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Traffic data shows only modest COVID impact

Traffic data from the Bundaberg Region shows only a modest drop in vehicle movements during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Car yard approved for Johanna Boulevard

A new car yard development has just been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council and will bring vehicle sales to the Johanna Boulevard area.

Cruising down memory lane in FX Holden

85-year-old Ray Cole from Childers is proud of his 1952 FX Holden but sad that General Motors will no longer produce the brand in Australia.

Local Holden enthusiasts shocked by company's exit

Known amongst car enthusiasts as a "solid, reliable make perfect for Australian conditions", Holden is set to end its 164 year reign in the nation after making a shock announcement today.

Diesel training course offered to mechanics

Diesel Help Australia will be offering an evening training course for qualified automotive mechanics at Bundaberg TAFE on 11 February.

Police take a monster look at suspension

With monster trucks in Bundaberg recently, local police thought it was an ideal opportunity to bust some myths about raising vehicles.

Hustling Hinkler plays at Veteran Vehicle Rally picnic

The nostalgic sounds of Hustling Hinkler were heard at the 2019 National Veteran Vehicle Rally picnic at the Botanic Gardens in Bundaberg.

Extra steam trains and historic fashion at rally picnic

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens will go back in time when the 2019 National Veteran Vehicle Rally Picnic is held on Sunday, 22 September.

Queenie's car inspires lifelong passion

As a young boy Chris Sorenson drove past Queenie Hinkler’s De Dion Bouton and dreamed of a day when he could call the car his own.

Queenie's car a highlight of Gaslight Parade

The Gaslight Parade will recreate a moment in history next week as 140 veteran vehicles take to Bourbong Street and it will feature a very unique Bundaberg car.

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