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Bundaberg draws talented musicians

What do Lee Kernaghan, Isaiah Firebrace and John Paul Young have in common? They’re all big names in entertainment and they all have their sights set on Bundaberg.

Art and speech competition strengthens Sister City bond

The Regional Japanese Speech and Art Competition is in its seventh year and involves all schools that teach Japanese.

Bundaberg's newest author detects talent

Bundaberg author Dom Scheers has written a detective novel which will be launched at The Brewhouse on Thursday at 6pm.

Alpacas join library fun for National Storytime

They're the famous Alpacas with Maracas and at 11 am today, author Matt Cosgrove's popular story of Macca and Al was read in unison by children and parents across the nation.

Community choir hitting the right notes at free concert

The Impact Community Choir will be delivering a free and inspirational performance at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Wednesday 22 May.

Mentoring program to assist local artists

Do you have an innovative arts project idea you want to get off the ground? Are you interested in taking your arts career to...

Purple Wiggle makes young fan's day at Moncrieff

About 1400 Wiggles fans packed the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre today for a chance to dance and sing with the popular children’s entertainers.

Bundy mum gets cooking for The Wiggles

The Wiggles have a repertoire of songs about food, from Hot Potatoes to Crunchy Munchy Honey Cakes, now Bundaberg mum Lindsey Mortensen cooks up some hits of her own.

Entries open for Bundaberg Art Prize '19

Bundaberg Art Prize ‘19 is set to draw the best artistic talent from the Bundaberg Region and beyond with a significant $20,000 total prize pool.

ArtFeast 2019 celebrates art, culture, music, food

ArtFeast 2019 promises a fusion of art, culture, music and food through an annual celebration at St Luke's Anglican School.

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