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Kepnock takes on positive practices for environment

Kepnock State High School students are making it their mission to help the environment by implementing a range of positive practices through their Reef Guardian program.

Students get out the gloves for Clean Up Australia Day

Students across the Bundaberg Region today rolled up their sleeves and put on their gloves to pick up litter for Clean Up Australia Day.

Oaks Beach family reduces the glow

The Mitchell-Greville family at Oaks Beach are leading the way in reducing the glow from their beachfront home to protect turtles.

Turtle trials help researchers understand glow impact

Up to 30 turtle hatchlings were released on different beaches as part of a light trial for Reducing Urban Glow in the Bundaberg Region.

Group swaps plastic straws for paper with #LessIsMore

A local group is helping to save the reef by providing an opportunity for businesses and organisations to swap plastic straws for paper.

Spotted eagle rays frolic at Mon Repos

A school of spotted eagle rays was observed frolicking close to shore at Mon Repos Beach on Sunday and captured on camera.

Gidarjil briefs Minister on fire-stick burning

Gidarjil Development Corporation yesterday explained their fire-stick burning knowledge and sea ranger program to federal minister Sussan Ley.

Meet Bundaberg's Dougie the Dugong

A dugong nicknamed Dougie in the waters of the Bundaberg Region has given underwater photographer Nigel Marsh a magical experience.

Moore Park Beach turtle numbers up

Turtle numbers at Moore Park Beach are up 20 per cent this season with 97 nests recorded and 33 nests hatched up to Australia Day.

Sara dives deep into the social world of manta rays

USC student Sara Perrott is diving into the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef to reveal new insights into the mysterious manta ray.

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