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Full steam ahead for Sorenson

Owner Chris Sorenson (left) with the organiser of the 2019 National Veteran Vehicle Rally, Terry Lewis .

The Model J Grout is as rare as it gets.

Bundaberg Hospital ED patients kept waiting

Stats show at-risk patients made to wait

Spotlight on small businesses

Employment and Business Minister Shannon Fentiman.

100 Faces of Small Business campaign now open






Mum had ice and five bongs

ZOEE Rhieannen King smoked five bongs the night before she decided to go out for a morning drive.

Unlicensed painter off the roads

Make sure your licence is up to date.

Man driving with SPER suspended

Blind man's attacker walks free from court

Blind Bundaberg man Graeme Raines was assaulted on Wongarra St.

Lutz also faced a whopping 25 other charges

Driver cops $400 fine for after wine

Walsh pleaded guilty to drink driving.

Walsh pleaded guilty to drink driving

Two schooners too many for Bucca driver

Kirsty Ann Wood busted for drink driving.

The car was being driven by a learner driver

Wright was wrong to smoke pot before drive

Jake Andrew Wright pleaded guilty to drug driving.

The 23-year-old man pleaded guilty to drug driving

Agnes kangaroo sanctuary is looking for help

Sanctuary owners have a full-on job and need a break.

Small hall makes a big impact

DEGILBO HALL REPLICA: Biggenden's Moira Thompson attended the Woodford Folk Festival to find a quaint and beautiful Small Hall venue, modelled on Degilbo Hall.

North Burnett hall replica shines at Woodford.

Big year ahead for Monto tennis court

GAME, SET: Monto Tennis Club president Rob Bygrave felt a great sense of achievement as work on the court nears completion.

New lights and surface for Monto tennis court.

Irukandji discovered off Fraser Island

STINGERS: Hervey Bay life saver Darren Everard at one of the drags conducted on Fraser Island over the weekend.

The specie was identified by a JCU professor.

WATCH: Snake catcher's video busts deadly myth about species

MAKING MYTHS HISSTORY: Snake catcher Kris Foster.

Venomous snakes can climb, and this video proves it.

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Cooroy is where the Wild Things roam for body art festival

THE Australian Body Art Festival theme launch has ensured visitors to Cooroy Farmers and Artisans Market had a wilder, more colourful experience than usual.

Help Toowoomba woman who lost everything in fire

Emergency crews are battling a blaze in Rangeville after a vehicle in a carport caught fire.

She raced home to watch firefighters battle the blaze

Fantastic days to go swimming

FUN: Brisbane's Charlie and Andrew Forsythe loving life at Elliott Heads.

And a small chance of catching a good wave

AEIOU open day focuses on autism information

OPEN DAY: AEIOU will open its doors today to provide education and autism support in Bundaberg.

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Learn about benefits of early intervention

JUST IN: Dredging of port gets underway

AERIAL PHOTOS: Stock Photos of Bundaberg Region Port Bundaberg.

Build-up has hindered vessels in the river

Popular Gympie supermarket to close its doors next month

A Gympie supermarket will close its doors for 10 days next month,

The supermarket will remain closed for 10 days

Surf club has room with a view for events

BEACH VENUE:  Bundaberg Surf Lifesaving Club president John McGregor and functions co-ordinator Kris Johnson.

We were now running the place for functions

A Pepsi deal could see Bundaberg get a new super brewery

NEW PLANT: Cliff Fleming, founder of Bundaberg Brewed Drinks, has backed a new plant to be built in Bundaberg.

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks celebrates 50 years

Chiquita's big closing down sale

CHIQUITA'S Fashion in the main street of Bundaberg aren't giving up just yet.

Women's fashion sale selling after 35 years

Bowls Socials

BOWLS: Marker Helen Foster at the junior state titles at the Burnett Bowls Club.

The junior state titles at the Burnett Bowls Club.

Bowls - Junior State Finals

TRIPLES BOWLS: Nick Cahill at the junior state titles.

Bowls - Junior State Finals

Meghan and Harry wow the Welsh

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive in Brixton, southwest London, Britain, 09 January 2018. The couple visit the Reprezent radio station in Brixton, for their second official public engagement together.

Royals visit Cardiff on their third official engagement together.

The Wolters Family

FAMILY ADVENTURE: Cloe Wolters.

The Wolters Family are about to embark on a cycle trip around Australia to raise...

Bowen local delivers vile spray at Adani protesters

An Adani activist speaks with the Bowen local in an exchange which left the protester “shaken” but was widely supported on social media.

Angry local films himself delivering expletive laden spray at protesters.

This is not good news for surfers

SURFERS are three times more likely to have dangerous superbugs in their bodies than non-surfers.

These tricks will save you $10k a year

This wealth management expert has five simple tips that could help you save $10,000 by the end of the year — and they really couldn't be easier.

Five simple tips that will ensure you save $200 every week

I lost 20kg in nine months

Amanda Tiffen lost 20kg in nine months after quitting sugar and has written a best selling book about her experience.

She thought she was eating the right foods, but still gained weight

Snake slithers into woman’s bed

Adele Mallard was terrified when she woke up to find a snake in her bed at her Rangewood home. Picture: Evan Morgan

Slithering snake in bed wakes up Queensland woman

Balancing expectations key to battling first day nerves

5-year-old Evie O'Sullivan of Brassall will be starting her first day of Prep class next week when school goes back.

Psychologist says regular talk about school in lead up essential

Mystery over ‘home birth’ death

She leaves behind six children, including a healthy newborn baby boy.

Mystery surrounds death of woman who opted for home birth

Create a jungle vibe with this striking indoor plant

Monsteras feature striking foliage.

Add a tropical feel to your home with this easy-care plant.

Tom Petty died of ‘accidental overdose’

AFTER months of speculation, an autopsy report has revealed how legendary US rocker Tom Petty died when he suffered a cardiac arrest.

Oprah Winfrey’s major moments

In this Nov. 20, 2013, file photo, Oprah Winfrey listens in the East Room of the White House in Washington, during a ceremony where President Barack Obama awarded Presidential Medals of Freedom.

Here are the biggest moments from Oprah’s unbelievable career.

First look: surprise Dundee reboot

Danny McBride stars as Mick Dundee’s son in the reboot.

A reboot of iconic Aussie film Crocodile Dundee has been revealed

It's 150 steps to the beach

Ocean views forever from stunning beach-side location

Break into Toowoomba housing market: 'You only need $1000'

PERFECT FIT: Josh and Sacha Von Blanckensee are thrilled with their new two-bedroom home.

The homes are designed so they can easily be extended

Historic home sets auction record in North Toowoomba

11 Gentle Street, North Toowoomba.

Gentle Street home sets record for auction sale in city's north

Mackay renters in top ten most vulnerable regional areas

Alex Verbyla in his Byron St, East Mackay home, faces uncertainty over housing.

New research shows Mackay families struggling to pay rent

M'boro prison needs to fill 10-15 full-time jobs

PRISON JOBS: Maryborough Correctional Centre General Manager Louise Kneeshaw says new job oppotunities will help curb overcrowding.

There are 10-15 positions available. All you need to know inside.

How Australia chucks a sickie

Taking a sickie is popular with Australians.

ALMOST half of us are chucking a sickie when we take sick leave

How Aussies can survive robot takeover

Getting a job was already competitive for young Aussies, and automation means they’ll have to brush up on skills that employers used to ignore. Picture: iStock

Millenials aren't just fighting each other, they're fighting robots

premium_icon Public servants brace for change from overhaul

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk swears in during a ceremony at Government House in Brisbane, Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Ms Palaszczuk's cabinet was today sworn in after winning the November 25 state election.

Queensland's top bureaucrats have been warned to expect changes

premium_icon Revealed: The most in-demand workers of 2017

Demand for tradies has significantly increased.

Demand for some workers rebounds in 2017

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Bathurst 12-hour: the other great race at Mount Panorama

Spectacular backdrop: Mount Panorama will be open for business again soon. Pic: Supplied.

Get set for some exciting production car racing.

Australian roads ‘not ready’ for driverless cars

Mercedes-Benz is trialling autonomous vehicles in Australia. Picture: Joshua Dowling.

Report reveals roads need infrastructure improvements.

Hyundai’s coming Ioniq makes a power point

The new Hyundai Ioniq will arrive mid-year in Australia.

Here comes Hyundai's answer to the Toyota Prius.

Revealed: Whincup’s new Red Bull wheels

Jamie Whincup gives a sneak peak of his new Holden ZB Red Bull.

First look at Jamie Whincup’s new Red Bull Racing ZB Commodore

Driver in head-on crash was four times the limit

Christopher Peter OBeirne pleaded guilty today in the Rockhampton Magistrates Court to one count of drink driving. He had a BAC of 0.222 and claims he had taken a sleeping tablet the night he drunk drove his car into a street light.

He had a BAC of 0.222 - over four times the legal limit

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