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Dead Puppet Society visits Bundaberg

Ahead of the Milbi Festival later this year, the Dead Puppet Society team visited the region to meet with locals and teach the art of puppet making.

NAIDOC artwork on display at hospital

Cordalba-based Indigenous artist Marika Baumgart has once again picked up a paintbrush to showcase the artistic ability that won her the NAIDOC art poster in 2001.

Submarine sighting makes for a special flight

The submarine sighted off the Bundaberg coastline which sent social media into a spin yesterday has been identified as HMAS Collins from the Royal Australian Navy.

Celebrate Tanabata at the Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens is celebrating the annual Japanese Star Festival called Tanabata by giving visitors the opportunity to take part in a traditional wish activity.

Paul to bring signature events to Moncrieff

His resume reads actor, musician, director, composer and producer but Paul Dellit’s latest gig sees him add Moncrieff Entertainment Centre manager to the impressive list.

Weekender: Farming life a family affair

Read Weekender to learn more about the four Courtice siblings carrying on their family's farming tradition, check out the Flourish Family Fun Day photo...

Wet weather forecast for the weekend

Craig Holden says the weather forecast is not looking great for beachgoers this weekend with wet conditions on the way.

Celebrating a decade of success at Saskia

The team at Saskia celebrate a decade in business on Thursday, growing each year since establishing at the Millaquin Markets in 2011.

Dancing in the Rainbow Workshops in Bundaberg

A series of workshops will soon be underway in the region to assist the youth LGBTQI community in producing a local theatre production.

Bundaberg Region inspires upcoming gallery exhibitions

Three exclusive exhibitions with links back to the region will be launched at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery from today.

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