Education

High school gets behind a wheelie good cause

An old, broken bike might be trash to some but for students at Bundaberg State High School, it’s the opportunity to give back to the community. The Bike Got Skooled restoration program came about last year when Manual Arts teacher Gregory...

Safer Internet Day at St Luke's

Tuesday, 5 February was Safer Internet Day. "Adopt-a-Cop" Meg Owens from the Bundaberg Police Station went to St Luke's Anglican School to talk with Years 1-6 children about the importance of internet safety. Lots of social media topics were eagerly...

Centenary of Christian Brothers education in Bundaberg

The centenary of Christian Brothers education in Bundaberg will be celebrated on 23-24 February with dinner and a commemorative Mass.

Scholarship gives students opportunity to pursue engineering dream

For 17 year old Leticia Kyle, being a recipient of Bundaberg Regional Council’s First Year Engineering Scholarship has been an opportunity to kick-start the career of her dreams.

CQUniversity graduates rank highly with employers

CQUniversity graduates are once again in demand and lead the pack in terms of their employability and starting salaries. More specifically, they are performing better than their counterparts at Queensland's metropolitan universities. That's according to the latest 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey...

Bundaberg nursing student helps Nepalese people hear

Deafness is a worldwide problem which is prominent in the country of Nepal. For CQUni Bachelor of Nursing student Maryanne Baynes, her recent outbound trip to Nepal, as part of the University’s New Colombo Mobility Program, seemed an ideal opportunity...

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