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Film Festival coming to Bundaberg

The popular Travelling Film Festival will return tto the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre this year from 16-18 October.

September school holidays guide

There's plenty happening across the Bundaberg Region these school holidays to keep the entire family entertained.

In our Garden: A place of harmony, love and community

Before the Tom Quinn Community Centre established its gardens in 2002, the area was native bushland that was largely inaccessible to the public.

From mushrooms to happiness

The latest edition of Bundaberg Now Weekender introduces readers to Gin Gin Gourmet Mushrooms and happiness creator Willplay.

Delicious Bundaberg apple cider pancakes

Start the school holidays with a delicious family breakfast of apple cider pancakes from Bundaberg Brewed Drinks.

Windy start to school holidays

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the wind is likely to pick up for the start of school holidays before easing next week.

Bundy’s Brooke wins Nestle artwork competition

Kepnock State High School Girls Academy's Brooke Sutton will have her artwork featured by Nestle after winning a national competition.

Colonisation Through Black Eyes now available

Colonisation Through Black Eyes by Dr Kerry Blackman and Dr Lysbeth Ford tells the story of local history from an Indigenous perspective.

Alloway rustic garden soothes the soul

Michael and Janine Tyler's rustic garden at Alloway provides a lush oasis around their home and reflects their personalities.

HSG's vegan zucchini and sweet corn fritters

HSG at the Gardens’ vegan zucchini and sweet corn fritters are a gluten and nut free surprise...

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Science Experience sees students explore ag solutions

More than 20 students from high schools around the Bundaberg region are participating in a Science Experience program run by CQUniversity.

Shed Door Gallery group opens to more members

Local artists have collaborated to form the Shed Door Gallery group and their door is open for more creatively minded members to join.

Carers undertaking specialised dementia training

Carinity Kepnock Grove aged care community staff are undertaking dementia-focused training to better understand the disease and learn how to best communicate and encourage people affected.
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