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Woodwork is women’s work too

More local women are learning new skills and becoming talented members of the Bundaberg Woodworkers Guild.

Minding own beeswax wraps up

Making beeswax wraps proved to be fun and beneficial for a group of young Bundaberg Region people at Elliott Heads Hall this week.

Beeswax workshop wraps up environmental message

A beeswax wrap workshop at Elliott Heads Hall tomorrow will enable young people to exercise their creativity while helping the environment.

New lathe shapes inclusive culture for woodworkers

A new sit-down lathe at Bundaberg Woodworkers Guild has made the craft more accessible after receiving a grant from Council.

Firehouse Potters an avenue for creativity, relaxation

Childers Firehouse Potters are welcoming workers in high-pressure professions who are looking to destress through the power of creativity.

Snap Happy Bags create smiles and raise funds

Broken metal tape measures and recycled fabric will have a new purpose as the materials are recycled in to Snap Happy Bags at Carinbundi.

Rosalee weaves her magic as workshops resume

Bundaberg Christian College’s Rosalee Morris finds time between teaching music to share her passion for weaving through her Rosemade Fibre Arts workshops.

Former jockey shows big talent for small buildings

Former Childers jockey and rodeo rider Shawn Jarrett is now a skilled miniature craftsman who proves that being small is no barrier to big talent.

Project Square to help the community

Community group Yarning Bundaberg has embarked on a journey to help keep people warm with its new charity Project Square.

Wattle Woman jewellery label goes viral

The creator of the Wattle Woman jewellery collection in Bundaberg, Lili Jacobsen, discovered the power of social media last month.

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