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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Community

Mayor supports ABC Wide Bay cancer fundraiser

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea isn't until 23 May but ABC Wide Bay got in early today to promote thew Cancer Council fundraiser.

Heritage report aims to enhance Childers streetscape

Consultants engaged by Childers Chamber of Commerce have recommended measures to maintain and enhance the historic Childers streetscape.

Epic Earth Day activities provide holiday fun

Epic Earth Day featured activities from 17 organisations, including face painting, yoga, hand-print harmony birds and recycled art before a free screening of Epic.

Grace Fund helps acquire Friendlies wound care machine

The Friendlies will be able to offer improved recovery time and comfort to patients with wounds, thanks to the purchase of a new wound care machine.

Baby farm animals join zoo attractions for school holidays

Baby farm animals have joined the zoo family at Alexandra Park in Bundaberg as Old Macdonald's Travelling Farm visits for the next few days.

12-year-old Summer Farrelly shares passion for chicken art

Bundaberg 12-year-old Summer Farrelly shows anything is possible for someone who lives with autism by sharing her passion for chicken art.

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Wednesday is weedbuster day at Woodgate

The Woodgate Weedbusters are community volunteers who help to keep the Woodgate Beach foreshore free of invasive weeds.

The Cookie Daze fresh as a daisy

Inspired by the birth of her granddaughter Daisy, Bargara resident Carmen Delorie has started a new baking business with The Cookie Daze.

Bundaberg hailed as RV friendly region

More than 300 people are staying at the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct for the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) annual meeting.

Cargo volume lower at Port of Bundaberg

The Port of Bundaberg recorded a 27.7 per cent reduction in throughput last financial year due to lower sugar exports but prospects are said to be bright.
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