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Shane Christensen is carving a living

Growing up in the Bundaberg Region Shane Christensen never imaged a hobby of wood carving would last a lifetime and become his passion.

Bundaberg Pottery Group firing along

Bundaberg Pottery Group Association is firing along again with eager potters returning to the Walker Street pottery club after months of absence.

Coral Coast Radio Control Car Club races return

The cars are ready to rumble for two days of racing at Coral Coast Radio Control Car Club this weekend, 20 and 21 June.

Richard and Patsy's life-like flying planes

Bundaberg Aeromodellers' Patsy and Richard Brown have taken advantage of the COVID-19 restrictions and built life-like flying planes.

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.

Hobby turns into One of a Kind Metal Art

A passion for all things metal has turned a hobby into a flourishing side business for qualified mechanic and truck driver Kev Harley.

Bundaberg Quilters I-Sew-Lation quilt to keep history

Bundaberg Quilters Inc is embarking on a task to create an I-Sew-Lation quilt while Covid-19 social isolation regulations are in place.

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.

Lester builds insect motels for solitary bees

Lester Rehbein is using his skills as a carpenter to create insect motels to give solitary bees a home of their own.

Popular board games to keep boredom at bay

Toyworld Bundaberg's Violet Ramsay knows a thing or two about keeping boredom at bay and lists the current most popular board games.

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