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Trail fun for children at Chinese New Year celebrations

A treasure hunt themed activity will keep kids entertained for hours at the upcoming Chinese New Year Celebrations this weekend.

Heritage plan to preserve unique facade of Childers

A strategic approach to preserving the elegance of the heritage listed building in the main street of Childers will be the outcome of a soon-to-be-released consultant’s report.

Safer Internet Day at St Luke's

Tuesday, 5 February was Safer Internet Day. "Adopt-a-Cop" Meg Owens from the Bundaberg Police Station went to St Luke's Anglican School to talk with Years 1-6 children about the importance of internet...

Future recruit visits Gin Gin Police Station

Gin Gin Police recently hosted a little visitor to the station. Josh, who is only seven, wants to be a police officer when he grows up, so his Dad...

Storm Boy film raises funds for school trip

Get behind this movie fundraiser to help support the students of St John's Lutheran Primary School.

Bundy students partners in crime at university

There’s no mystery surrounding what the future holds for Bundaberg Region high school graduates Hollie Cooper and Renee Nielsen.

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Lego helps build education success

CQU Bundaberg alumnus Shontelle Lewis is passionate about empowering young learners and for more than a decade she’s had LEGO to help her.

Goodwood murals provide images to remember

Two local artists have transformed an austere block wall at Goodwood State School into colourful murals depicting the region.

Tobias Street swims his way to Bond

Bundaberg swimmer Tobias Street is on a high after he received an Olympic Change-Maker Award and a scholarship to Bond University.

Waves crash down to take out Twenty20 thriller

Vince Habermann recaps the thrilling Twenty20 final clash between Across the Waves and the East Bundy Magpies in his wrap of the weekend’s sports results.
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