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Topic: environment

Students collect bottle lids for a cause

St Joseph’s School students are helping the environment and children less fortunate than themselves by turning bottle tops in to prosthetic hands.

World first project to Reduce Urban Glow

The Bundaberg Region is set to become a world-leader in turtle protection with poles being erected along the coastline for the Reducing Urban Glow project light sensors.

Bargara Headlands a turtle-friendly leading light

One of the coastline’s newest residential developments Bargara Headlands is looking to set the benchmark for turtle-friendly lighting and support the Reducing Urban Glow project.

Volunteer for turtle time at Mon Repos

Turtle lovers are invited to spend time at Mon Repos as part of a community program aimed at helping endangered species and the environment.

Fairymead pump upgrade a win for environment

Wastewater for about 1600 residents in North Bundaberg is now being treated by a more environmentally friendly process following the upgrade of the Fairymead Sewer Pump Station.

Moneys Creek funding welcomed

The Burnett Mary Regional Group (BMRG) has welcomed funding from the Queensland Government to investigate soil heath and stability issues within the Moneys Creek catchment at Bargara.

Get in the know about these unbeelievable insects

Native stingless bees will be the topic of the day when bee researcher and author Dr Tim Heard visits Bundaberg this month.

Bundaberg farm supplies Multikraft liquid probiotics

Bundaberg is home to the Asia Pacific headquarters of international company Multikraft Probiotics which is producing fermented compost for growers throughout Australia.

Money for Moneys Creek investigation

The State Government has provided funds to Burnett Mary Regional Group to investigate catchment issues at Moneys Creek, Bargara.

Moore Park Beach foreshore revegetation under way

A program aimed at beautifying and protecting the Moore Park Beach foreshore is well under way, with more than 4000 native coastal trees and shrubs expected to be planted in the area upon its completion.

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