Family tried to save home but lost it all

Steven and Peter Gregor and their burnt out shed where Steven lost everything he owned.

Caravan and shed destroyed in blaze

Harley Davidson rider hit by kangaroo

Police and ambulance on the way to motorbike v kangaroo crash







ARMY Reserve officers joined soldiers from Bundaberg, Maryborough, Gympie and the Sunshine Coast at Tin Can Bay's Camp Kerr to commemorate the Battle of Poziere

Bundy reservists hit Camp Kerr

ARMY Reserve officers joined soldiers from Bundaberg, Maryborough, Gympie and the Sunshine Coast at Tin Can Bay's Camp Kerr to commemorate the Battle of Poziere

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Facebook sparks mums’ school car park brawl

A LONG-STANDING dispute between two mums that escalated into a physical brawl outside a primary school has landed a 37-year-old woman in court.

How filming a YouTube video landed a man in court

Gayndah Court House.

SHANE Hung thought he was only participating in a harmless prank.

Oops! Man turns up to court with drugs in pocket

FILE SHOT: Bundaberg court house Photo: Zach Hogg / NewsMail

Man was sentenced to jail on unrelated charges

Man to stand trial over Coonarr stabbing murder

Jason Errol Gerhardt.

Matter to be heard in supreme court

Bundy policewoman’s foot broken in courtroom drama

DISORDER IN THE COURT: A police prosecutor’s foot was broken after a defendant had a seizure at the Bundaberg Courthouse on Tuesday.

Courtroom incident leaves police woman with broken foot

Sonia Kruger should be allowed to speak on Muslims

HOW sad is Australia becoming where a TV personality like Sonya Kruger can’t even say we need to cut immigration without racial protests.

LETTER: Drinking rules

FROTHING: Josh Donohoe has launched Sunshine Coast Craft Beer Tours, which takes groups on tours of the established and recent microbreweries that have popped up on the Sunshine Coast. Black Bunny’s Scott Cameron (pictured, right) serves a number of craft beers at the Alexandra Headland bar and restaurant

It was legal to drink in a public house until 10pm in the 1950s.

LETTER: Cuts show LNP priorities

CENTRELINK MEDICARE: Centrelink building in Woongarra St Bundaberg.
Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Cuts to welfare expose the priorities of the LNP.

OUR SAY: Volunteers boosting our region

he event kicks off at 3pm with a beach barbecue

SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abuse

Reefworld, Great Barrier Reef. Please credit Tourism and Events Queensland.

The reef was brighter and healthier 15 years ago.

OUR SAY: Bundy has a lot to offer

Bundaberg Airport Photo: Zach Hogg / NewsMail

The weekend was full of amazing events.

OPINION: Writing skills can change with dementia

Women writing on paper with a pen on a white background.

Writing skills can change with dementia

Dads read to children a different way

STORY TIME: Dads Read is a national campaign to get the male role model reading to children from birth.

Dads read to their children differently to mums

INXS guitarist to share his story in Bundy

INXS member, Kirk Pengilly, performs with the band at the SCG in Sydney on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010. INXS have been announced as the headline musical act at the 2010 AFL Grand Final pre-match entertainment at the MCG. (AAP Image/Paul Miller) NO ARCHIVING

Heading to the rum city on March 3 next year Pengilly will share his

Crack-a-Jack fundraiser for relay team

RELAY FOR LIFE: Wendy Saunders supported by Greg Bath, Jack Dempsey, Stephen Curran, Lyn Carpenter, Evelyn Bury, Karen Bath, Vince Habermann and Trish Mears.

Get a group of friends together to form a bowls team for charity

Mayhem in the mud

DOWN AND DIRTY: A participant gets into the thick of it at the Outback Obstacles event.

Crazy and muddy obstacle course coming to Bundaberg

UPDATE: School pays tribute to Savannah

TAKEN TOO SOON: Savannah Ann Harley. Photo Contributed

The family of Savannah Harley will hold a service this Saturday.

Service the key to business success

GT AUTO: Greg Olive displays his  car yard on Woondooma St, Bundaberg.

When you meet Greg Olive it's easy to see how G&T; Auto Sales started

Woolworths to sack 500 staff, close at least 17 stores

This is despite the supermarket earning $2.5 billion for the year.

Craft beer champions Baffle competition at national awards

TASTE OF VICTORY: Baffle Beer Brewery's Capricornia lager took out a gold at the national Craft Beer Awards.

“It’s very special – it’s a dark, smoky bock beer"

Abattoirs need a 'rissole-led recovery' says Labor MP

Queensland’s biggest abattoir is in Ms Miller’s electorate.

‘Let’s put it to bed’: fruit and veg chair’s plea to markets

FRESH PRODUCE: A worker sorting sweet potatoes.

“All we want to see is the growers paid their hard earned money”

Scientists to get a say at session on industry future

The latest figures show the biomedical industry in Queensland has a total annual income of $2.7 billion.

Consultation session to be held in Bundaberg

MP launches Bundaberg fresh produce website

LOCAL PRODUCE: Cathal Murphy, Katherine Mergard, Leanne Donaldson, Sarah Waldock, Allan Waldock, Jan Waldock at the launch of the Local Farm Produce website.

“The room was buzzing and filled with the smell of local lilies"

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Trivia, Mexican food and helping a good cause? Sounds fun!

ENJOY Mexican food and a laugh at special trivia event tonight.

Where to park your car (or dog) for Childers Festival

TRANSFORMATION: The busy Bruce Highway through Childers has a different look during the Childers Festival.
Photo: Paul Donaldson / NewsMail

Find out where you can leave your car

Secrets of Childers to be revealed in history tour

Warren Martin is a fourth generation resident of the Isis district and has harnessed his passion for history into creating an entertaining and informative history tour.

Find out about small town's history

Historic day on Fraser Island

I AM SUMMER: This is a photo of the pristine Wanggoolba Creek on Fraser Island. Taken by Lyn Day, 751 Bruce Highway, Chatsworth. Magic place.

The talk will be held from 10 to 11am on July 29.

Burnett Traffic Bridge

FRESH COAT: Supervisor Tony Cloke on the Burnett Traffic Bridge during the repairs and restoration of the bridge which was the longest steel traffic bridge in Australia on completion in August 1900.

FRESH COAT: The repair and repainting of the Burnett Traffic Bridge.

Stevie's Mt Walsh adventure

The drive to Mt Walsh.

Stevie Burscough and her friends climbed Mt Walsh before Stevie had to be...

Weekend Sport 23rd July 2016

BREAK THROUGH: Dreadfull takes the lead jammer for Rum City Derby Dolls at the Win Stadium Roller Derby event.Photo: Paul Donaldson / NewsMail

A selection of photos from some of the sporting events around Bundaberg on the 23rd...

Womens Hockey Championship

SHOT AT GOAL: Bundaberg Amanda Wightman is in close at the QLD Women's Masters Championships at Hinkler Park Bundaberg.Photo: Paul Donaldson / NewsMail

A selection of photos from the Women's Masters Championship at Hinkler Park on the...

Weekend Rugby 24July 2016

NO STOPPING: Vahiti Hopoi pushes on for ATW in the A Grade game at Salters Oval Bundaberg.Photo: Paul Donaldson / NewsMail

A selection of photos from the weekends Rugby games at Salters Oval in Bundaberg on...

Day 2 Splendour in the Grass

The Cure performed at Spelndour in theGrass 2016 at the main stage.  Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Splendour in the Grass day 2 had the biggest acts of the weekends and as a result...

Weightlifting

GETTING RESULTS: Weightlifter Matthew Eichmann has done extremely well in the short time he has been involved in the sport.

GETTING RESULTS: Weightlifter Matthew Eichmann has done extremely well in the short...

Shed Fire

THE contents of a large shed were completely destroyed following an early morning fire. Fire crews responded to the Three Chain Rd blaze about 2.30am Monday after the owner of the shed made a call to Triple Zero.

THE contents of a large shed were completely destroyed following an early morning...

Steve Lewis thanks community

Steve Lewis fronts the cameras to thank the community for helping find his baby girl Jocelyn

Jocelyn's father Steve Lewis has thanked the community for helping find his baby...

Beloved pooch lost for months found by Gladstone region owners

Louise Eaton and Checko were reunited at the Hervey Bay Animal Adoption Centre in Cicada Lane July 21.

A 12-year-old pooch has been reuinted with its owners

Bumper whale season: How many humbacks can we expect?

OCEAN GIANT: Hervey Bay will be the temporary home for thousands of humpback whales this season.

Fraser Coast Opportunitoies hopes locals roll out the welcome mat.

Brisbane doctors in first for pre-birth operations

Doctors performed Australia-first spinal operation on unborn baby

Yeppoon sisters travel coastline in style

COLOURFUL TRAVELLERS: Ella Fleming and her sister Layne Fleming with their colourful van Yota. INSET: Ella driving Yota on the Great Ocean Rd.

Yeppoon hairdressers make colourful trip around the country.

Reno stars want tradies to focus a little more on one thing

The Demmrichs want Tradies to look after their most important tool

Fashionistas show off at Splendour in the Grass

Amberly Nelson, from Melbourne, posts for a photo with friends at Splendour in the Grass.

GLITTER, skin and mesh were all on show at festival this weekend.

Tom Hiddleston not worried about relationship attention

Attention doesn't bother 'authentic' Hiddleston

Robbie Williams and Ayda Field to expand family?

Robbie Williams and Ayda Field want more children.

Licking incident bars Ariana from performing at White House

Ariana Grande has been blocked from performing at the White House

Taylor Swift's ex throws support behind Kanye West

Calvin Harris shares a sing-along with Kanye West

Michael Jackson's jailed doctor wants his license back

Conrad Murray wants his medical licence back.

Pokemon Go: "Trading" on the horizon as game evolves

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Pokemon GO players will soon be able to trade with other trainers

You can own this Queensland town for just $1

Yelarbon

Unprecedented auction of town's business centre with no reserve

Work starts on $15M Caloundra apartment building

Turning the first sod at the Aqua View Apartments site in Kings Beach are (from left) husband-and-wife developers Alex Yuan and Stella Sun with construction company Tomkins director Mike Tomkins and Councillor Tim Dwyer.

Developers excited about addition to Kings Beach skyline

72-year-old Coast developer set to start new project

GREEN LIGHT: The Cosmopolitan has been approved for development at Cotton Tree.

Meet the Canberran set to deliver another chapter for Coast suburb

Plans revealed for 1500-lot 'master-planned community'

Precinct will be bounded by Boundary St and Shoesmith Rd

Ecco Ripley sales run sparks prime release

MOVING IN: Sekisui House has announced the release of more residential blocks at Ecco Ripley.

Sekisui House is preparing to unveil more land at Ecco Ripley

The climb is slow but property on the way up

Michael Matusik, director of Matusik Property Insights.Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

The improvement would be mild when compared to past cycles

Could this be the best job in the world?

St Bees Island managing director Phil Webb.

THE only rule: don't stand too long under coconut trees.

12 places in Toowoomba you can get a job right now

Sunshine Coast cabinetmaker Todd Bull took out the Furniture Industry Association of Australia national design award for his unique and 'flawless' table.

Looking for a job? Here are 12 places hiring right now

Boss tells worker: Show me proof grandma died

"Show me proof grandma died."

Mining giant started with space, telescope and dream

BIG BUSINESS: Dr John Russell with a Russell mill relining machine destined for export.

Toowoomba based company creates 100's of new jobs

Eight top tips for starting a new job

Financial Planning - Couple getting consulted

“Be smart and be professional until you know the culture.”

Taking a job opportunity can lead to a major move

HOME SWEET HOME: Matthew Evans and partner Yvette Espinoza-Araya with their daughter Amelia and pet dog Lucky have been warmly welcomed into Gracemere after moving from Melbourne to their new home.

Matthew said the family were settling in nicely

Teens reveal risky situations

New data shows one in three teens has taken a selfie while driving

Vintage vehicle LARC-y to make trip

Craig Seeley ready for adventure on his Larc

Amphibious vehicle makes it to its destination

Ford Model T tour in Maryborough: What you might see

Ford Model T enthusiast Bob Trevan driving his 1909 Tourer up the Cambanoora Gorge.

National event will be hosted by Model T Ford Owners Queensland

Stage 1 of Bundaberg coastal road development to open soon

Road work ahead.

Road development will give better access to coastal areas

Top ten car glitches that leave you stranded

RACQ reveals the value of learning to change tyres and batteries

Road test review Subaru Liberty 3.6 R

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: While the look of the vehicle hasn’t changed, the Subaru Liberty 3.6 R offers improved suspension and safety features to entice buyers.

We test drive the Subaru Libert 3.6 R.