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Bundaberg Region libraries overcome COVID challenge

Bundaberg Regional Libraries staff and volunteers adapted to the changes caused by COVID-19 and innovated during 2020.

Bundaberg grandma writes ‘Bert, The Boy Who Had a Dream'

Bundaberg grandmother Elaine Lyons has written a children's book, "Bert, The Boy Who Had a Dream" about pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler.

Children's book tells tale of Tiny Turtle Tim

Retired surgeon Cavin Staff's first children's book, Tiny Turtle Tim, was inspired by Bundaberg Region turtles and has proven popular with 250 copies already sold.

Emotions high as The Grey Cloud nears release

Bundaberg singer turned author Matthew Barker has put pen to paper to create his second children’s book The Grey Cloud.

New library app helps readers stay connected

Whether you’re a bookworm or a sporadic reader, the new Bundaberg Regional Libraries app helps get the most from your library.

Cuddle Bugs celebrate Book Week

From cats in hats to wondrous wizards, there was no shortage of creativity at Cuddle Bugs Kindergarten on Wednesday.

Ergon the power behind Dymocks school books donation

A world of reading opportunities has been opened for students at Childers State School thanks to a grant from Ergon and Dymocks.

Former Bundaberg journalist releases memoir

Veteran journalist Elliot Hannay has published his memoir The Colt With No Regrets, which details his 50 years experience covering local news, including in Bundaberg.

Annual Rotary book sale bigger than ever

It’s been a longer wait than usual for the annual Rotary book sale but an “Aladdin’s Cave of book treasures” awaits in what will be the biggest event yet.

Colonisation Through Black Eyes now available

Colonisation Through Black Eyes by Dr Kerry Blackman and Dr Lysbeth Ford tells the story of local history from an Indigenous perspective.

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