Vital funds raised at RACQ LifeFlight Rescue's golf day

Business teams from around the Bundaberg Region took a swing at raising vital funds at the RACQ LifeFlight Rescue inaugural golf day.

Red-bellied Black Snakes combat display caught on film

Patricia Parker has captured footage of two large male Red-bellied Black Snakes battling it out as snake breeding season in now underway.

Wheels turning for local Cycling Without Age program

Bundaberg’s Cynthia Hoogstraten is looking for assistance to get the wheels turning on the Cycling Without Age Australia chapter in the region.

Braking the Cycle launches to educate young drivers

Driving education and training program Braking the Cycle is about to launch to help drivers learn the road before getting behind the wheel.

IMPACT shines light on child protection

Next week, from September 6 to 12, IMPACT Community Services will light up their windows to raise awareness for Child Protection Week.

Commemorating 75 years since Victory in the Pacific

Veterans gathered with friends and family at War Nurses Memorial Park on Saturday to observe the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific.

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TAFE course plants seed in growing industry

For the first time in six years TAFE Queensland will deliver horticulture courses at its Bundaberg campus, with an industry expert already onboard.

Nathan achieves goals with true blue Aussie spirit

Nathan Curd hasn't let disability stop him from achieving his dreams and starting his own Bundaberg business, Tru Blu Mowing.

Fond memories of St Mary’s Church shared

Cherished memories returned for more than 200 community members at the Mass in Remembrance of St Mary’s Church on Sunday.

Nyesha tops the class at Burnett Youth Learning Centre

Year 12 student Nyesha Plant has been awarded the top Burnett Youth Learning Centre accolade and now plans to study paramedic science.