Weekender: Dorothy's blast from the past

In Weekender read about how 102-year-old Dorothy Collishaw was reunited with Bundaberg's first registered car which was once owned by her grandfather, find out...

Spanish mackerel closed and barramundi open

In this week's Tackleworld Bundaberg fishing report find out about the Spanish mackerel and barramundi seasons, along with what's been biting on the water.

Warm and muggy days set to continue

In this week’s beach report Craig Holden says the warm and muggy days are set to continue and he advises swimmers to check warning signs around jellyfish.

Michaela George's Australian Idol golden ticket

Bundaberg singer Michaela George is one step closer to fulfilling her dream of becoming a national artist after she appeared on Australia Idol last night.

Public art discussion paper available

Artists and art lovers can now read and provide feedback on a discussion paper as Council continues its community consultation on the development of a Public Art Master Plan.

First Nations fashion to Strut on Moncrieff stage

Local designer and Gooreng Gooreng woman Julie Appo will join forces with Melbourne's fashion guru Linda Jackson AO to bring her "wearable art" on to the Moncrieff runway in Strut: First Nations Fashion.

Old stumps had a purpose for artist John Olsen

Through his 35-year artist career John has had a focus on upcycling metal but his latest exhibition brings a new life to timber.

Weekender: Bundaberg Region ECO Destination certified

This special edition of Weekender is celebrating everything sustainable after the region received ECO Destination Certification, from cutting microplastic pollution to local artists sharing...

Beach report: warm weather to continue

Looking forward to an ocean swim on the weekend? Find out the best time to go in this week's beach report.

Plenty of fish in the sea at Elliott River

Tackle World Bundaberg says the warm weather and relatively big tides has seen the shallow flats in the Elliott River thriving with life, with big flathead, queenfish, trevally, grunter and whiting caught.

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