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Technology

Bundaberg techsperts to present at QODE 2020 event

Bundaberg Region techsperts will be making their way to Brisbane soon to feature in the inaugural QODE 2020 event.

Bundaberg hackerspaces fuel innovation

Bundaberg will soon have two new community spaces to encourage innovation thanks to the State Government’s Hackerspaces program.

Best smart phones on a budget

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg writes about the latest smart phones and what's the best value for money and quality.

Arm yourself with knowledge before shopping on Wish

Tech Talk columnist Geoff Augutis discusses the Wish online shopping craze and how dodging the bad deals will get you the most bang for your buck.

Avocado research trial targets high yields

Avocado farmers could start producing more fruit to keep up with demand once propagation technology, trialled in the Bundaberg Region, is commercialised.

Bargara practice trials new dental technology

A new technology in dentistry has been trialled for the first time in Australia at Harris Dental Boutique in Bargara.

Latest news

Growers urge open minds in Paradise Dam debate

Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetables Growers (BFVG) have urged the community to keep an open mind about the future of Paradise Dam after the release of the Building Queensland report on the dam this week.

Renae stays upbeat as virus disrupts Germany trip

A trip to Germany as a Rotary Youth Exchange Program (YEP) participant was shaping to be the trip of a lifetime for Childers resident Renae Anders.

Vet care for your pet in times of isolation

As residents remain at home, especially our elderly, Sugarland Veterinary Hospital has been tackling the question “what if my pet gets sick while I’m isolated.”

Popular board games to keep boredom at bay

Toyworld Bundaberg's Violet Ramsay knows a thing or two about keeping boredom at bay and lists the current most popular board games.
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