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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Community

Water Street Kitchen's sweet surprise to hospital staff

The team at Water Street Kitchen have delivered a sweet surprise to Bundaberg Hospital staff to help keep their spirits high during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Community encouraged to sing with Computer Choir

Don't stop singing while Pub Rock Choir is on hiatus as you can perform from the comfort of your own home with Computer Choir.

Naga the komodo dragon is now Downunder

Naga, an impressive two and a half metre long Komodo Dragon has taken up residency at Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo.

Linda takes on mum duties for orphaned baby possums

Orphaned baby possums have a safe place to grow with wildlife carer Linda Karlsen.

Being shipwrecked one tale in 80 great years for Don

Lucky. What else can you call a bloke who has lived to celebrate his 80th birthday after having survived several car crashes and a shipwreck?

Coronavirus update: Holiday parks close to new visitors

To comply with the current directive issued by Queensland’s Chief Health Officer, Bundaberg Regional Council’s holiday parks will close their gates to any new visitors.

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Community helps Hunter celebrate birthday

Hunter Ulbl celebrated his 9th birthday in the midst of the Covid-19 regulations, and with the community's help it was a birthday to remember.

Rural fire brigades stand ready despite virus disruption

The weekly meetings and training exercises of the Childers Rural Fire Brigade have been suspended but members still remain active.

Kiteboarders seek a thrill at Elliott Heads

“The part I love most about kiteboarding is it’s just you out there, you don’t have to rely on anyone, you just need equipment wind and water."

Full moon drum roll for gratitude online

Organisers of Bargara's full moon drumming have come up with a novel way to celebrate the next event on Wednesday, 8 April while showing appreciation for those keeping the community safe.
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