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Wednesday, February 26, 2020


Volunteers always welcome at galleries

If you have spare time on your hands and like to meet people, volunteering at the Bundaberg Region’s art galleries could be a great idea.

Distinguished Dog Squad handler retires

Australia's longest serving police dog squad handler, Bill Applebee from Bundaberg, is retiring after 40 years of distinguished service.

Young Bundaberg composer set for London debut

Bundaberg musician Andrew Udal is making a name for himself overseas as a finalist in the prestigious Commonwealth International Composition Awards.

Childers teen ready to launch for a year in Germany

Renae Anders is excited as she prepares to fly to Germany next week to begin her year as a Rotary Youth Exchange Program (YEP) student.

Brie represents Bundaberg in Miss Galaxy Australia

Bundaberg woman Brie Haafkens will take her passion for pageants to the Gold Coast stage when she competes in Miss Galaxy Australia.

Pascal, 78, flying through CQU Bachelor of Aviation

Pascal Lunsford radar-tracked astronauts on the Mercury and Gemini missions. Now at 78 his mission is to become a commercial pilot.
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Lizards love life at Alexandra Park Zoo

With days consisting of feeding, napping and basking in the sun, the lizards at Alexandra Park Zoo are certainly living their best life.

Wide-eyed puffer fish among top finds for photographer

With camera and eyes alert, a local resident has made a name for himself capturing images of coastal creatures that inhabit the region.

Norville State School students take on taiko drumming

Students are putting their drumming skills to the test by signing up to Norville State School's taiko drumming club for the year ahead.

Met Opera and movie madness in March at Moncrieff

Next month will be filled with movie madness and shows, featuring HD live screenings of the Met Opera at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.