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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Council

Development activity powers ahead in Bundaberg Region

Development activity powered ahead during February and March with 44 development applications decided, 32 new lots approved and 74 new lots created.

Council staff fundraising for tree kangaroos

A night at Bundy Bowl and Leisure has helped raise much-needed funds to aid the rescue, rehabilitation and releasing of Lumholtz’s Tree-kangaroos.

Walking trails encourage residents to get active

The Bundaberg Region’s walkers will notice more vibrant signage along 10,000 Steps walkways as new-look signs are rolled out. Under a 10,000 Steps Community Grant, Council has received funding...

Tree care procedure prioritises rehabilitation

From maintenance programs to the steps taken to determine if a tree should be removed, Bundaberg Regional Council has outlined its approach to tree care.

Specialised crew repairs old timber bridges

The specialised skills of Bundaberg Regional Council’s bridge crew are significantly reducing repair costs and extending the life of timber bridges up to 80 years old.

Quoll coming from Tasmania to Alexandra Park Zoo

A new furry friend will soon be joining Alexandra Park Zoo. A male spotted-tailed quoll is travelling from Tasmania to take up residence.

Latest news

Wednesday is weedbuster day at Woodgate

The Woodgate Weedbusters are community volunteers who help to keep the Woodgate Beach foreshore free of invasive weeds.

The Cookie Daze fresh as a daisy

Inspired by the birth of her granddaughter Daisy, Bargara resident Carmen Delorie has started a new baking business with The Cookie Daze.

Bundaberg hailed as RV friendly region

More than 300 people are staying at the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct for the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) annual meeting.

Cargo volume lower at Port of Bundaberg

The Port of Bundaberg recorded a 27.7 per cent reduction in throughput last financial year due to lower sugar exports but prospects are said to be bright.
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