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Saturday, June 6, 2020

Business

Coronavirus halts tech shipments

Australia relies heavily on Chinese imports for technology and Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg warns there may be delays.

Murchie partners with Shalom in $8m project

Shalom College has announced local builder Murchie Constructions will deliver an $8 million project, employing up to 40 people over 40 weeks.

Palm Lake Care Bargara accredited again

Palm Lake Care Bargara has been accredited for another three years following an unannounced government audit of the facility.

Local businesses benefit from Buy Local policy

Bundaberg Regional Council's successful Buy Local policy is generating increased activity and employment for local businesses.

Isis Mill makes 70,000 sleepers for cane rail

Isis Central Sugar Mill at Childers is making 70,000 sleepers on site to deliver a major expansion to its cane rail network.

Wattle Woman jewellery label goes viral

The creator of the Wattle Woman jewellery collection in Bundaberg, Lili Jacobsen, discovered the power of social media last month.

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Covid-19 hiccough in Bundy boy's path to NRL

Sports columnist Vince Habermann talks to Bundaberg rugby league rising star Wyatt Reynolds about his journey to the Bulldogs.

Residents unite to say ‘thank you’ this Queensland Day

This weekend Bundaberg community members are being encouraged to give a great big shout out to their fellow Queenslanders for Queensland Day.

New attraction arrives for Snakes Downunder reopening

Five new arrivals have made a very steady entrance to Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo just in time for the zoo’s reopening to the public on Saturday.

Locals excel at global online obstacle course

During COVID-19 restrictions everyone was encouraged to stay fit, but B.T.Y Fitness members took it to another level last weekend, with the Spartan Virtual Race.
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