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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Education

Bright futures for St Luke's graduates

St Luke's Bundaberg 2019 graduates are on track for tertiary degrees with 56pc receiving their first preference for universities.

St Joseph’s Catholic Kindergarten opens next week

Bundaberg’s first Catholic kindergarten will open next week adjacent to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Woondooma Street.

Winning team’s Sydney trip an innovation success

The Bundaberg Region winners of the Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards have come back from Sydney with a wealth of experience and ideas.

Infants needed for physiotherapy study

CQUniversity researchers are seeking Bundaberg parents who are willing to have their infant children participate in a physiotherapy study.

Scholarship to help students experience Bundaberg

Students planning to study at CQUniversity Bundaberg this year are eligible to apply for a new scholarship valued at $15,000 per year.

Pascal, 78, flying through CQU Bachelor of Aviation

Pascal Lunsford radar-tracked astronauts on the Mercury and Gemini missions. Now at 78 his mission is to become a commercial pilot.
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Latest news

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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