Sam and Merv share sweet exchange at CBD piano

On his whirlwind tour of the Bundaberg Region to promote the Love Your Sister Campaign, Samuel Johnson still made time to see the sights, including the Bundaberg CBD community piano.

Students perform in Australia's largest orchestra

Two local schools will share a significant part of Bundaberg Region history with the world as they take part in Australia's biggest orchestra.

Mosaic artwork continues to brighten up Bargara

Bargara is being filled with colourful mosaic artwork thanks to one local artist on a mission to spread creativity in the region.

Reid Schirmer releases compilation album

Bundaberg musician Reid Schirmer has released a compilation album of songs that he has written and recorded over 23 years from 1991 to 2014.

ArtFeast serves up stunning artwork

ArtFeast 2019 at St Luke's Anglican School is delivering a fusion of art, culture, music and food as hundreds of patrons enjoy amazing art.

Acoustic duo Motion playing tonight at Riverfeast

With a chilled-out vibe that will have you feeling relaxed but also get your toes tapping, acoustic duo Motion will entertain Friday night at Riverfeast.

Here+now exhibition showcases artistic diversity

Gin Gin artist Nicole Jakins has a passion for nature and creates sculptures made from re-purposed and salvaged items.

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Kadilly Coffee grows into successful business

Rod Walmsley is successfully growing coffee at Sharon and roasting delicious 100 per cent Arabica beans to produce Kadilly Coffee.

Drought declaration helps Bundaberg Region producers

Mayor Jack Dempsey has thanked the State Government for supporting his request to have the Bundaberg Region drought declared.

Carolyn nominated for RFDS local hero award

Bundaberg woman Carolyn Saffron, who dedicates her time to raising funds for the RFDS, has been recognised as one of the region's unsung heroes.

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Chilled-out Rex would make the perfect pet

Rex is a lovely big lad who delights in spending time with his humans, is playful and so very, very huggable.

Drive safely: works continue in Bargara today

If you live in the Bargara area, you might have noticed a little bit street action happening this morning.

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Sam and Merv share sweet exchange at CBD piano

On his whirlwind tour of the Bundaberg Region to promote the Love Your Sister Campaign, Samuel Johnson still made time to see the sights, including the Bundaberg CBD community piano.

Students perform in Australia's largest orchestra

Two local schools will share a significant part of Bundaberg Region history with the world as they take part in Australia's biggest orchestra.

Grandma makes her postcode worth of reusable bags

Why make 1000 or 2000 reusable Boomerang Bags when you can aim for Bundaberg's postcode?

Athletic champion fights adversity to stay in Bundaberg

Bundaberg athletic champion Taryn Gollshewsky has overcome a lot of adversity to continue her dream of staying in the region while following her ambition to become a world champion.

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Sam and Merv share sweet exchange at CBD piano

On his whirlwind tour of the Bundaberg Region to promote the Love Your Sister Campaign, Samuel Johnson still made time to see the sights, including the Bundaberg CBD community piano.

LOCAL HISTORY

Bargara tree a living link to Bert Hinkler

Sitting inconspicuously on the side of Bargara Road is a candlenut tree with a long and rich history linked to the region’s very own pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler.

BUSINESS

Kadilly Coffee grows into successful business

Rod Walmsley is successfully growing coffee at Sharon and roasting delicious 100 per cent Arabica beans to produce Kadilly Coffee.

Macadamias Australia crack Chinese and online markets

A Bundaberg farm is taking the regions name to the world after its Australian nut products launched in Nanning eight months ago.

Growing appetite inspires One Little Farm

Nestled away on Bargara Rd, one little shop is undergoing a huge make-over with more than a change of name.

Bundy on show at Parliament promo event

A special event promoting the Bundaberg Region was held in Brisbane's Parliament House on Thursday night, with local producers, businesses and groups on show.

SPORT

Jasmine represents Queensland at polocrosse

Bundaberg teenager Jasmine Bowden is carrying on her family’s polocrosse tradition and hopes to compete at the Australian World Cup in 2023.

4WD club: Caravans and camping on show

Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club members recently got to witness all of the camping and caravanning glory at The 51st annual Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Super Show held in Brisbane.

Athletic champion fights adversity to stay in Bundaberg

Bundaberg athletic champion Taryn Gollshewsky has overcome a lot of adversity to continue her dream of staying in the region while following her ambition to become a world champion.

Businesses get sandy at volleyball challenge

Local businesses such as Farmfresh Fine Foods and Oscar Motel are returning for the second year of the Beach 365 Indoor Beach Volleyball Corporate and Community Challenge.

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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.

March 2019 weather drier and warmer than usual

It will come as no surprise to residents of the Bundaberg Region but March 2019 was drier and warmer than usual.
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Flat tyre can't stop Bundy para athlete

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Massive military aircraft flies over Bundaberg

If you happened to hear a roaring noise in the sky this morning, you might have looked up to notice a large military aircraft racing through the clouds.

New roundabout a win for drivers, students and parents

A notoriously busy intersection in Bundaberg is now experiencing an ease in traffic congestion thanks to the construction of a large roundabout and accompanying footpaths in the area.

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Mayor's petition for new hospital passes 1000 signatures

A petition launched by Mayor Jack Dempsey, calling for a new level 5 hospital in Bundaberg, so far has more than 1000...

January 2019 rainfall total close to lowest on record

Bundaberg had close to its driest ever January in 2019 with just 6.8mm recorded in the gauge at the airport.

Incubator to foster creativity, innovation

Bundaberg Regional Council is throwing its support behind a collaborative space that will spark innovation, drive job creation and fuel economic growth.

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.

February entertainment at the Moncrieff

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Internationally renowned Bundy artist returns as gallery curator

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Sam and Merv share sweet exchange at CBD piano

On his whirlwind tour of the Bundaberg Region to promote the Love Your Sister Campaign, Samuel Johnson still made time to see the sights, including the Bundaberg CBD community piano.

Bundaberg intelligent community showcased

Bundaberg Regional Council has adopted an Intelligent Community Strategy. Download the document here. The Bundaberg Region was today...

Work starts on eroded beach access points

Significantly eroded access points along Woodgate Beach will be the target of Council remedial work commencing today.

Nature-based play area a hit with the kids

The combination of natural elements and play equipment equated to one epic fun day for the children of Childers yesterday.
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