Why people who live in Bundy are holidaying at Bargara

HOLIDAY-MAKER and Bundaberg North resident Mal Ace said he often stayed at the Bargara Beach Caravan Park with the family because of the convenience.

Brisbane, Gold Coast airports hit by Border Force strikes

Extensive rolling stoppages to start today

What was this driver thinking?

Gin Gin police have recorded a driver travelling at 183kmh on the Bruce Hwy.

Driver clocked at 183kmh

After three days on the road teen hits power pole

Teen crashes into power pole in North Bundaberg

Toddler critical after snake bite

RESCUE MISSION: The RACQ LifeFlight Rescue's Bundaberg-based helicopter has airlifted a toddler from Seventeen Seventy after a suspected snake bite.

Toddler in critical condition after snake bite at Seventeen Seventy

So sweet! 30 reader cakes you'll love to see

Olivia Harvey Baby shower cake.Photo: contributed

Plus five cake recipes you will love

More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care

The Department of Communities and Child Safety suspended or cancelled the permits of 30 carers last year while it substantiated 144 cases of harm to children.

30 foster carers banned as 144 cases of harm to children revealed.

Numbers show Bundy visitors are happy campers

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35% increase in camping and vanning trips

Bundy legend awarded OAM

His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland with Bundaberg resident Eric Cullen who received the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM).

Swimming enthusiast awarded for service to community

Developers boost confidence in Bundaberg property market

Slow and steady growth has always been Bundaberg’s way

Bundy women mean business at event

NETWORKING: Carly Sugars and Tracey Smith at the Inspire, Empower, Connect women's business lunch at Oodies Cafe.

Women network and brainstorm at lunch

ACCC rules produce agent broke Code of Conduct

RURAL WEEKLY: A Bundaberg tomato farm.  


Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail

Saga over farmer payments continues

Fully booked for a chockers weekend

TOP SPOT: Nicole, Brody and Diane Stibbards relaxing at the Bargara Beach Caravan Park.

Region need more motels to cater for demand

Is this Queensland's greenest retreat?

GREEN IS GOLD: Rhys and Vanessa Kummerow with baby Sebastian and Digger the dog at Childers Eco-lodge.

Going green is gold for Childers business

Vodafone customers left without services after outage

The outage was due to a 'router issue'

Keppel MP says One Nation could stall GKI project

Aerial shot of Great Keppel Island (GKI) rally.
Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

Keppel MP says One Nation's views could harm GKI

CHOICE welcomes ACCC probe into fake online reviews

A credit card is held in front an online shopping site in Melbourne, Friday, Sept. 20, 2013. (AAP Image/Julian Smith) NO ARCHIVING

Fake online reviews the target of ACCC probe

Hospital emergency: Thousands clog ED with minor issues

EMERGENCY CALL: Ipswich Hospital's emergency department has been swamped in the past 12 months by people presenting with very minor issues.

Residents need to stop presenting with only minor treatment issues

Turnbull confirms GST carve-up staying for years

Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull (L) visiting the New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor while in New York City for the 71st session of the UN General Assembly.

No change to the GST carve-up for "some years"

Nation's welfare at stake

Social Services Minister Christian Porter says sweeping changes are needed to make positive impacts in people's lives.

Federal Government calls for a social security revolution

LETTER: If it's wrong to sell calves, why is abortion ok?

A dairy cow at Graham Duncan's farm.

Letter writer says industry is important for humans

LETTER: Why we need to support our local newspapers

Gympie Hospital patient Arthur Bishop appreciates the free Gympie Times newspaper while he is in hospital.  Its an extra service on top of the great care provided by the staff.  Reading the local paper keeps me connected to my community.   The newspaper content also provides talking points with other patients and visiting family and friends.   Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

You'll be sorry if they're ever gone one day

LETTER: 'Residents shouldn't have to feel unsafe'

Hells Angels' member Terry McCormick and Rebels' member Mick Kosenko view the Palaszczuk government-commissioned anti-bikie laws' review recommendations as a backflip. Emma McBryde

Queenslanders shouldn't have to feel unsafe because this government

'There was a time when we were ashamed of our White Australia Policy'

HEAD IN THE SAND: A new poll suggests half of Australians support banning Muslim immigration.

Are we on the road back to a racially divisive migration policy?

OPINION: I'm not a fan, but I see why many support Pauline

Profile - Eliza Wheeler. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The region feels disgruntled and neglected.

OPINION: Believe me mate, I'm on 'hiss' side

Greg Bray.

Close encounter breeds new level of understanding with snakes

Fishing tips: six things to remember during school holidays

Fishing from Woolgoolga Headland.

it's important everyone sticks to the rules

Life threatening injuries following double crash on Warrego

A woman is fighting for her life after the double crash. Photo: Trev The Towie.

VIDEO: A woman is fighting for life after an accident this morning

UPDATE: Man charged with 'alleged abduction' of Gladstone girl

Police in pursuit of man, Clinton

DOG squad, police units join hunt after man allegedly fled the home.

Macfarlane goes from golf course to CEO of mining group

Ian Macfarlane is set to take on a new role with the Queensland Resources Council, reports say.

'I feel like I’ve got some good years in me yet'

Shark bite was 'severe', says eyewitness to attack

A 17-year-old boy was attacked by a shark at Lighthouse Beach, Ballina, this morning. Photo: Rob Parkin

It is believed the shark has bitten the man on the thigh

1000 homeless as rain, river cause havoc in Forbes

The State Emergency Service says 1000 Forbes residents are temporarily homeless after flood waters swamped 100 properties.

Authorities warn central west NSW more flood pain is on the way.

Only one electorate opposed to same-sex marriage

A University of Melbourne study of ABC Vote Compass results reveals only one electorate in Australia has a majority of voters opposed to gay marriage.

Research shows most electorates support changing the Marriage Act.

Woman charged for stabbing man in the back

Kingaroy Police will celebrate 20 years of the Blue Light Disco.

A woman known to the man was found nearby.

Doctor accuses gay lobby of censoring controversial book

Dr David van Gend with his book Stealing From A Child.

'We will not be silenced' - Dr David van Gend

Greyhound ban a balloon in the wind: Joyce

Deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce.

Nationals MPs worried about electoral backlash

Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour leadership in UK

Brexit was a major influence in the party leadership campaign.

Jeremy Corbyn wins leadership in UK opposition vote

Civilians killed in heavy bombing in Aleppo

Injured civilians in the aftermath of heavy bombing in Aleppo. The photos were shared by the Syrian American Medical Society on their Twitter account.

Civilians killed and injured in Syrian city of Aleppo

Nine males, one female; divers watch turtles get frisky

Mating season ends this month.

One female, nine males, this is all part of nature for turtles

Harambe is not a patronus, sadly

Harambe is not a Patronus, JK Rowling has been forced to clarify

Need help deciding? See our top 10 old-fashioned baby names

Our top 10 old-fashioned baby names.

Are you having trouble choosing a baby name?

Baby born on the side of road en route to hospital

Emergency Services, Ambulance, QAS,  Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

A CQ newborn couldn't wait for mum to arrive at hospital

Dutch tourist advertising for Aussie man to marry

LOVE WANTED: Dutch traveller Kate, who lives at Woolgoolga, is looking for the man of her dreams.

Attention all single men 20 to 27

Hilarious obituary marks man leaving "rickety old body"

Wayne and his "favourite son Buddy".

This obituary will make you cry - tears of laughter.

Marilyn Manson wants a 'nice' girl

Marilyn Manson wants a girl who understands both of his identities

Angelina turns to Depp for consolation after divorce

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie with their six children

Angelina Jolie is reportedly being consoled by Johnny Depp

Rockhampton dancer en pointe for European stages

CENTRE STAGE: Anastasia Lewis has moved from Rockhampton to Sydney to study classical ballet.

Rocky dancer believes competitions are the perfect preparation

Conner's food distraction leads to elimination

Australian Survivor contestant Conner Bethune.

HUNGER gets to castaway as Australian Survivor's tribes merge.

Bonus point gets Dan and Carleen over the line on The Block

Dan and Carleen in their winning living and dining rooms in a scene from The Block.

BABY boomers win living and dining week as show hits halfway mark.

Olivia Wilde having a girl

Olivia Wilde revealed she is expecting a baby girl.