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Saturday, January 25, 2020

Sport

Plenty of rain brings out the mangrove jack

Rain has been stirring up the water and bringing out plenty of fish including mangrove jack, flathead and grunter.

Girls kicking goals with football program

The Women of Waves Football Development Program will be starting again on 19 February 2020 at the Across the Waves Sporting Complex.

Bundaberg Region juniors aim for state bowls success

Eight young bowlers from the Bundaberg Region will compete in the 2020 Junior State Championships in Toowoomba, beginning on Sunday.

Kids hone skills at Summer of Tennis Bonanza

Junior tennis players are honing their skills at Bundaberg Junior Tennis Association's Kids Summer of Tennis Bonanza this week and next week.

Pump track planned for new Cordalba sports ground

Cordalba residents and visitors will have a new area for activities when a sports ground, featuring a pump track, is constructed this year.

Offshore fishing a treat with plenty of big catches

The Bundaberg offshore forecast is looking fantastic over the next few days and plenty of fish are being caught, if you can beat the sharks.
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Bargara SES Group now recruiting

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