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Bigger and tastier food festival for Bundaberg Region

The Bundaberg Region will this year welcome an exciting new food event. The Taste Bundaberg Festival will be a four-month banquet, taking over from the highly successful Winterfeast. Bundaberg is world famous as the home of Queensland iconic flavours, such...

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...

Childers police officers welcome new volunteer chaplain

Queensland Police Chaplain Reverend Mat Govern has formally inducted local Childers Pastor Allan Brown as the volunteer police chaplain for Childers Police Station recently. The ceremony was attended by local officers, staff members and guests from Childers Wesleyan Methodist church. After...

Gin Gin police get on their bikes

Queensland Police Constables Luke Handley and Brendan Cullen patrolled on pushbikes in Gin Gin on New Year's Eve to keep an eye on the town's new year celebrations. The use of bicycles increases officer mobility in areas where it is...

Community consultation on Bargara Cultural Centre extended

Community consultation on the future of the Bargara Cultural Centre and Bargara Service Centre / administration building will be completed in the next few weeks. Due to keen public interest and the holiday season, Council extended the timeframe for comments...

Branyan School line marking completed before term starts

Division 8 councillor Steve Cooper has welcomed the completion of line marking for car parks in Penny Lane at Branyan School. Cr Cooper said along with a new footpath and crossing it was all ready for the start of school...

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