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Childers Pool reopens to rave reviews

The Isis Memorial Pool reopened this morning and instantly became a hive of activity with residents taking advantage of the new upgrade.

Hardware store with car and dog wash approved

Childers' first ever car and dog wash development was given the green light by Bundaberg Regional Council earlier this week.

Buck serves up Christmas meat advice

With Christmas Day fast approaching, the team at Buck's Butcher Shoppe in Childers are dishing out all the best advice for cooking up a storm in the kitchen fit for the festive season.

Gregory River fire forces road closures

Police advise drivers travelling in the Gregory River area to expect road closures and delays as conditions are continually changing.

Isis Memorial Pool reopening Friday

The Isis Memorial Pool in Childers will reopen to swimmers next Friday, 20 December after being upgraded to become a year-round facility.

Vineyard’s secrets are for all to enjoy

Ed Murray and Marianne Lethbridge have harnessed a multitude of new skills since taking up the challenge of further developing Vintner’s Secret, a popular Childers vineyard.

Birds Flying High at Apple Tree Creek

When it comes to promoting Flying High Bird Park at Apple Tree Creek the new owners Ian and Tanya Dodds let their birds do the talking.

Library and Isis High partner in use of virtual reality

The wizardry of Harry Potter could not have created more excitement as the experience of virtual reality enveloped Isis District State High School much to the delight of teachers and the student body.

Childers Heritage Streetscape Project needs your input

Childers, with its picturesque main street and heritage buildings boasts its own unique charm and a report commissioned by the Childers Chamber of Commerce aims to preserve and enhance this important asset.

Woodgate Road remains closed

About 40 people stayed overnight in the bushfire evacuation centre at the Isis Cultural Centre in Childers, cared for by dedicated volunteers.

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