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Tuesday, March 31, 2020
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Jim Deem retires after 7 decades in Bundaberg Cricket

As Jim Deem walked from the pitch at Kendalls Flat for the final time, he hung up his Bundaberg Cricket hat knowing he had changed lives.

Two karting champions hit the bitumen in Noisy Tour

The Noisy Tour not only brought 110 competitors to Dromeside Raceway, it also attracted two Bundaberg-raised national karting champions.

Economy boost from 4 of Clubs tournament

Beach volleyball players from as far as Darwin have congregated in record numbers to Bundaberg for Beach 365’s annual 4 of Clubs tournament.

Have your say on Walla Street Skate Park

If you skate, scooter, ride or rollerblade don’t miss out on your chance to provide feedback on the Walla Street Skate Park and Central Park upgrades.

Brisbane Lions head to Bundaberg

The Brisbane Lions will head to Bundaberg Monday and Tuesday for their 2020 AFL Community Camp, with the public invited to the Auskick Party from 4pm Monday at Shalom College Oval.

Pharmacy display showcases sporting glory

The Old Pharmacy in Childers is featuring a popular display of local sporting photographs and memorabilia which will continue until May 2020.

Bundaberg Cup touch comp a winner

Hundreds of touch football players from around Queensland gathered at Greg Duncan Fields for the sixth annual Bundaberg Cup weekend.

The Waves female-friendly facilities opened

Tick of approval for the $1.5 million sports facility at The Waves.

Bundaberg Underwater Hockey calls for new players

Circling the puck like a frenzy of sharks Bundaberg Underwater Hockey is providing players with a fast-paced sport that improves fitness and diving capabilities.

Shalom's first girls basketball team ready to shoot hoops

Shalom College will make history on the court as its first girls team heads to the Queensland All Schools Basketball Championships.

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