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Saturday, August 8, 2020
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Topic: road safety

Farmers fan cane flames and remind crowds to be safe

As cane fires become an infrequent sight in Bundaberg, farmers have issued a safety warning for the crowds of people, who, stuck by the sight of it are stopping suddenly along the roadside.

Caravan safety more important than ever

With travel restrictions easing there are more caravans and RVs on the road, which has highlighted the need for driver awareness and training.

Police ask drivers to pay attention these school holidays

Police are reminding drivers in the Bundaberg Region today is the first of the winter school holidays and to pay extra attention on the road.

Choose road safety on Fatality Free Friday

Bundaberg Regional Council, QPS, QFES AND QAS are imploring Bundaberg region residents to demonstrate their commitment to saving lives by taking the Fatality Free Friday pledge online and sharing in the Australian Road Safety Foundation’s (ARSF) road trauma tribute.

Take the pledge for Fatality Free Friday

Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey is asking the community to “take the pledge” and get involved in Fatality Free Friday on 29 May.

Black Spot funding for Batchlers Road

Batchlers Road between Moore Park Road and Loeskow Street has been identified for improvements under the Black Spot Program.

School holiday road safety with a furry friend

Police have reminded the community it's important for road safety to break up long journeys during the school holidays and have a rest.

Moore Park Road intersection upgrade starts soon

The Department of Transport and Main Roads will soon start work to upgrade a 1.2km section of Moore Park Road near the Booyan Road intersection, Welcome Creek.

Three flashing school zone signs announced

New flashing school zone signs will be installed at Branyan Road State School, Bundaberg North State School and...

Norville students add colour to Road Safety Week

Norville State School students recently spent some time colouring for a cause with help from Senior Constable Karen McNish during Queensland Road Safety Week.

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