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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Impressive mo inspires new wax and oil business

Bundaberg man Lincoln Williams is sharing the secret of his impressive mo through a new business and the release of his own brand of stache wax and beard oil.

Nourish Cafe takes Bundy to the farm

People will have the opportunity to see first-hand where there food comes from at Nourish Cafe's upcoming Plate to Paddock Day on Friday, 4 October, held at the farm of their milk supplier CQ Dairy Fresh.

Date Doctor wins Bundaberg Startup Weekend

The Date Doctor was the winning concept at this weekend’s Bundaberg Startup Weekend.
Fairways expansion

Fairways proposes aged care expansion

Almost 20 years on from its original development approval North Bundaberg aged care complex Fairways has lodged plans to refurbish and expand.
SSS Tower

New SSS Tower will invigorate CBD

SSS Strawberries has revealed its vision to revitalise the Bundaberg CBD, transforming a vacant high-rise in to SSS Tower featuring student accommodation and eateries.

Next Crop of sugar industry leaders harvested

Bundaberg Region farmer Michael Cavallaro has been recognised as a future leader in the sugarcane industry after graduating from the Next Crop development program.
Seafood Smokery Fine Food Champion

Seafood Smokery’s blue salmon a Fine Food Champion

Seafood Smokery Bundaberg has been named a Sydney Royal Fine Food Champion after taking out a swag of awards at the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales competition yesterday.

Love and Sound brings natural therapies to CBD

Using the vibrations of sound, Arorah Marshall is bringing her natural therapies business to the Bundaberg CBD to help people tackle issues including anxiety, depression and more.

New cafe on the cards for Tom Quinn centre

Customers visiting the Tom Quinn Community Centre could soon be dining at a bigger café with all new features if a development application is approved.
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.


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