School support dog Kiwi learns the ropes

Kiwi was born with the ability to comfort those around him and now, the eight-month-old pup is putting his skills into practice as he becomes Bundaberg State High School's first-ever support dog.

New equipment enhances surgery for patients

Patients and surgeons are set to benefit from the new, next-generation surgical equipment at Mater Private Hospital.

Feedback needed for Walking Network Plans

Residents can use an interactive mapping tool to have their say on improving walkability in two Bundaberg areas that are popular with pedestrians.

Shifting the dial from discrimination to empathy

The Friendlies’ Director of Clinical Services and Patient Safety, Sandy Blake, will soon travel across the nation to promote empathetic care for patients living with obesity.

Bargara Road safety upgrades on the way

Road safety improvements are on the way for Bargara Road, including signalised pedestrian crossings, as part of the Targeted Road Safety Program.

Opportunity for students in Power of Engineering

Students from local primary and high schools are being given the opportunity to explore career pathways in science, technology, engineering and maths as part of a two-day program called The Power of Engineering.

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