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King tide flushes Moneys Creek

The Causeway gates are open at Bargara as a king tide flushes Moneys Creek with sea water.

Captain Plastic visits Bundaberg Region for pollution talks

Global Plastic Pollution Solutions educator, Anthony Hill, has arrived in Bundaberg this week as part of a series of engaging environmental presentations.

Peace bells a unique first for Bundaberg

The simultaneous ringing of six giant church bells will soon be heard for the very first time around town when a special restoration project at the Anglican Parish of Bundaberg’s Christ Church is complete.

Dry conditions contribute to fish deaths

Council staff are investigating the death of fish at the Botanic Gardens. Hot and dry conditions are believed to have contributed to the incident.

Safety improvements for Rosedale Road at Meadowvale

We've updated our report on safety improvements for Rosedale Road at Meadowvale after receiving information from the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Quality of care report highlights improvements

The latest Quality of Care Report shows Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service is improving against a range of indicators.

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