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Phoebe Jay’s Manic Monday helps fans connect

Phoebe Jay will connect to her fans, even with social distancing in place, with her online performances during Phoebe Jay’s Manic Monday.

Mamma Mia will live on – later in the year

Bundaberg Players Inc has come to the heart wrenching decision to “mothball” their sell out production of Mamma Mia.

Dolphins filmed frolicking near Bargara

Like a scene from a documentary, one Bundaberg man has managed to capture footage of 30 dolphins frolicking and mating at Bargara.

Travel the world at Bundaberg Botanic Gardens

Exploring the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens offers more than a great day out with a worldly travel adventure awaiting plant lovers.

Moncrieff Entertainment Centre improvements benefit all

Recent and planned improvements will benefit all patrons at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre – whether they are there for a movie, orchestral concert or live show.

73,000 barra fingerlings released at Lake Monduran

More than 73,000 barramundi fingerlings were released into Lake Monduran at the weekend to restock the popular fishing area near Gin Gin.

Pickles the friendly possum loves the camera

A local possum has shown her enthusiasm for being in front of the lens when getting a visit from Bundaberg Now photographer Paul Donaldson.

Laurie shares police stories in Keeping the Peace

Police officers have endless tales about the job and retired Police Assistant Commissioner Laurie Pointing shares these in Keeping the Peace.

Use Redmap app to track marine life

Marine organisms are on the move in Queensland and scientists are hoping to track them with your help using the Redmap website and app.

Emus Apple and Jimmy a quirky pair at zoo

Alexandra Park Zoo's resident emu duo, Apple and Jimmy, have been together delighting zoo visitors for over a decade in Bundaberg.

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Growers urge open minds in Paradise Dam debate

Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetables Growers (BFVG) have urged the community to keep an open mind about the future of Paradise Dam after the release of the Building Queensland report on the dam this week.

Renae stays upbeat as virus disrupts Germany trip

A trip to Germany as a Rotary Youth Exchange Program (YEP) participant was shaping to be the trip of a lifetime for Childers resident Renae Anders.

Vet care for your pet in times of isolation

As residents remain at home, especially our elderly, Sugarland Veterinary Hospital has been tackling the question “what if my pet gets sick while I’m isolated.”
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