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Humidity levels to return with muggy conditions

In this week's beach report Craig Holden says humidity levels will rise with sticky and muggy conditions likely to remain for a few more days yet.

Mud nest the perfect home for kookaburras, possums

A local wildlife photographer has documented how one mud nest in Moore Park Beach has become home to a family of kookaburras and more recently created shelter for a brushtail possum and her baby.

Most rivers clean enough to fish after heavy rain

Although there's been plenty of rain in the region, most rivers are clean and fishing well according to the Tackle World Bundaberg team.

Robin Hood returns to Playhouse stage

Robin Hood and his merry men will grace the Playhouse stage next month but the ever-popular pantomime returns with a twist.

The Whitlams return to Bundaberg after 20 years

Last visiting the Bundaberg Region at the turn of the century, The Whitlams will be back for the long-awaited Gaffage and Clink 2022 tour, performing at the Moncrieff in February.

Shalom teacher performs with Kate Miller-Heidke

Shalom teacher Stella Hutchins found herself centre-stage with Australian songstress Kate Miller-Heidke on Saturday night after she was invited to sing with the star as part of her Moncrieff show.

Huge response to Anything Goes art exhibition

It's a full house at Bundaberg Art Society’s Hazzard Gallery with 117 artworks on display in the last exhibition for the year, Anything Goes.

Book Review: Freaks of the Heartland

Set in a small midwestern town Freaks of the Heartland is the latest offering from Steve Niles, author of 30 Days of Night.

Weekender: Historic train carriage restored

In Weekender take a step back in time through a special Bundaberg Railway Historical Society restoration project and read about Mon Repos' first nesting...

Creativity flows in Heather's family garden

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