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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Technology

Monitoring equipment helps forecast flooding

New sensors will provide valuable data to help model flood waters in urban creeks and tidal irrigation channels around Bundaberg.

Snap Send Solve app a great success

The Snap Send Solve mobile app has helped fix more than 1800 community issues in the Bundaberg Region over the past year.

Rechenberg installs fever detection camera

The team at Rechenberg Security in Bundaberg have installed a fever detection camera to help aid the fight against COVID-19.

Huawei P40 Pro ticks all the boxes, except one

Arguably the best phone camera in the world, the Huawei P40 Pro is challenging the tech giants because it doesn't offer Google Play or Google apps.

Screentime spikes during lockdown

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg talks about increased screentime during the Coronavirus lockdown, good and bad.

Improving Bundaberg's digital infrastructure

Bundaberg Regional Council is working with QCN Fibre to improve digital infrastructure and connectivity throughout the region.

Latest news

Community encouraged to Share the Dignity

Bundaberg residents are encouraged to help Share the Dignity and donate female sanitary products through the month of August.

New skills learnt at Airbase Operator Course

With the official bushfire season now underway, 30 emergency service have learnt new skills in the Airbase Operator Course at Bundaberg Airport.

Council invited to become “small business friendly”

Bundaberg Regional Council had a presentation on Monday from the Queensland Small Business Commissioner to discuss Council becoming a “Queensland Small Business Friendly Council”.

Have your say on Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy

The draft Bundaberg Region Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy has been released today for a 28 day period of community consultation.
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