BABY boomers from Australia's capital cities could drive housing demand in Bundaberg for the next 20 years but only if stakeholders act now.
BMA is under investigation from the Fair Work Ombudsman for it's switch of tug boat operators at Hay Point.
AS BUNDABERG approaches the magical 100,000 population number the city can expect an economic boom unlike anything it has ever seen before.
NEW homes are being snapped up by people keen to seize on the State Government's $20,000 Queensland First Home Owner's Grant.
KEEN to escape the Sydney rat race, Stephen and Esther Mazza sold their family home and moved to Bundaberg, joining the growing number of baby boomers coming.
BUNDABERG has the third-cheapest fuel prices in the state, with strong competition driving prices down.
RATEPAYERS will fork out a total of $8000 for councillors to travel to Nanning which council says is a small investment that will benefit the region.
A TWO-STOREY Queenslander has been destroyed after a fire broke out at a Maryborough St property.
YOU know that feeling you get when you're craving a quarter-chicken and chips with gravy at 1am but then realise chicken shops in Bundy are closed.
EMERGENCY services attended a single-vehicle crash on the Isis Hwy.