Online map to help find Bundaberg CBD parking

A new online map has been created to help residents find one of 4128 parking spaces in the Bundaberg CBD.

Female ghost haunts historic Bundaberg gallery

By day the architectural and historical charm of the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery building shines through but alone at night a number of artists in residence have reported paranormal activity.

Chern’ee Sutton designs safe space yarning circle

Contemporary Indigenous artist Chern’ee Sutton designed totem poles for a yarning circle to create a safe space for people to speak.

The Mousetrap to capture Playhouse audience

The Mousetrap is the longest running play in London’s West End and it's about to make its debut in at the Playhouse Theatre in August.

Residents preparing entries for Bundaberg Art Prize

The 2017 winner of the Bundaberg Arts Festival Adrienne Williams is already prepping her canvas for her Bundaberg Art Prize entry.

Gig guide: Peter Sajko loves to perform for community

Versatile local performer Peter Sajko will be singing hits from the 60s and 70s at the Sandhills Sports Club in Bargara on Friday night from 6pm.

Local artists showcase skill in Sunshine Coast exhibition

Five Bundaberg artists will soon showcase their artistic skill in the Sunshine Coast in their upcoming exhibition, Joy of the Journey.

VIDEO

Dolphins put on a show for Bargara walkers

A group of playful dolphins have been caught on camera frolicking in water off Bargara this morning.

CMCA Park's first 12 months dubbed ‘roaring success'

Having officially marked its first 12 months of operation Bundaberg Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) park visitors have recorded a total spend of just under $1 million.

Council staff take on Push-up Challenge

Bundaberg Regional Council staff are getting ready to pump out some push ups every day in July in a challenge that's great for fitness and the mind.

LOCAL NEWS

Children need positive online role models

Dr Marika Guggisberg says parents have an opportunity to influence their children's online behaviour by being a positive role model.

BRIEFS

Jasper the happy chap who needs a home

Jasper is a happy, wiggly, loving young lad with a whizzing waggy tail and loads of snuggles for all.

Boston a vivacious bundle of fun ready to adopt

This adorable, vivacious chap named Boston is bright active and intelligent and is ready to adopt at Red Collar Rescue.

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Service information shared at Childers Options Day

A smorgasbord of information was served up at the Childers Options Day this morning with businesses and organisations coming together to display many of the services on offer.

Bushwalking Club always looking for new members

Bundaberg Bushwalking Club is on the lookout for more members to join them in the beautiful outdoors and club member Lucinda Doughty says now is the perfect time to join.

Decay slayer helps Childers area dental health

A Childers decay slayer dentist has helped the community's dental health after providing 25 people with free dental care in the past financial year.

Miniature pony Honey supports people of all abilities

She might be small in stature but miniature pony Honey has a big heart and, along with her handler Jessica Graham, is helping people of all abilities.

PEOPLE

Cadet of Year Ari's career dream off to flying start

The Bundaberg Squadron of the Australian Air League is now recruiting new members who could potentially be the next aviation pioneer, just like Bert Hinkler.

LOCAL HISTORY

Bert Hinkler letters digitised, available online

The State Library of Queensland has announced that letters written by pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler are now available online.

BUSINESS

Decay slayer helps Childers area dental health

A Childers decay slayer dentist has helped the community's dental health after providing 25 people with free dental care in the past financial year.

Workshop to help businesses get defence ready

Following the success of military exercises in Bundaberg on the weekend, local businesses are encouraged to get "defence ready" and capitalise on increased Federal Government investment in the sector.

Bundaberg offers affordable taste of paradise

Property researcher Helen Swanson writes that the Bundaberg Region offers a taste of paradise without hitting the career wallet — a winning combination that many other regional coastal locations fail to achieve.

Meet the woman behind Bundaberg's lemon myrtle

Fiona Walker's lemon myrtle is more than a pretty Australian native product as it's now used in Bundaberg Brewed Drinks new brew.

SPORT

Flathead numbers strong in Bundaberg Region

It's a great time for fishing flathead in the Bundaberg Region especially around the sand bars and rock walls.

Family fun: come and try little athletics

Australia's future Olympic stars could kickstart their sporting careers right here with two come-and-try nights at West Bundaberg Little Athletics.

Benji Marshall 38th player to reach 300 games

In the history of the game, Marshall is only the 38th player to reach 300 games. It puts into perspective just how much longevity, talent, skill and luck with injury you need to have a successful career of this nature.

Pole dancer Angela has a passion for performing

Juggling full-time work with training each week is no easy feat for pole dancer Angela Campbell but she does it for the love of performing.

WEATHER

Winter solstice marks shortest day of the year

This Saturday will mark the shortest day of the year due to the annual Winter Solstice and will be 10 hours, 35 minutes and 28 seconds at Bundaberg.

Cooler morning signals season change

The Bundaberg Region had its coolest morning of the year so far after light rain over the past couple of days signalled a change in the season.
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Former NRL star talks mental health to students

After visiting Shalom College in 2018, Joe Williams is back to help spread his story and reiterate his message about mental health to the Bundaberg Region community.

Miniature pony Honey supports people of all abilities

She might be small in stature but miniature pony Honey has a big heart and, along with her handler Jessica Graham, is helping people of all abilities.

Nine firefighters honoured with medals

Nine Bundaberg Region firefighters were honoured today with the presentation of service medals for years of dedication.

Benji Marshall 38th player to reach 300 games

In the history of the game, Marshall is only the 38th player to reach 300 games. It puts into perspective just how much longevity, talent, skill and luck with injury you need to have a successful career of this nature.

Revving up for classic car and bike Buxton festival

Car enthusiasts will be in for a treat with the return of the Buxton Classic Car and Motorcycle Festival on the River next month.

Workshop to help businesses get defence ready

Following the success of military exercises in Bundaberg on the weekend, local businesses are encouraged to get "defence ready" and capitalise on increased Federal Government investment in the sector.

Bundaberg offers affordable taste of paradise

Property researcher Helen Swanson writes that the Bundaberg Region offers a taste of paradise without hitting the career wallet — a winning combination that many other regional coastal locations fail to achieve.

Voice Treaty Truth: NAIDOC keynote

Uncle Grant Sarra delivered the keynote speech at the Bundaberg and District NAIDOC Ball on Saturday, addressing the theme of Voice Treaty Truth.

Sharing dignity among women targets ‘period poverty'

Share the Dignity has installed a vending machine at Angels Community Group in Bundaberg to dispense free tampons and reduce period poverty.

Meet the woman behind Bundaberg's lemon myrtle

Fiona Walker's lemon myrtle is more than a pretty Australian native product as it's now used in Bundaberg Brewed Drinks new brew.

COUNCIL NEWS

Online map to help find Bundaberg CBD parking

A new online map has been created to help residents find one of 4128 parking spaces in the Bundaberg CBD.

Workshop to help businesses get defence ready

Following the success of military exercises in Bundaberg on the weekend, local businesses are encouraged to get "defence ready" and capitalise on increased Federal Government investment in the sector.

Cemetery improvements include digital record scanning

Significant improvements have been made to the Bundaberg Lawn and General Cemetery to improve its appearance and preserve the history of the region’s cemeteries.

McDonald’s car park construction forges ahead

The McDonald's Bundaberg CBD extension will create an additional 28 car parks. The construction of a new car...
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