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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Education

USC study aims to use logging waste for bioenergy

Pine plantations from Gympie to Bundaberg will be at the centre of research to turn logging offcuts and treetops into bioenergy and other bio-based products.

Students create rubbish blanket for reef project

Students have received accolades for their creation of a rubbish blanket with a strong message about ocean pollution attached to its concept.

Optus brings online safety program to Bundaberg

For Safer Internet Day, students in the Bundaberg Region will boost their online safety skills in the Optus Digital Thumbprint Program.

Murchie partners with Shalom in $8m project

Shalom College has announced local builder Murchie Constructions will deliver an $8 million project, employing up to 40 people over 40 weeks.

Innovative students wanted for 2020 Mayor's Awards

Bundaberg Region students with an innovative idea to share are being urged to sign up a team for the 2020 Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards.

Diesel training course offered to mechanics

Diesel Help Australia will be offering an evening training course for qualified automotive mechanics at Bundaberg TAFE on 11 February.
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Lizards love life at Alexandra Park Zoo

With days consisting of feeding, napping and basking in the sun, the lizards at Alexandra Park Zoo are certainly living their best life.

Wide-eyed puffer fish among top finds for photographer

With camera and eyes alert, a local resident has made a name for himself capturing images of coastal creatures that inhabit the region.

Norville State School students take on taiko drumming

Students are putting their drumming skills to the test by signing up to Norville State School's taiko drumming club for the year ahead.

Met Opera and movie madness in March at Moncrieff

Next month will be filled with movie madness and shows, featuring HD live screenings of the Met Opera at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.
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