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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Sport

Bundaberg firefighters in New York for 9-11

Two Bundaberg firefighters will play an emotional game of rugby league in New York on Friday to honour victims of the 2001 September 11 terror attacks.

Mangrove jack hot in Kolan, Baffle

The mangrove jack has been the standout fish in the Kolan River and Baffle Creek systems over the past week.

Finals race could send league legend to early retirement

Going in to the final round of the regular season Antonio Kaufusi dissects finals hopes and the game set to determine an early retirement for one league legend in either Robbie Farah or Paul Gallen.

Nanna set to race with Bundy Turfburners

Ride-on mowers will be pushed to the limits on Sunday as the Bundy Turfburners host round seven of the Queensland Ride-On Mower Racing tournament at Bullyard.

Wide Bay school cricket team selected

Young Bundaberg cricketers have spent the past three days vying for a position in the Wide Bay school teams with 11 making the final cut.

Nitro Circus primed for Bundaberg debut

World-renowned action sports extravaganza Nitro Circus will make its much-anticipated Bundaberg debut on Saturday, 28 March 2020.

Latest news

Paul Perry hooks gold with arts award

Bargara artist Paul Perry has been recognised for his 'Shimmering Gold' artwork with the People’s Choice prize in this year’s Queensland Regional Art Awards.

Bee swarm removed from Bundaberg home

Almost 50,000 bees have been removed from a Bundaberg home, signalling the start of the spring bee swarming season.

Irrigators encouraged to complete Paradise Dam survey

A survey to identify the future water demand for irrigation from Paradise Dam is now available and local growers are urged to participate.

Bundaberg Now Podcast #19

In today's episode we learn about an exciting local tourism experience, a Bundaberg Regional Libraries update, and a new Art as an Act of Optimism song from Mark Lavender.
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