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Monday, October 21, 2019
sunflowers

Sunflowers planted at Robertson Flower Farm

The sunflowers have been planted at Robertson Flower Farm on Bargara Road and picking will begin in a few weeks.
Macadamia harvest

Macadamia harvest under way as record crop forecast

The macadamia harvest has begun in the Bundaberg Region as the industry's national body forecasts a record crop.
Bundaberg Regional Council recently resolved to invite expressions of interest (EOI) for the sale or lease of the Bargara Administration Building and Cultural Centre.

More consultation on Bargara buildings

Community groups have a chance to learn more about opportunities with the council buildings at Bargara as consultation is extended.
Small business fair

Small Business Fair coming to Bundaberg

If you’re a small business operator looking for a one-stop shop to gain professional advice, get along to the Small Business Fair in Bundaberg on 20 March.
Abington Heights

Six extra lots planned for Abington Heights

Work is poised to begin on the development of six additional housing lots at Abington Heights about 10 minutes north of Childers.
Biggenden meatworks and store sale

Biggenden meatworks and store sale report

Burnett Livestock & Realty’s meatworks and store sale at Biggenden on Monday 4 March saw a yarding of 1721 head.
Bundaberg Health Foods

Staying healthy: Going digital helps business to grow

Linda Tindale has helped Bundy locals live healthier lives for nearly a decade and says business wellbeing requires a digital presence.
invasive weeds

Have your say on regional biosecurity management

Developed in 2017, the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Biosecurity Strategy aims to align regional invasive species management goals across the Wide Bay Burnett region.
video

Video: Why flipping a Bundaberg ginger beer stubby is good!

Hear the chief executive of Bundaberg Brewed Drinks, John McLean, explain what makes the company's soft drinks special and flipping the stubby.
Residents can pay their rates electronically until midnight on 11 March

Rates due for payment soon

Bundaberg Regional Council is reminding ratepayers that rate notices, issued on February 5, are due for payment by Monday 11 March.

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