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CQUni sponsorship brings big shows to Moncrieff

Djuki Mala have arrived in Bundaberg and tonight, audiences can expect to be taken on an epic journey of music, dance and culture when the show kicks off at 7 pm.

Mobile kitchen chef shares tips ahead of Bundaberg classes

Jamie’s Ministry of Food mobile kitchen manager Amalia Berastegui impressed attendees of the Bundaberg launch event last week with her impressive knife skills and interesting food tips.

Superheroes highlighted in Flourish Family Fun Day

Mark your calendar! Superheroes will be the theme when Flourish Family Fun Day 2019 is held in Bundaberg soon.

Students bring Little Shop of Horrors to life

The popular story of a talking plant with a taste for blood will be brought to life by Bundaberg State High School students when The Little Shop of Horrors musical is showcased soon.

New books feature Taribelang language

Books celebrating the Taribelang language will be launched at Bundaberg Regional Library during National Reconciliation Week.

Storyteller Sarah Tump brings Bones of Women alive

Emerging Bundaberg screenwriter Sarah Tump will film her first documentary called Bones of Women.

Smooth Velvet to get you dancing this weekend

Get set to hit the dance floor and enjoy another great night of live music this Saturday night at the Club Hotel with Smooth Velvet.

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.

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