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U-Beach study focuses on accessibility for all abilities

Bundaberg-based CQUni research leader Sasha Job said the pilot study for the project has already helped drive Bundaberg’s first accessible beach, which she is hopeful will launch later this year.

Condolences to Queen on loss of Prince Philip

Bundaberg Regional Council will have condolence books available for people to sign, mourning the loss of Prince Philip.

Karma ready for hugs with her new family

Karma is a loving and cuddly girl who is currently up for adoption at Red Collar Rescue.

Severe weather bypasses Bundaberg

Severe weather bypassed the Bundaberg Region overnight with rainfall totals much lower than forecast, mostly less than 20mm.

Should dogs be restrained in utes?

The Government is considering making it an offence to transport unrestrained dogs in the back of a ute or beside an open window.

Shalom College embraces Harmony Week

Shalom College united for Harmony Week celebrating cultural diversity and inclusiveness with a special event.

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