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Bundy High attracts a multicultural student mix

Bundaberg State High School recently hosted a morning tea for its cohort of international students - those at the school on exchange programs or who have relocated from other countries.

CQU welcomes scholarships for regional study

CQUniversity has welcomed funding for 40 Destination Australia scholarships that could attract and support students looking to move to the Bundaberg Region.

Kasey named Quota Student of the Year

Eight local high school students had five minutes each to delve into one of their passion topics in front of a panel of judges at this year’s Quota Student of the Year Quest, held by Quota International of Bundaberg.

Fun in the sun as BCC Festival connects the community

Sunshine and laughter filled the air at this year’s BCC Festival with the community strolling in as soon as the gates opened to a fun-filled event.

Businesses help students with innovative ideas

Innovative ideas are flowing steadily as students across the region begin mentoring sessions with businesses as part of the Mayor's Telstra Innovation Awards.

Students bring wow factor with innovative technology ideas

Bundaberg Region secondary students have put up some amazing ideas for the Mayor's Telstra Innovation awards including health monitors, flood alerts and more.

Top 10 ideas shortlisted for Mayor’s innovation awards

Creative tech solutions have been presented by students throughout the region and finalists have been selected for phase two of the Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards.

Students work on innovative ideas for Mayor's awards

Student innovators are lining up to participate in the Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards for their chance to win big.

Students cracking down on plastic pollution

Students at Reef Guardian schools throughout the region have been making a ‘super’ effort to reduce plastic waste this week welcoming Anthony Hills - aka Captain Plastic - from Plastic Pollution Solutions.

Bundy students partners in crime at university

There’s no mystery surrounding what the future holds for Bundaberg Region high school graduates Hollie Cooper and Renee Nielsen.

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