

IMPACT’s lockdown recipes to tantalise the taste buds

The new IMPACT Community Services Positive Start Recipes book is hot off the press and ready to tantalise taste buds.

New pickled eggplant hits the shelf at Vintner’s Secret

Vintner’s Secret Vineyard has diversified during the COVID-19 restrictions and is now pickling a variety of produce, including eggplants.

Chilli Vodka and new Chocolate Chilli Liqueur hot to go

Things are heating up this winter at Kalki Moon as the team launches its new Chilli Chocolate Liqueur, along with the much-loved Chilli Vodka.

Latest news

New skills learnt at Airbase Operator Course

With the official bushfire season now underway, 30 emergency service have learnt new skills in the Airbase Operator Course at Bundaberg Airport.

Council invited to become “small business friendly”

Bundaberg Regional Council had a presentation on Monday from the Queensland Small Business Commissioner to discuss Council becoming a “Queensland Small Business Friendly Council”.

Have your say on Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy

The draft Bundaberg Region Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy has been released today for a 28 day period of community consultation.

Council proactively protects iconic pandanus palms

Bundaberg Regional Council’s Natural Areas team are working to save the pandanus palms that line many of Bundaberg’s beaches from a tiny pest.