Wet weather hits Bundaberg

Wet weather hits Bundaberg.

Wet weather hits Bundaberg

Jobs galore for dive site off Bundaberg coast

Ex-HMAS Tobruk.

Major work for locals to get tourism to sea bed

New funding improves North Burnett disaster radio

FILE PHOTO: The council has received funding for a new digital radio system.

The council has received about $200,000 for the system.






How to survive a bushfire in your car

IT SOUNDS like a nightmare, but it can happen.

Eight reasons to join the RFS

SPREAD across 93% of Queensland, the Rural Fire Service has about 36,000 volunteers. And you could be one of them.

What if my insurer gives me grief?

CLAIMING your insurance cover after a natural disaster can go one of two ways. It can be a breeze, or like pulling teeth.

How to do Eat Street the right way

EVERYTHING you need to know to get the most out of your Eat Street experience and to avoid a food coma when you’re only one stall deep.

Knock over your whole Christmas shopping list in one hit

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BRISBANE City is synonymous with incredible shopping – ask anyone.

A banger of a summer music festival line-up

The music gods are shining on Brisbane this music season; get there!

THIS season, there really is something for all music tastes.

Escape the hustle of Brisbane with these top day trips

Dive among the shipwrecks at Tangalooma for an amazing day out.

THERE is more to Brisbane than bright lights and a stunning river.

Everything you knew was on in Brisbane just got better

Don't miss the Brisbane International this summer.

IF IT is diversity you want, Brisbane is the place to get it.

Discover the city like a local

See the city like a local, and on the back of a bike!

THE Brisbane Greeters tours are everything you want and more.

Cheers to seven of the best bars in Brisbane

There are stacks of cool bars in Brisbane - you'll just have to stay the while and check out all of them!

CHOOSING where to drink comes with great responsibility.

How to beat the bulge this Christmas

'TIS the season for festive food, celebratory bubbles and parties aplenty....and a few extra kilos not on your Christmas wishlist.

KICK THE KILOS: Mackay jumps ahead of Bundy

Who will take out the glory? Just two weeks to go in the ARM Kick the Kilos competition.

MACKAY has finally jumped in front of Bundaberg.

Sorry fellas, female joggers aren't there for you

Women who go running aren't looking for sex with you

Keeping the kilos off for good takes commitment

Losing weight is only part of the challenge

FINAL WEEK: Get fit for summer with Sally

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

It's the last week of our getting fit for summer with Sally series

Diet trumps exercise in battle of the bulge

It takes a lot of work to burn off your favourite foods

Get summer fit with Sally Fitzgibbons: Week 11

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region.

It's getting hot and by you should almost be summer fit

Bundy dad to be behind bars for Christmas

A 38-YEAR-OLD father has been refused the opportunity to spend Christmas with his children after his application for bail was rejected.

Woman to stand trial for armed robbery

A 35-year-old woman will stand trial accused of robbing a man at knife point inside his East Bundaberg unit.

Sarah Kay Adelle Winchester fronts the Bundaberg Magistrates Court

Lengthy wait for report in striking death case

Horse Camp man Thomas Charles Kenyon, 52, did not appear in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court as his matter was mentioned

Six to 12 month wait for forensic pathologist report

Man duct-tapes little girl to the floor

Maryborough Courthouse.
Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

He did it as a form of punishment.

500 marijuana plants seized in Bundaberg raids

DRUG RAIDS: Police seized 500 marijuana plants during raids in the Bundaberg area targeting unlawful drug activity. Photo Contributed

5kg of marijuana and 500 plants seized during raids

Local footy player fronts court accused of arson

ACCUSED: Matthew James Tanner, 30, appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court charged with arson and animal cruelty. Photo Contributed

Matthew James Tanner remains in custody

Man's genitals set alight during torture

TAPED OFF: Bundaberg Police searched a Takalvan St unit in April 2015 as part of their investigations into the torture of a man in Mt Perry in March 2015.

Victim tortured for a week at Mt Perry flat

Rob's off to start a fresh new chapter

AFTER more than three decades delivering fruit and vegies to loyal customers across Bundaberg, Robert Ward is packing up his ute and retiring.

'He can see!' Mum's tears as boy fights Taipan bite

Eli Campbell, 2, is recovering at Brisbane's Lady Cilento Children's Hospital after he was bitten by a taipan three times at Agnes Water.

Todder bitten by a snake can now see, talk and walk.

Everybody loves Raymond

PROUD: Raymond Gormley with the jersey given to him by the Shalom Open Boys side.

Bundy leads the way on International Day of People with a Disability

June helps second-hand book store thrive

COMMUNITY-DRIVEN: June Kilah took over as Secretary of the Monto second hand bookstore to prevent it from closing in 2007

Secretary-treasurer June Kilah talks volunteering

Doctor packs up shop

GONE AGAIN: Moore Park Beach residents were excited when they heard  a doctor was starting in January this year but now he is closing down.

No Moore doctor for coastal community

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Kernaghan's a 'boy from the bush' with a timeless quality

THERE is a timeless quality to many of Lee Kernaghan's songs, but one in particular has stood the test of time.

What's on: Saturday, December 3

Not sure what to do today? We've got you covered

Head to the sugar museum for a sweet taste of history

Cutting the ribbon to officially open the revamped Sugar Museum at Fairymead House is Mayor Jack Dempsey and Fairymead House Team Leader Hayley Vale.

Learn about the industry that made Bundy what it is

List of gigs happening around Bundy

KEY NOTE: Country singer Alex Peden. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail

There's a live show for everyone

Former owners of beach pub in hot water

Moore Park Beach Tavern has gone into administration.

Another local business goes into administration

New salon to offer huge range of services

HEAVENLY SECRETS: Hairdresser Melanie Reeves can't wait to open her hair and beauty salon next year.

Heavenly Secrets will simply blow you away

'Like handing over a baby': Indulge's new chapter

WRITIgG A NEW CHAPTER: Indulge head chef Amanda Hinds is moving on from the Bundaberg foodie institution.

The news has brought out emotion in Bundaberg

This decision could save you on your next flight

INCOMIN AIRLINE: Virgin Australia starts flying over the city of Bundaberg.
Photo: Paul Donaldson / NewsMail

Airlines to vanquish pre-selection options

Small businesses to take $58m hit on Easter Sunday

SERVICE: City Elements says it will consider not opening Easter Sunday after it was made a public holiday, giving Olivia Mangin the day off.

City Elements owner says she probably won't open on Easter Sunday

Project costs blow out without union watchdog: O'Dowd

NOT HAPPY: Member for Flynn Ken O'Dowd used sharp words to describe the banking industry during his campaign.

KEN O'DOWD takes hits at the CFMEU in heated Question Time.

Carols by Candlelight

Thousands turned out for Carols by Candlelight in Bundaberg last night.

A selection of photos taken at the Bundaberg Carols by Candlelight on Friday...

Furbabies

Emma Flor Our Louie dog with her jingly collar.

Are your pets sporting a little red jacket or Santa hat this festive season? Show...

National Service Lunch

LUNCHEON: Brian Trost, Mick Harvey, Member for Burnett Stephen Bennett and John Hampson at the 65th anniversary of National Service lunch held at the Liberty Villas in East Bundaberg.

The 65th anniversary of National Service lunch held at the Liberty Villas in East...

Riding for the Disabled

MINIATURE PONY: Jackson Coomber with Zarina at the Riding for the Disabled Christmas break-up.

Riding for the Disabled Christmas break-up.

2016 in pictures: The moments that made history

Turkish Coast Guard personnel help refugees as they swim with buoys, after they toppled over a fishermen dinghy en route to Greece on January 22, 2016 in Didim district of Aydin, Turkey. 4 refugees body including 3 children pulled out of the water as Turkish coast guard personnel rescued 43 others.

Getty images has released its best images from 2016.

Bundaberg Ring Road link

HEAVY TRAFIC: Lindsey and Sal Bonanno, Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt and Bundaberg Region Mayor Jack Dempsey open the project to link the ring road to Kay McDuff industrial area providing easier access.

A short video about the Kay McDuff to Ring Road link in Bundaberg

Mick Jagger a Dad again at 73

A father again at 73.

Eighth child for Rolling stone front man.

Earthquake strikes Indonesia where Tsunami devastated

Earthquake devastates same area struck by 2004 Tsunami.

100's dead and injured after 6.5 quake.

OPINION: The secret to giving a great gift

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GIFTS are basically a form of communication

Mum's honest post about parenting goes viral

But it isn't the photo that's made it go viral. It is the caption.

Six tips for doing a seamless re-gift this Christmas

Follow these tips for a seamless re-gift this Christmas. And check out our latest digital subscription offer - that's something you won't want to re-gift.

IS IT ever okay to re-gift? If you're in the 'yes' camp, read on...

School run scorcher: Audi SQ7 road test and review

FLAGSHIP: Audi’s new SQ7 TDI features a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 diesel offering 320kW, 900Nm and a 0-100kmh time of 4.9-seconds. An electric-powered compressor all but eliminates turbo lag from low range. This tech and safety-filled SUV costs from $153,616 before on-roads.

$153,000 ultimate Q7 cracks 100kmh in under five seconds

OPINION: Get organised before the Christmas crowds arrive

The mind functions better when the house is clean and tidy.

Tackle the cleaning to-do list one room at a time

50 second memory: Diagnosed with dementia at 57

Former Coolum man Steve Nichol is recovering in a Brisbane hospital after a brain operation. Steve is comforted by his wife Angie.

Surfer who grew a church faces battle with early onset dementia

Justin Timberlake stuns students with secret class

Justin Timberlake stunned high school students in Sydney

Carrie Fisher says Ford will be bugged by affair confession

Carrie Fisher is sure Harrison Ford is annoyed at her

Dakota Fanning rekindles romance with childhood sweetheart

Dakota Fanning rekindles romance with ex

Essential to get new Maroochydore CBD fundamentals right

LOOKING AHEAD: The central business district at Maroochydore is planned to be the heart of the Sunshine Coast.

SunCentral reports good progress on 53ha Sunshine Coast city heart

'Crucial' farm land eyed by defence department

Lawson Geddes moving the Brangus cattle to higher ground - which is the land the Defence Department is interested taking for the Shoalwater Bay expansion.

"You can't have one without the other.”

Former Shark Show for sale for $1.3 million

Vic Hislop at the old Shark Show.

TALK about a jaws-dropping real estate opportunity.

There's a whole lot of luxury in this home

The Endeavour Foundation's latest prize home in Mountain Creek.

WHEN it comes to desirable homes, it's hard to go past a prize home.

Ipswich City Properties asset portfolio retains its value

Ipswich City Council Administration Building, South Street, Ipswich. Photo: Claudia Baxter / The Queensland Times

New website launched by Ipswich City Council

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JOBS: Adani seeking workers for Bowen office

Adani has advertised jobs for their Bowen office.

Jobs advertised online by mining company

New supermarket: jobseekers, get your resumes ready

HOW TO APPLY: The 150 new jobs to be created in Maryborough will need both experienced and inexperienced workers.

The new supermarket will open in January.

$512 million motorway upgrade creates 1300 jobs

Traffic congestion is an issue at the intersection of Wembley Road and the Logan Motorway.

$512 million project gets the green light from State Government

Why no one over 50 can land a job

It's becoming increasingly hard for those over 50 to land a job

Labour market woes continue with slack movement in jobs

The employment market is still a source of disappointment

Need a NEW employee?

Post Your Ad Here!

M3-beating 375kW Alfa Romeo Giulia QV arriving in February

RAPID ALFA: A genuine BMW M3 and Merc-AMG C63 hunter, Giulia QV boasting a 375kW twin-turbo V6 hits 100kmh in 3.9-seconds and goes on to over 300kmh.

Range-topping Giulia cracks 100kmh in under four seconds

2018 Holden Commodore is officially revealed

BREAKING COVER: The next-generation Holden Commodore has been revealed in sleek Liftback form.

First images of new Commodore released by Holden

Touring variant of CX-5 coming in 2017

The next generation Mazda CX-5 crossover SUV will arrive in Australia during the first half of 2017.

There wil be a new mid-spec CX-5 next year.

Ferrari’s ideal family car? Four-seat GTC4 Lusso T arrives

FAST FOR FOUR: Ferrari GTC4Lusso T's 449kW/760Nm twin-turbo V8 slings the family to 100kmh in 3.5 seconds.

$500,000 family Ferrari aimed at cashed-up younger shoppers

61,000 Australian Volkswagens set for dieselgate recall

NAUGHTY DIESELS: With this announcement Volkswagen Group Australia said total government approvals is now 70,000, including the 9,000 Amarok utes recalled earlier this year.

Federal Government approves next stage of voluntary recall

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