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Windy weekend ahead on local beaches

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says the forecast is looking pretty similar to last week with more gusty winds and overcast skies.

It’s a Dog’s Life art exhibition opens

It’s a Dog’s Life art exhibition is now open at Earth Circle Studios and Gallery in Bargara as part of the Found! Art Trail.

Creative writing program to engage community

Creative writers in Bundaberg can put pen to paper and take part in Upbeat Arts online writing program Word on the Street.

New look Gallery Shop made from recycled materials

Recycled materials with special meaning to the Bundaberg Region are featured in the new Gallery Shop which offers unique gift ideas created by local and visiting artists.

Woodgate achieves the pinnacle in NRMA holiday parks

It seems holiday makers simply cannot get enough of NRMA Woodgate Beach Holiday Park.

Fisherman’s Bruschetta by Seafood Smokery a hit

Mouth-watering macadamia-smoked Spanish Mackerel is the star of The Seafood Smokery Bundaberg’s Fisherman’s Bruschetta.

Weekender: Farm women harvest success

This week's edition of the Bundaberg Now Weekender takes you inside Austchilli to meet some of the women who are making their mark on the agricultural industry.

Good conditions to entice more beachgoers

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says good weather conditions will attract more people to the local beaches as spring begins.

Big Fish Big Adventure hits big time

Local documentary series Big Fish Big Adventure can now be streamed on Amazon Prime while the Discovery Channel is looking to hook international distribution rights.

Norville Park Pool reopens for swimming

Norville Park Pool reopens for swimming on Tuesday, 1 September with social distancing and COVID-19 measures in place.

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Annual Rotary book sale bigger than ever

It’s been a longer wait than usual for the annual Rotary book sale but an “Aladdin’s Cave of book treasures” awaits in what will be the biggest event yet.

Denizens of the Deep returned to Clark family

Arthur ‘Nobby’ Clark’s iconic Denizens of the Deep will be returned to his family for public exhibition at Splitters Farm.

Community calls for flood levee to be delivered

Seven years on from the devastating 2013 flood, calls have reignited in the community for the Bundaberg East Levee to be delivered.
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