From Hollywood to Bundaberg, Gloria turns 100

A former movie stuntwoman, magistrate and racehorse trainer, Gloria Benwell has lived a bold life and on Saturday she became Bundaberg’s newest centenarian.

Lucinda born to create as she opens exhibition

Seven-year-old Lucinda Dumont was “born to create” and she will soon open her first art exhibition, Faces, thanks to the support from the Regional Arts Development Fund.

Rob officially awarded for prostate cancer work

Rob McCulloch was officially awarded for his prostate cancer awareness work within the community at a special awards ceremony held at the Bundaberg Family Centre yesterday.

Brooke's T2 Tea set bursts with colour

Bundaberg artist and Kalkadoon woman Brooke Sutton has collaborated with T2 Tea to provide her contemporary Indigenous artwork to richly adorn the latest collection of tea wares.

Trevor's career stems from youth orchestra

Trevor Beyer was one of the Bundaberg Youth Orchestra's past members who returned to the Bundaberg Region to commemorate its 50th anniversary last weekend.

Golden fig trees support cancer battle

The golden lights on the fig trees at the Multiplex are shining bright to support Bundaberg children who have battled cancer, like Zaria Bewick, and their families.

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