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Furnlink delivers local sanitiser stands across nation

Local hospitality industry furniture supplier Furnlink is delighted with the response to its new, locally produced sanitiser stands.

Rawlicious Delicious enjoys delicious success

Rawlicious Delicious is a local success story, having gone from selling their vegan treats at markets in 2015 to selling around Australia today.

Solar ‘N' Sat family business powers across Australia

Solar ‘N’ Sat specialise in solar power, satellite communications and solar pumps, and relocated recently from Gin Gin to bigger premises in Bundaberg.

Aromatica Bargara’s sweet smell of success

What started out as a quest to find the right candles has turned into a business for Sharon Grimsey from Aromatica Bargara.

New-look #lovebundy site supports businesses

Featuring a range of new resources, a directory and a job finder application, the newly rebranded #lovebundy website is providing an online hub for Bundaberg region businesses and job seekers during COVID-19.

Local musician Peter Sajko sings message of hope

Local singer songwriter Peter Sajko has written a song about COVID-19, with a message of hope that “we will shine on”.

Local products could feature at international events, post -COVID-19

Council has received an invitation from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency to put forward suggestions of local businesses to feature at upcoming international events, once COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.

Ploys gives new life to used PVC

What started as a desire to see old pool toys re-purposed has turned into a thriving business for Bundaberg’s Carin Sandker (van Grunsven).

Easter Spirit thrives at Cha Cha Chocolate

This Easter is like no other, with Coronavirus restrictions in place, but Melanice Jacobsen from Cha Cha Chocolate has found that the Easter Spirit is well and truly alive, not only here in Bundaberg, but around Australia.

Avanti Collections thinks outside the square

Avanti Collections, a West Bundaberg fashion boutique that prides itself on being very “hands on” with their valued clients, has evolved in the current conditions to be “contactless” but still give the same level of service.

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