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Strong winds, big wave heights cause tricky conditions

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says looking ahead to the coming days it's expected there will be strong winds and big wave heights.

Warm waters keep the barramundi biting

In the warm waters of Lake Gregory there has been some very good by-catches of barramundi and saratoga.

John Butler announces one-off Bundaberg show

Australian musician John Butler is heading to Bundaberg next week for a one-off, intimate performance at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.

In our garden: Lorraine Keen to keep her garden green

Lorraine's shade house is home to plants she has collected over the past 40 years, filling it to the brim with an assortment of greenery.

Playhouse stage back for Secret Bridesmaids' Business

Bundaberg Players Inc members and theatre lovers are looking forward to the first performance back on the Playhouse stage – Secret Bridesmaids’ Business.

RECIPE: Appetising custard apple and pork stir fry

John Warren from Makhoma Farms says custard apple is a versatile fruit and is delicious when eaten fresh, but also great in a pork stir fry.

Weekender dives into Tobruk two years on

In this week’s edition of Weekender Tracy Olive shares her experience diving the Tobruk with Lady Musgrave Experience in the first Bundaberg Now dive report.

Excitement as Bundaberg Show locks in a date

Dagwood dogs, fairy floss and the thrills and spills of rides and attractions at Bundaberg Show will return to the community.

High tides up to the dunes this weekend

In his latest beach report, Craig Holden says the biggest issue for beachgoers this weekend will be very high tides in the mornings.

Brooke has a brush with the Governor

Kalkadoon artist Brooke Sutton presented a seaside painting to the Governor of Queensland to hang proudly at Government House during his vice-regal visit to the Bundaberg Region.

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Council signs up to help Childers traders

Funding of $4500 gained through a Council grant has enabled Childers traders to further capitalise on the record numbers visiting the picturesque town.

Community rolls up sleeves to rejuvenate dunes

With native coastal plants in hand community members dug deep recently to help rejuvenate and preserve the dunes at Elliott Heads.

Gardening hobby blossoms into healthier lifestyle

Ceciley Stewart's garden hobby has not only transformed her outdoor area, it has also created a positive change from within.
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