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Aquathon gets competitors racing on Australia Day

Multi-sport enthusiasts will be hitting the pool early on Sunday to compete in the 2020 Australia Day Aquathon.

Australia's largest school solar farm under way

The installation of Australia's largest private school solar farm at Shalom College in Bundaberg has begun after almost three years of planning.

Campers return as local national parks recover

Campers are flocking back to areas around Woodgate and Walkers Point impacted by fires last year.

St Joseph’s Catholic Kindergarten opens next week

Bundaberg’s first Catholic kindergarten will open next week adjacent to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Woondooma Street.

Vignacourt friends support bushfire appeal

The people of Vignacourt in France have undertaken a bushfire fundraiser to show support for their friends in the Bundaberg Region.

LifeFlight Bundaberg flew 304 missions last year

LifeFlight Bundaberg crews last year flew 304 critical missions valued at more than $3.8 million at no cost to patients.
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How big is too big for a television?

How big is too big for a television? Tech guru Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers looks at the next big things in home entertainment.

Nourish rebrands as Street Bean Coffee Bar

A popular cafe in the Bundaberg CBD has recently undergone a makeover and name change to Street Bean Coffee Bar with a fresh vibe.

Community makes a splash at Isis pool celebrations

It was a day of water fun at the official Isis Memorial Pool opening event, with the community invited to take a dip to celebrate the occasion.

Bargara SES Group now recruiting

The Bargara Group of the State Emergency Service (SES) is appealing for volunteers to join their team.
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