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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Sport

Players and fans celebrate return of sport

In Sports Talk this week sports columnist Vince Habermann looks at Football Bundaberg, the return of spectators at Bundaberg Race Club, Junior Rugby League, Bundaberg Hockey and AFL.

Red emperor common catch offshore

Those who didn’t manage to get out over the last weekend certainly missed out - with the weather being so good the smaller boats had a chance to head a bit further offshore. There were reports of red emperor, coral trout, red throat sweetlip and parrot being common catches.

Bundaberg Touch Football touches down

Bundaberg Touch Football touched down Tuesday night with more than 25 teams returning from a four-month COVID hiatus.

Bundaberg Now sports report

Waves men's teams dominated again in the top grades of District AFL, Hockey and Football (Soccer) across the region on Saturday.

Coral Coast Radio Control Cars back on track

Coral Coast Radio Control Car Club of Bundaberg members hit the track for their second race weekend after three months off the road.

Bundaberg Veterans Cricket successful comeback

Bundaberg Veterans Cricket Wide Bay Over 60s players took to Kendalls Flat for the first time since COVID-19 restrictions came in to play.

Latest news

New skills learnt at Airbase Operator Course

With the official bushfire season now underway, 30 emergency service have learnt new skills in the Airbase Operator Course at Bundaberg Airport.

Council invited to become “small business friendly”

Bundaberg Regional Council had a presentation on Monday from the Queensland Small Business Commissioner to discuss Council becoming a “Queensland Small Business Friendly Council”.

Have your say on Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy

The draft Bundaberg Region Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy has been released today for a 28 day period of community consultation.

Council proactively protects iconic pandanus palms

Bundaberg Regional Council’s Natural Areas team are working to save the pandanus palms that line many of Bundaberg’s beaches from a tiny pest.
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