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Train Brain Song spreads safety message

Bundaberg musician Warren Wrangell has written a catchy tune called the Train Brain Song which Wilmar Sugar is using to promote safety.

Moore Park Beach students form human ‘NO WAY’ sign

Moore Park Beach State School has celebrated National Day Against Bullying and Violence in spectacular fashion today by creating a human NO WAY sign.

Dolphins playing with calf captured at Bargara

A Bundaberg photographer has captured video footage of a dolphin family and calf frolicking in the ocean just off Neilson Park.

Botanic Gardens bamboo harvesting creates mulch

Bamboo harvesting at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens has been under way this week as part of Council's annual beautification process.

Bundy Limes value-add success

Bundy Limes may be small but Linda Vickers and family have expanded on their success through value-adding into new products.

George the cockatoo a unique character at zoo

Meet George, Alexandra Park Zoo's resident male sulphur crested cockatoo who has been at the zoo since 1999.

Amandine Lavender scents success

More than 800 lavender plant seedlings are growing bigger each day in the greenhouse at Amandine Lavender, ready for planting during the cooler weather.

Vanderfield Bundaberg supports the community

Vanderfield Bundaberg serves the agricultural sector and its workforce strives to maintain close community connections..

Council meeting streamed online

Bundaberg Regional Council will livestream future meetings online after a successful trial at the first post-election meeting today.

Kalki Moon shines brighter with new still

In the lead-up to Kalki Moon’s three-year anniversary the family business has introduced a new still to produce 10 times more gin.

Kepnock takes on positive practices for environment

Kepnock State High School students are making it their mission to help the environment by implementing a range of positive practices through their Reef Guardian program.

Macadamias Australia share an attitude of gratitude

A new short video tells the fabulous story of the Steinhardt family and how they built Macadamias Australia in Bundaberg.
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