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Paradise Dam study seeks business input

A survey has been created for businesses to have their say on the impact that changes to Paradise Dam will have on their operations.

100 new jobs as Oreco expands production

More than 100 new jobs will be created when garden products business Oreco Group completes a $20.8 million expansion at Childers.

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.

Oreco Group expansion will create 140 jobs

The $20.8 million expansion of Oreco Group at Childers will enable the farm and garden business to double production and create 140 new jobs.

Bundaberg fruit fly program catches 94,000 insects

The Bundaberg Fruit Fly Community Awareness Program reports more than 94,000 Qld fruit flies have been caught in traps over six months.

Bundaberg Region can feed the world

The Bundaberg Region is said to be the food bowl of Australia but new data reveals we have capacity to feed the world.

Water trading up as dry conditions continue

Bundaberg Region irrigators are trading more water as dry conditions reduce storage capacity, according to the latest Australian Water Markets annual report.

Multikraft ready for bumper blueberry season

Bundaberg farm Multikraft is in the midst of its first blueberry season, aiming to produce 100,000 punnets of the fruit this year.

Simpson Farms introduce biodegradable avocado trays

Simpson Farms is the first avocado producer in Australia to implement a new fully biodegradable tray liner for packing fruit to help the environment and reduce waste.

Meet the woman behind Bundaberg's lemon myrtle

Fiona Walker's lemon myrtle is more than a pretty Australian native product as it's now used in Bundaberg Brewed Drinks new brew.

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