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Friday, July 3, 2020

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Club has drive to clean up region’s litter

Bundaberg 4WD Club spends a lot of time enjoying the great outdoors and on Clean Up Australia Day, they’ll be doing their part to protect it. The club’s environmental officer Graham Telfer said around...

Scholarship gives students opportunity to pursue engineering dream

For 17 year old Leticia Kyle, being a recipient of Bundaberg Regional Council’s First Year Engineering Scholarship has been an opportunity to kick-start the career of her dreams.

Move It to the Multiplex to kick your health and fitness goals

If you need motivation to dust off those old runners or pull the bike out from under the cobwebs in the shed, have no fear - the Move It Expo is...

Support for Toy Library means support for local children

The Bundaberg Disability Resource Centre (incorporating the Toy Library) will extend programs to support the region’s children with Bundaberg Regional Council pledging its continued support to the program. The...

Australia Day celebrated in Bundaberg Region

The 2019 Bundaberg Region Australia Day Award recipients were announced at a special ceremony this morning that also welcomed 23 new citizens. Mayor Jack Dempsey said there was no...

Get out and about on new stretch of pathway

The construction of a new 1.4km stretch of pathway at Baldwin Swamp has now finished, giving walkers, joggers and cyclists an opportunity to explore even more of our beautiful region. The pathway stretches from...

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Bundaberg Art Prize returns to brighten CBD

The Bundaberg CBD is set to become a thriving arts hub in November with the return of the Bundaberg Art Prize.

Rail Trail Double record for Mandy Cook

Mandy Cook is passionate about cycling and she is now the record holder for the first ever Women's SBRT-BVRT Rail Trail Double.

Alexandra Park Zoo has reopened

Animal lovers can visit Alexandra Park Zoo again after it reopened on Tuesday, 30 June.

Tropical carnivorous plants eat bugs and mice

Geoff and Andrea Mansell from Exotica Plants at Cordalba specialise in carnivorous tropical plants which eat flies, beetles, bugs and mice.
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