Education

Bundaberg men called to take part in study

The call is out for Bundaberg men to take part in The Dyspnea Challenge – a test designed specifically to assess breathlessness during activity and exercise.

Kepnock teacher wins entrepreneurial award

Kepnock State High School teacher Nicole Amey has been named a joint winner of the Australian Entrepreneurial Educator of the Year Award at the Teens in Business awards.

Darlene Hill recognised for teaching passion

Kepnock State High School’s Darlene Hill has been recognised for her passion in education and awarded Queensland Teacher Librarian of the Year 2022.

Local businesses wanted for IP@K program

Local agricultural, construction, tourism and hospitality industry leaders are being encouraged to sign up for the next Integrated Pathways at Kepnock program to help inspire the region's youth and guide their career opportunities.

iActivate graduates doing business for good

Later this month 13 participants of CQUniversity's social enterprise accelerator iActivate will graduate at CQUniversity Bundaberg.

Students test knowledge in Battle of the Schools

Students from more than 20 schools in the Bundaberg Region are putting their maths, science, history and English knowledge to the test as they battle it out in a weekly trivia showdown at Sugarland Plaza.

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