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Sunday, March 29, 2020

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Council continues working, with public’s help

Bundaberg Regional Council crews are working hard to keep the water and sewerage networks running 24/7 and keeping public areas clean and looking their best, while adhering to safety protocols.

Donna offered permanent work from RET program

Regional Employment Trial graduate Donna Payne has been offered permanent employment with Southen Cross Support Services

Day in the life of zoo wallabies Toby and Rusty

While Alexandra Park Zoo has been closed to the public due to Coronavirus restrictions, the community can rest assured the animals will be living life as per normal at the Bundaberg facility.

Snake “as thick as a sausage roll” relocated from CBD

A four foot long red-bellied black snake "as thick as a sausage roll" has found a new home in Meadowvale scrub after being relocated from the Bundaberg CBD today.

Bargara Central tavern proposed

A development proposal has been lodged for a new tavern featuring a beer garden and bottle shop at Bargara Central.

Coronavirus update: Council closures move forward

The closure of several Council facilities and services, to take place at close of business this Friday, will now move forward to close of business today.

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Council continues working, with public’s help

Bundaberg Regional Council crews are working hard to keep the water and sewerage networks running 24/7 and keeping public areas clean and looking their best, while adhering to safety protocols.

Carinity continuing care for seniors during Coronavirus

Not-for-profit organisation Carinity is ensuring the continuity of care for seniors through its in-home care service.

Bundaberg rescue organisations kept busy

Two Bundaberg rescue organisations, VMR Bundaberg and RACQ LifeFlight, have been kept busy attending separate incidents over the weekend.

Arthur McKenzie shares Caledonian Pipe Band history

Arthur McKenzie, 87, practices his bagpipes daily and his 70 years of memories with the Bundaberg Caledonian Pipe Band remain crystal clear.
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