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State ensemble program attracts top students

Top music students came together for the sixth annual State Honours Ensemble Program, SHEP, Middle School at Bundaberg Christian College.

Poultry enthusiasts flock to Bundaberg for fanciers show

Poultry enthusiast flocked to Bundaberg from across Australia for the Bundaberg Poultry Fanciers Club’s winter show with an impressive 1100 birds on display at the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct.

Young wizards experience magic at library

The Bundaberg Library transformed into Hogwarts as about 50 local young wizards gathered for the Harry Potter event.

Farm animals get love and life with Clark family

A Bundaberg Region couple has transformed their love for animals into a full-time lifestyle, providing a safe haven at Splitters Farm.

Sonic Playground have eclectic music style

It's been three years since Sonic Playground began busting out tunes together and the band have been rocking the local music scene ever since.

Innovative arts mentoring program launched

As host of the Central Queensland Regional Arts Services Network, CQUniversity is leading the way when it comes to arts mentoring and upskilling artists and arts workers.

Female ghost haunts historic Bundaberg gallery

By day the architectural and historical charm of the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery building shines through but alone at night a number of artists in residence have reported paranormal activity.

Chern’ee Sutton designs safe space yarning circle

Contemporary Indigenous artist Chern’ee Sutton designed totem poles for a yarning circle to create a safe space for people to speak.

The Mousetrap to capture Playhouse audience

The Mousetrap is the longest running play in London’s West End and it's about to make its debut in at the Playhouse Theatre in August.

Residents preparing entries for Bundaberg Art Prize

The 2017 winner of the Bundaberg Arts Festival Adrienne Williams is already prepping her canvas for her Bundaberg Art Prize entry.

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