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Distinguished Dog Squad handler retires

Australia's longest serving police dog squad handler, Bill Applebee from Bundaberg, is retiring after 40 years of distinguished service.

Road safety on the agenda for pint-size police visitors

Gin Gin police recently hosted some special visitors from the bush who met the station puppy and received expert tips on road safety.

Gregory River fire forces road closures

Police advise drivers travelling in the Gregory River area to expect road closures and delays as conditions are continually changing.

New officer in charge at South Kolan station

Acting Sergeant Ryan Thompson is the new relieving Officer in Charge (OIC) of South Kolan Police Station and is keen to get to know the South Kolan community.

New police dog squad attends Pageant of Lights

New honorary police dogs Cluedo, Buff and Dash attended the Bundaberg Pageant of Lights Parade on Thursday night.

Police search for missing diver

Police have resumed the search today for a diver reported missing in waters off Elliott Heads.

Missing girl found, Bundaberg North

A 12-year-old girl reported missing from Bundaberg North has been found safe and well.

Police solve case of stolen guinea pig

Bundaberg Police solved the case of a stolen guinea pig this week after Speedy was stolen from her cage at a learning centre overnight on 5 November.

PCYC fitness program attracts special guest

Year 10 students from Bundaberg State High School last week welcomed a special guest to their Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) fitness program.

Police take a monster look at suspension

With monster trucks in Bundaberg recently, local police thought it was an ideal opportunity to bust some myths about raising vehicles.

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