Leah Kidd

Leah Kidd
  • Joined: Dec 2012
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Published a story 5:29am Jan 31st

INDEPENDENT candidate for Burnett Peter Wyatt says other Burnett and Bundaberg candidates have been plonking their corflute signs too close to the road.

Corflutes a confusing sign

30 Jan 2015

INDEPENDENT candidate for Burnett Peter Wyatt says other Burnett and Bundaberg candidates have been plonking their corflute signs too close to the road.

Published a story 5:28am Jan 31st

HOMEART on Bourbong St is closing down as the company with 116 stores and 600 staff Australia-wide goes into voluntary administration.

Homeart shutting down in city CBD

31 Jan 2015

HOMEART on Bourbong St is closing down as the company with 116 stores and 600 staff Australia-wide goes into voluntary administration.

Published a story 8:17am Jan 30th

FEARS koala corridors in Wonbah could come under threat if the State Government agrees to sell a parcel of its land.

Koala home may be sold

30 Jan 2015

FEARS koala corridors in Wonbah could come under threat if the State Government agrees to sell a parcel of its land.

Published a story 6:10pm Jan 29th

MORE than 500 Jehovah’s Witnesses will head to Maryborough this weekend for a program the religion is delivering globally.

Witnesses off for global talk

30 Jan 2015

MORE than 500 Jehovah’s Witnesses will head to Maryborough this weekend for a program the religion is delivering globally.

Published a story 6:01pm Jan 28th

THE Bundaberg Regional Councillors will receive a 2.3% payrise.

Councillors a richer bunch from July 1

29 Jan 2015

THE Bundaberg Regional Councillors will receive a 2.3% payrise.

Published a story 5:47pm Jan 28th

WALTER Whitbread will dedicate his days to holding this sign in protest of the LNP’s plan to lease assets.

Fears power will rest in hands of China

29 Jan 2015

WALTER Whitbread will dedicate his days to holding this sign in protest of the LNP’s plan to lease assets.

Published a story 8:10am Jan 27th

NOT4Sale activists are causing waves in the election campaign waters, claiming not to be aligned with one political party but handing out pro-Labor flyers.

Not4Sale say not pro-Labor, but cards say put ALP first

27 Jan 2015

NOT4Sale activists are causing waves in the election campaign waters, claiming not to be aligned with one political party but handing out pro-Labor flyers.

Published a story 6:58pm Jan 23rd

DO YOU like vegemite, and cheese?

Vegemite pizza crust, it’s real

24 Jan 2015

DO YOU like vegemite, and cheese?

Published a story 11:41am Jan 21st

THE Bundaberg Regional Council says the weather event forecast for region is unlikely to have a significant impact on Bundaberg and the surrounding regions.

Council says weather event unlikely to be significant

21 Jan 2015

THE Bundaberg Regional Council says the weather event forecast for region is unlikely to have a significant impact on Bundaberg and the surrounding regions.

Published a story 10:56pm Jan 20th

LEGALISING marijuana and growing Indian hemp in the Burnett were two unexpected topics to come out of the meet the candidates forum.

Marijuana, jobs and assets dominate forum

21 Jan 2015

LEGALISING marijuana and growing Indian hemp in the Burnett were two unexpected topics to come out of the meet the candidates forum.

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