Drum Corps in the blood of Ballantynes

The Bundaberg Drum Corps celebrated its 65th anniversary this weekend and it was an extra special occasion for member of 50 years Trevor Ballantyne whose father founded the group.

Jan's Bundaberg memories live on through diary entries

A former Bundaberg man is paying homage to his late wife by sharing her stories of the region to online history buffs, including her memories of the Siren of the Surf competition.

St Andrew's church undergoes restoration works

Work is currently underway at St Andrew's Seventh Day Adventist Church to return the building, constructed in 1932, to its former glory.

Clan Maclean celebrates Scottish heritage

Grant Maclean can trace his family’s Scottish heritage back to the very first Clan Maclean chief in 1200 and is passionate about keeping the clan’s history alive.

East Water Tower visit emotional for family

Neils Carl Steffensen, known as the "Builder of Bundaberg" was the contractor assigned to the East Water Tower in the 1900s and his family have paid an emotional visit to the iconic building to view his work.

Bundaberg South State School to celebrate 130 years

Bundaberg South State School will be celebrating 130 years in the region this month with a special event planned to mark the anniversary with students and staff.

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