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Bundaberg RFDS nurse completes outback rotation

The challenges presented in delivering remote healthcare during COVID-19 have resulted in a rewarding opportunity for Bundaberg-based flight nurse, Kathryn McKenzie.

Laura's locks to be lost for Leukaemia Foundation

Laura Helbig will lose her locks as part of the World's Greatest Shave for the Leukaemia Foundation with an aim to raise $5000.

Find pre-loved treasures at Trinket and Things

With a love of pre-loved treasures Jacqueline Rogers has reopened her Trinket and Things store on Goodwood Road.

Owen a recycling role model…at nine

Owen Taylor might only be nine years old, but he’s a recycling role model for many others in the Bundaberg region.

Dave Morton awarded QRFS Volunteer of the Year

Bungadoo Rural Fire Brigade volunteer Dave Morton has received an award from the the Queensland Rural Fire Service.

Join Bargara Lions with A Cuppa in the Park

Bargara Lions has commenced A Cuppa in the Park and they welcome community members to stop by and say hello. Bargara Lions Diana Ballard is chairman of A Cuppa...

Latest news

Council grants available for sporting groups

Eligible sporting clubs and non-profit sporting groups are encouraged to apply for COVID-19 relief assistance from Bundaberg Regional Council.

Podcast #8: Alloway Farm Markets

In this week's Bundaberg Now Podcast we learn more about Cochrane's Artificial Reef and hear the story of Alloway Farm Markets.

Hearts beat as one for couple married 66 years

Every day for the past five years, Noel (88) has visited his wife, Gloria (84) at Meilene Residential Aged Care Home in Bundaberg.

Caravan safety more important than ever

With travel restrictions easing there are more caravans and RVs on the road, which has highlighted the need for driver awareness and training.
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