Pigeon racing hobby has John soaring

Birds of a feather don’t just flock together, they race together – well at least that’s the case for John Ivich and his more than 100 racing pigeons.

Kahli turns loss into triumph with launch of IDSS

Kahli Olesen was an independent nurse before losing her vision, which inspired her to launch Integrated Disability Support Services (IDSS).

Bundaberg boy Dash Leather fights cancer

Behind his big, bright eyes and soft brown curls, Bundaberg’s Dash Leather is fighting childhood leukemia after being diagnosed on New Year's Eve.

Jackie overcomes wheelchair to walk again

Bundaberg woman Jackie Gilks-Sergiacomi has fought her way out of a wheelchair to walk her horse Echo on local beaches.

C-sections no barrier to building a large family

Bundaberg resident Theresa Oliver has defied conventional medical wisdom to deliver all seven of her children by C-section.

Peter Kirby retires after almost 25 years of service

Being thrown in at the deep end is what retiring Parks Group Supervisor Peter Kirby attributes to his success at leadership roles within Council.

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