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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Education

Childers Read to Me Day goes to children this year

This year's Childers Read to Me Day will be going out to schools and early childhood centres to inspire young ones to read and help is needed to make Baggie Bears to go in their book bags.

Isis High School's corn pops out Childers IGA doors

Corn grown by Isis District State High School students is popping out the door of Childers IGA as customers can’t get enough of it.

Kristie begins marine research PhD at CQUniversity

KA Bundaberg Indigenous woman, Kristie Dillon, has begun a marine research PhD at CQUniversity focused on restoring a native seagrass.

Will's short video to help turtle conservation

Junior Turtle Ranger Will Gregson-Allcott has created a short video to show his passion for turtle conservation.

Smooth sailing for first maritime course

A local maritime course that gives people qualifications they would normally have to travel to Brisbane, Gold Coast or Cairns to receive has been launched with great success this week.

Rural Clinical School students adapt to change

Year 3 and 4 medical students at Bundaberg’s Rural Clinical School have adapted well to significant challenges this year.

Latest news

Council grants available for sporting groups

Eligible sporting clubs and non-profit sporting groups are encouraged to apply for COVID-19 relief assistance from Bundaberg Regional Council.

Podcast #8: Alloway Farm Markets

In this week's Bundaberg Now Podcast we learn more about Cochrane's Artificial Reef and hear the story of Alloway Farm Markets.

Hearts beat as one for couple married 66 years

Every day for the past five years, Noel (88) has visited his wife, Gloria (84) at Meilene Residential Aged Care Home in Bundaberg.

Caravan safety more important than ever

With travel restrictions easing there are more caravans and RVs on the road, which has highlighted the need for driver awareness and training.
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