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Tuesday, September 29, 2020


Act for Peace Ration Challenge creates awareness

For the past week Bundaberg Regional Council Civil Works Operations Engineer Matthew Caughley has taken up the Act for Peace Ration Challenge of eating the same food rations as a Syrian refugee.

Cosy life for Snakes Downunder koalas

Three koalas living a cosy existence at Snakes Downunder would not have survived in the wild without human intervention.

Action ‘popping' at Childers Skatepark

More than 100 participants turned out for Skate with a Mate at the Childers Skatepark to see the Redfrogs team in action.

Science Experience sees students explore ag solutions

More than 20 students from high schools around the Bundaberg region are participating in a Science Experience program run by CQUniversity.

Elijah accepts no butts from litterers

Seven-year-old Elijah Richardson is cleaning up the region’s beaches and has asked people to stop littering after collecting hundreds of cigarette butts in a matter of days.

Taste of retail at Homeschool Artisan Market

The initial Homeschool Artisan Market, held on Saturday, helped give mini entrepreneurs their first taste of retail trading.

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Annual Rotary book sale bigger than ever

It’s been a longer wait than usual for the annual Rotary book sale but an “Aladdin’s Cave of book treasures” awaits in what will be the biggest event yet.

Denizens of the Deep returned to Clark family

Arthur ‘Nobby’ Clark’s iconic Denizens of the Deep will be returned to his family for public exhibition at Splitters Farm.

Community calls for flood levee to be delivered

Seven years on from the devastating 2013 flood, calls have reignited in the community for the Bundaberg East Levee to be delivered.

Twyford Solar and Electrical expands

As solar uptake in the Bundaberg Region continues to shine, Twyford Solar and Electrical has expanded to meet demand.