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Solar irrigation trial delivers 70pc energy saving

A solar-powered irrigation trial near Bundaberg has delivered 70 per cent energy savings for the Killer Family sugarcane farm.

Roy Deicke's memory honoured with national recognition

The memory of former Bundaberg Sugar chairman and chief executive Roy Deicke has been honoured with an entry in the Australian Dictionary of Biography.

Minister meets canegrowers to discuss Reef protection

Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch met Bundaberg Region farmers today to discuss new legislation currently before Queensland Parliament.

Canegrowers welcome talks on Reef protection

Bundaberg Canegrowers will be represented at a parliamentary committee hearing to discuss legislation regarding the Great Barrier Reef.

Second stage of Isis Mill cane rail line extension approved

Stage two of the Isis Central Sugar Mill’s cane railway extension has been granted development approval by Bundaberg Regional Council.

Farmers oppose new Reef regulations

A public hearing to discuss proposed environmental legislation to protect the Great Barrier Reef will be held in Bundaberg on Friday, 12 April.

Canetec harvesters show Bundaberg ingenuity

A Canetec sugarcane harvester was recently delivered to Japan, continuing a Bundaberg success story in high-tech advanced manufacturing.

Canegrowers dispute science behind reef protection plans

Bundaberg Region canegrowers dispute the science behind proposed restrictions which seek to improve the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef.

Guatemala joins call for action on India sugar subsidies

Queensland Sugar has welcomed Guatemala joining Australia and Brazil to seek WTO intervention over India's sugar subsidies.

Bundaberg Sugar chief meets Mayor for industry update

The chief financial officer of Bundaberg Sugar's parent company Finasucre, Jérôme Lippens, met Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey today.

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