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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Education

Crazy hair all the rage for St Joseph's fundraiser

Brightly coloured hair and some very big smiles was the theme when St Joseph's Catholic Primary School participated in Crazy Hair Day.

CQUniversity transitions to online teaching for Term 1

CQUniversity’s Vice-Chancellor has announced that starting on Monday, 23 March 2020, the University will commence transition of on-campus teaching activities to online delivery for the remainder of Term 1, in the wake of the current COVID-19 crisis.

Students: “don't be a clown, put your phone down”

"Don't be a clown, put your phone down" is a slogan students are use to highlight bad driving behaviour among their peers.

Students to work together for innovation awards

In just over two weeks, students from across the region will be putting their innovative ideas to the test for the Mayor's Telstra Innovation Awards.

Kepnock takes on positive practices for environment

Kepnock State High School students are making it their mission to help the environment by implementing a range of positive practices through their Reef Guardian program.

Students prepare for future learning at CQUni O Week

Bundaberg university students were today introduced to their local campus as part of Orientation Week at CQUniversity.

Latest news

Council continues working, with public’s help

Bundaberg Regional Council crews are working hard to keep the water and sewerage networks running 24/7 and keeping public areas clean and looking their best, while adhering to safety protocols.

Carinity continuing care for seniors during Coronavirus

Not-for-profit organisation Carinity is ensuring the continuity of care for seniors through its in-home care service.

Bundaberg rescue organisations kept busy

Two Bundaberg rescue organisations, VMR Bundaberg and RACQ LifeFlight, have been kept busy attending separate incidents over the weekend.

Arthur McKenzie shares Caledonian Pipe Band history

Arthur McKenzie, 87, practices his bagpipes daily and his 70 years of memories with the Bundaberg Caledonian Pipe Band remain crystal clear.
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