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Community

More shade for parks a Council priority

More than half a million dollars will be invested in a range of shade projects for the region’s parks.

Boomerang Bags Bundaberg sewing for sustainability

The Boomerang Bags movement has come to Bundaberg and desperately needs sewers. Boomerang Bags is about making bags, diverting waste, starting conversations, connecting with each other, fostering sustainable behaviour, and having fun! There are now 17 communities already making these awesome...

#lovebundy businesses band together to keep local shopping alive

The #lovebundy message is spreading fast across the region with businesses uniting to provide support for one another and to help promote local shopping.

Eight weeks of free activities to keep your fitness goals in check

There’s no more excuses when it comes to procrastinating about health and fitness with the start of free, region-wide exercise classes!

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.

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Bold vision to build new cultural precinct

A bold vision has been unveiled to create a new civic and cultural arts precinct to revitalise the Bundaberg CBD.

Seventh Brian Prince Awards honour local heroes

Emergency services personnel have been recognised for their vital role in the community at the seventh annual Brian Prince Awards.

Willplay restores wonder to region's playgrounds

Bundaberg manufacturer Willplay delivers unique playgrounds from start to finish which are made from completely recyclable materials.

Hearing dog is more than a set of ears

Bundaberg resident David Eslick received a Lions hearing dog this month and describes the 15-month-old terrier-cross as a lifesaver.
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