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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.

Moore Park Beach history book launched

A new history book of Moore Park Beach was launched at the Moore Park Beach Community Association annual meeting.

Annual Book Sale enters new era

The Annual Book Sale held in Bundaberg every year enters a new era, after a resolution passed at today’s Council meeting.

Bargara Book Boutique turns a new page

The little book shop in Bargara is turning a new page, as new owner Tunja Cottier is busy sorting the 4000 plus books at Bargara Book Boutique.

Laurie shares police stories in Keeping the Peace

Police officers have endless tales about the job and retired Police Assistant Commissioner Laurie Pointing shares these in Keeping the Peace.

Library mascots celebrate birthday with community

George the frog, four baby turtles and twin crocodiles named Snappy and Toothy have shared in a big first birthday celebration with children across the Bundaberg Region this week.

Thousands and thousands of books at Lifeline’s Bookfest

The Lifeline Bundaberg Bookfest and $2 Clothing Sale gets under way Friday morning 27 September 2019 at the Recreational Precinct, University Drive.

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