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Saturday, June 6, 2020

Council

Water Treatment Plant project on the way to completion

Construction is quick-moving at Branyan Water Treatment Plant, with the upgrade to improve water capacity, taste and odour in the region.

Next stage of community care centre development starts

Operational works have been approved for a new community care centre in the Bundaberg CBD, providing respite and support under the NDIS.

Bert’s Armstrong Siddeley undergoes work once more

Further work to Bert Hinkler's Armstrong Siddeley is underway, with the historic vehicle recently transported from the Hinkler Hall of Aviation to undergo restoration.

Community to be brought together to share stories

‘Our People, Our Stories’, a project to bring all sectors of the community together, has been granted funding from the Department of Communities.

Maritime training courses to set sail

A course teaching mandatory skills for those interested in working in the fishing industry will be run through Yalga-binbi Institute (Gidarjil) from 15 June.

Traffic lights planned for Branyan Drive

Traffic lights will be installed at the intersection of Branyan Drive, Dittman Road and Avoca Road following an engineering assessment.

Latest news

Covid-19 hiccough in Bundy boy's path to NRL

Sports columnist Vince Habermann talks to Bundaberg rugby league rising star Wyatt Reynolds about his journey to the Bulldogs.

Residents unite to say ‘thank you’ this Queensland Day

This weekend Bundaberg community members are being encouraged to give a great big shout out to their fellow Queenslanders for Queensland Day.

New attraction arrives for Snakes Downunder reopening

Five new arrivals have made a very steady entrance to Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo just in time for the zoo’s reopening to the public on Saturday.

Locals excel at global online obstacle course

During COVID-19 restrictions everyone was encouraged to stay fit, but B.T.Y Fitness members took it to another level last weekend, with the Spartan Virtual Race.
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