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Bundaberg students meet PM in Canberra

Bundaberg Christian College students have just returned to the region after a trip to Canberra where they got to rub shoulders with PM Scott Morrison.

Iconic Bundy song draws cross-party acclaim

Federal politicians put their differences aside last week to celebrate Australian music and one of Bundaberg's most famous songs.

Voluntary assisted dying inquiry coming to Bundaberg

Residents can have their say on aged care, end-of-life and palliative care and voluntary assisted dying at public hearings in Bundaberg next week.

Bundy on show at Parliament promo event

A special event promoting the Bundaberg Region was held in Brisbane's Parliament House on Thursday night, with local producers, businesses and groups on show.

Mayor seeks tax concessions for Bundaberg Region

Mayor Jack Dempsey with Jenny Burgess at the Booyal Hall centenary celebrations. Bundaberg Regional Council has proposed that...

Minister meets canegrowers to discuss Reef protection

Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch met Bundaberg Region farmers today to discuss new legislation currently before Queensland Parliament.

Canegrowers welcome talks on Reef protection

Bundaberg Canegrowers will be represented at a parliamentary committee hearing to discuss legislation regarding the Great Barrier Reef.

Farmers oppose new Reef regulations

A public hearing to discuss proposed environmental legislation to protect the Great Barrier Reef will be held in Bundaberg on Friday, 12 April.

New laws speed access to medicinal cannabis

The potential for hemp to become an alternative crop in the Bundaberg Region has been further enhanced after Parliament passed laws giving patients faster access to medicinal cannabis.

Canegrowers dispute science behind reef protection plans

Bundaberg Region canegrowers dispute the science behind proposed restrictions which seek to improve the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef.

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