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Monday, July 6, 2020
Topics Small business

Topic: small business

New Paradise Markets pop up at Bargara

The new weekly Paradise Markets at Bargara has proven very popular with a mixed variety of goods for sale every Sunday.

Cha Cha Chocolate celebrates new beginnings

Cha Cha Chocolate is celebrating its first week in its new home on Bourbong Street with a huge cake made by Bargara Beach Bakehouse.

Art studio opens up in time for school holidays

A new kids art studio called Once Designs is opening in Bundaberg on 29 June, just in time for school holidays.

Find pre-loved treasures at Trinket and Things

With a love of pre-loved treasures Jacqueline Rogers has reopened her Trinket and Things store on Goodwood Road.

From motorbikes to Your Local Handywoman

Burnett Heads woman Tonia Stokes-Waterson has gone from being Australia’s fastest female motorbike sidecar rider to Your Local Handywoman.

I Hate Cooking helps prepare independence

Lauren Kelly has been helping people find their motivation in the kitchen through her Bundaberg business I Hate Cooking.

Marlies creates stunning collages for 4670tees

Bundaberg artist and business owner Marlies Oakley has given old magazine pictures a new life with her collaged artwork now printed on t-shirts with 4670tees.

Bundaberg Region gets back to business

Bundaberg Region businesses are getting back to business this week after COVID-19 restrictions were eased across Queensland.

Hobby turns into One of a Kind Metal Art

A passion for all things metal has turned a hobby into a flourishing side business for qualified mechanic and truck driver Kev Harley.

Buy Bundy Region and support local jobs

Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey is encouraging residents to support local traders and help kickstart the regional economy.

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