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Friday, June 5, 2020
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The Generator provides new ways of learning and networking

The Generator co-working space is providing new ways of learning and networking for its members and business community.

Bega Cheese peanuts are big business in Bundaberg

Peanuts are big business for Bega Cheese, and they're working with Bundaberg farmers to quadruple the harvest in three to five years.

Bargara Beach Hotel coming ‘back to life'

Bargara Beach Hotel edges closer to reopening as the rebuild progresses, walls take shape and the roof is set to be installed soon.

Aromatica Bargara’s sweet smell of success

What started out as a quest to find the right candles has turned into a business for Sharon Grimsey from Aromatica Bargara.

Jabiru Aircraft make face shields to help health workers

Bundaberg’s Jabiru Aircraft has created face shields with the help of 3D printing to provide extra protection for frontline workers dealing with Covid-19 cases.

Website a one-stop shop for open businesses

Businesses who are open at this time can now showcase themselves on a new web page developed by local website developers Catalyst Directions.

Kalki Moon shines brighter with new still

In the lead-up to Kalki Moon’s three-year anniversary the family business has introduced a new still to produce 10 times more gin.

Gainsite's Helen Robinson Plumbing Ambassador

Helen Robinson from Bundaberg’s Gainsite Plumbing and Gas was named as an Ambassador for the Plumbing Industry at a World Plumbing Day event in Brisbane last week.

The Generator welcomes new Community Manager

The Generator has appointed Tamar Boas as the new Community Manager of the premium co-working space, located at the top floor of the Bundaberg General Post Office.

New local brews on tap with 384 North Micro Brewing

Anthony and Natasha Sfettina’s life revolves around food and family, and they've now launched their craft beer 384 North Micro Brewing.

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