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More than a job – lifesaving still priority for Craig

Surf lifesaving may no longer provide a living for Craig Holden, but it is certain to remain a lifestyle for the veteran of the service who has been involved for 43 years.

Kerry’s colourful oasis a dream come true

Kerry Forrester has spent the past four years transforming a neglected backyard into her dream garden filled with colour and native wildlife.

Weekender: Local muso Thunderstruck by new role

Delve into Weekender for details about an exclusive Banquet on the Bridge event ahead of ticket sales launched on Monday and prepare to be Thunderstruck by local muso Mick Bazley’s new role in the official Acca Dacca tribute act.

Sunshine is out for superb weekend at the beach

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the superb weather is set to remain over the coming days which should be music to the ears of beach-goers.

Queensland production captures Vietnam era in concert

Music lovers can relive the 'soundtrack' of Vietnam and the turbulent 1960s and early 1970s in concert at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Saturday.

Botanic Gardens celebrated in poetry

A call for Bundaberg Botanic Gardens lovers to express their appreciation for the location in poetic style has unearthed some talented poets within the region.

Stephen's new library role means great things for region

Bundaberg will soon become more visible on the national stage of the library and publishing sectors thanks to local librarian Stephen Harris who was recently appointed Queensland State Manager of the Australian Library and Information Association.

Kym's garden of love stems from family passion

Kym and Rod Kington have created a diverse garden on their Bundaberg property, ranging from greenhouses to succulent displays.

Tinaberries Eton Mess makes the perfect party dessert

If you are short on time Tina McPherson says her Tinaberries Eton Mess recipe, full of delicious strawberries and other local goodies, makes the perfect dessert.

Weekender: Merv shares story as piano returns to CBD

In Weekender we talk to Merv Allan as the community piano returns to the CBD and feature a new business bringing back “old school activity-based fun” with their new children’s product.

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