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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.

Books for Kids give Bargara State School more stories

If you would like to help Bargara State School students like Tommy Zunker dive into the world of Morris Gleitzman’s Extra Time then go to Dymocks Bundaberg from Saturday and buy a book in support of the Books for Kids campaign.

Young wizards experience magic at library

The Bundaberg Library transformed into Hogwarts as about 50 local young wizards gathered for the Harry Potter event.

Thousands of books on offer in gigantic sale

Bookworms, this one is for you! The Rotary Book Sale is on soon with thousands of books on offer at great prices.

New books feature Taribelang language

Books celebrating the Taribelang language will be launched at Bundaberg Regional Library during National Reconciliation Week.

Bundaberg's newest author detects talent

Bundaberg author Dom Scheers has written a detective novel which will be launched at The Brewhouse on Thursday at 6pm.

Alpacas join library fun for National Storytime

They're the famous Alpacas with Maracas and at 11 am today, author Matt Cosgrove's popular story of Macca and Al was read in unison by children and parents across the nation.

Bundaberg Region wildlife book published

A new book by Samantha Jackson from Gin Gin features the unique wildlife of the Bundaberg Region, Australian Wildlife on Your Doorstep.

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