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The Green Room etched in theatre history

In show business a green room is a place for performers to take a break before, during and after a show- but how did this iconic room get it's name?

Arts an important way to re-connect

As restrictions ease, Creative Regions' Di Wills hopes the public will support community arts groups as they create new work and reconnect.

Winter sun a magnet to Woodgate Beach crowds

Visitors flocked to enjoy sunny conditions at Woogate Beach last weekend as lockdown restrictions eased, providing a boost for local traders.

Ambo Shane sketches Phantom art career

Sketching has always been a part of QAS officer Shane Foley’s life and illustrating the Phantom Comics has definitely been a highlight.

Businesses to display FOUND Art Trail artwork

Businesses in and around Bundaberg and Bargara have the chance to be part of the upcoming FOUND! Art Trail.

Marlies creates stunning collages for 4670tees

Bundaberg artist and business owner Marlies Oakley has given old magazine pictures a new life with her collaged artwork now printed on t-shirts with 4670tees.

Young Erin ecstatic to win Botanic Gardens Day prize

Armed with new gloves, a variety of seeds and more, four-year-old Erin Steindl is excited to get in the garden after winning a National Botanic Gardens Day prize pack.

Filmmaker captures Barolin Rocks wonderland

Local filmmakerJohnny Nicol has free-dived to capture footage of the unique underwater oasis of Barolin Rocks at Bargara.

Go Pro captures sharks chasing fisherman's catch

A group of fishermen have captured video footage of sharks chasing their catch during a recent fishing trip in Bundaberg waters.

Frank Green still making a splash at Childers pool

After a lifetime of being "knocked about" during different sports, Frank Green was given health advice to take up swimming 23 years ago and it's a passion that hasn't wavered since.

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Rotary donation supports kids with diabetes

The Rotary Club of Bundaberg Sunrise has donated more than $2000 to the Bundaberg Hospital Paediatrics team to enable five local children with type one diabetes to attend a Diabetes Queensland camp.

Walkervale pathway work begins

Walkervale will become a hub of construction next week, with work being undertaken to construct a new pathway along Boundary Street.

More to music than sound for singer Peter Knight

Bundaberg singer Peter Knight has released his seventh album Guitar Strings Pen Paper that gives a glimpse into the songwriter and his muse.