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OODIES CAF: The Works Burger. Tomato, beetroot, house made patty caramelised onion, cheese, egg, streaky bacon, lettuce, locally baked brioche roll.

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Speeding, dangerous drink-driver veers into cyclist

SENTENCED: Brett Bayldon outside court.

Magistrate says driver lucky to avoid jail time

LETTER: MP says Fed Govt to blame for poor NBN rollout

Leanne Donaldson says she's appalled but not surprised by the chaotic rollout of the NBN.

Sad outcome for vital nation-building projects of our generation






Ex-soldier was supplying meth

SOLDIER Joshua Stockwell served Australia with distinction but the former Army Private and Corporal was sentenced to a 12-month jail term.

Court hears of girlfriend's plea as Landon's heart stopped

Witness Mikaela Atkins leaves court.

'Please help me, his heart has stopped,' she told the hospital

'Drifting hoon' busted by backpacker

ADRIFT IN THE WET: Michael Schofield.

Teenager reminded having a licence is a privilege

Stabbed in the heart: court hears of boxer's death

Luke Turnbull.

Accused says he acted out of self-defence

Man sprung with drugs at pub party

Hayden Cook in Quay Street Bundaberg.

Magistrate says offender young and stupid

Pets chained in filth with no food

Kellie Ann Knight outside Bundaberg Courthouse.

Animals neglected: 'It's hard to be a supermum'

Mayor's welcome to RV nomads at CMCA Rally

WELCOME to CMCA members and crew and thank you for choosing the beautiful Bundaberg region as the location for your rally.

RV status brings big benefits

IT'S OFFICIAL: Mayor Jack Dempsey and CMCA representative Richard Mainey.

"Bundaberg is now well-positioned to access this lucrative market.”

Business is booming as CMCA scoots into town

RALLY AROUND: CMCA chairman Garry Lee with Cathy Lee .

Rally visitors provide economic boon for Bundaberg businesses

Mum's tearful thanks as boy is found

AN EMOTIONAL Bundaberg mother has thanked the quick response of emergency services after her son went missing in the early hours of Friday morning.

If it's flooded forget it? Bundy's divided opinion

Water comes inside a school bus as it drove in flood water.

Divided opinion on driving in flood water

Volunteering to help those who help others

LOADING UP: James Paterson and Daniel Ahern help load up sand bags at the Bundaberg SES centre.

VOLUNTEERING to help those who help others

Glasses stop the words from jumping

NEW VIEW: Reading becomes much easier for Phoenix Warner with her special glasses.

Seeing the world through coloured glasses

Not a bad word to say from CMCA rally

FANTASTIC EVENT: John and Lynn Brunott at the CMCA Rally in Bundaberg.

Rally deemed a huge success by everyone

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A whole new world for Hiba in Aladdin

HIBA Elchikhe is living out every little girl's dream as she gets to dress up as a Disney princess every day in her role as Jasmine in Aladdin The Musical.

Special meaning behind markets

BIRTHDAY PARTY: Kellie Sheehy and Cliff Crampton at Lana's Farmers Markets.

Lana's birthday celebration

Renowned comedian headlines Coast's first comedy fest

Sammy J is bring his new show Hero Complex to the inaugural Sunshine Coast Comedy Festival.

Sammy J's hit new show revolves around a 'bizarre' childhood tale

Sculpting sand masterpieces at the beach

Sandsculptures and Beach Barbecue event.

This year, the event will be held at Elliott Heads Beach.

A disgrace: Calls for double lane hwy from Gympie to Cairns

There's been a number of serious accidents on the Bruce Hwy this year, including many deaths, thankfully this one, near Raglan, was not one of them.

LNP politician grilled on state of the Bruce Hwy

Young people fear robots will steal their jobs

Nicole Robinson is a psychology PhD student at QUT who is working with robots. She is with "Andy”.

The #WTF campaign wants your ideas on this hot-button topic.

Port's yield increases by 10%

AERIAL PHOTOS: Stock Photos of Bundaberg Region Port Bundaberg.

September boasts record wood pellet and silica exports

Honey, the gig is gold

APIARISTS: Ben and Darren Pratt attend to their hives on a local Macadamia farm.

Business is buzzing for Bundaberg Honey

Dangerous iPhone scam easy to fall for

The one of the left is legitimate, while the one on the right is not.

Credit card and personal details could be taken in seconds

Big nights slow down mushroom pickers, says supervisor

COURT: Mushroom piece rates are under scrutiny in worker underpayment case.

Supervisor testified in alleged $646k underpayment trial

Women pictured during orgasm: ‘The O Project’

‘The O Project’ by photographer Marcus Alberti captures women’s expressions before...

Coroner verdict on Police shootings

Qld Police badge

Police need to treat mental illness as “core business”.

Athletics

GOLD MEDALS: Jonty Murdoch with his medals he won at the Queensland School Sport Track and Field event.

Liam Taske and Jonty Murdoch with their medals at the track and field event.

Adani protest

Crowd protesting in Brisbane.

A crowd has gathered outside Adani headquarters in Brisbane.

COMING SOON: Lock and start your car from your phone

Holden will soon launch an app which will enable you to control various functions in your car.

How to lose weight in 20 mins a day

It is possible to lose weight in 20 minutes a day. But you’ll probably need to back away from biscuit tin too. Picture: Geri Farr

It is possible to lose weight with just 20 minutes of exercise a day

Same sex marriage legal by Christmas if yes succeeds

PM Malcolm Turnbull did a Facebook Live with news.com.au. Picture Kym Smith

Turnbull says the issue will be decided by Christmas

Don't take the risk: If it's flooded, forget it

Motorist risks floodwaters at North Arm-Yandina Creek, east of Targoo Road, this week.

Think your car can handle floodwaters? Think again.

Big problem with our big car obsession

More people are surviving crashes if they’re riding large cars, but the same isn’t the case for smaller cars they hit. Picture: Sam Rosewarne

The old days of a two-door low-level ute are over

QCWA's first leader a visionary

Founding president of the QCWA Ruth Fairfax.

Ruth Fairfax, a quintessential countrywoman.

QCWA: Fresh faces bring new future

President of Brisbane City Nights Branch Nikki Verrall (front) with Brisbane City Nights Branch Vice President Rachael Hartikainen and QCWA State President Joy Coulson - Picture: Richard Walker/RDW Photography 041017

Meet the future of a vital organisation

Karl ‘held hostage’ at Today

LESS than a week after his co-host jumped ship to Network Ten, Karl is reportedly getting itchy feet — but not if Nine has anything to say about it.

Barry Du Bois' heartbreaking cancer revelation

TV personality Barry Du Bois made an emotional announcement on last night’s The Living Room, revealing his new cancer diagnosis. Picture Chris Pavlich

Barry Du Bois spoke about what was in store for him

Luke McGregor on tackling his fears in Rosehaven

Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor in a scene from season two of Rosehaven.

Comedian's on-screen character has to go home to make it.

It's a Thor thing: Why Ragnarok is something to marvel at

FRIENDS FROM WORK: Avengers Thor and The Hulk face off in Thor: Ragnarok.

It was time to put new life into the character, star says.

Mackay real estate agent urges banks to move

Who's leading who when it comes to the housing market?

Willy-nilly lending burst a bubble, but agent urges banks to change

Church says no immediate plans to develop Alex Head site

Plans show the layout for 338 new units to be built by the Uniting Church at Alexandra Headland.

Church gives portion of land to the council for environmental park

Open for inspection homes October 19 - 25

Check out this weekend's homes open for inspection.

HIGH-RISES: Green light for 20-storey buildings in Hervey Bay

SKYSCRAPER PLANS: A concept design of the proposed skyscraper development in Urangan, which was approved by the Fraser Coast Regional Council at yesterday's meeting.

Councillors voted 8-3 to give the project preliminary approval.

Unemployed woman explains why Adani matters to her

ADANI EXCITEMENT: Rockhampton local Jo Boyd says Adani FIFO jobs are great news for the region.

Jo Boyd says she wants a better life and work delivers this

Adani mine beckons ‘old fella’

Rickey Didmon, aged 55, wants a job but has been told he is both underqualified and overqualified. Picture: Evan Morgan

The 55-year-old has more than enough qualifications

What school leavers must do to land a job

School leavers who want a job next year must start preparing now.

School is ending - here is how to become workforce ready

Which state has the highest salary?

Mining, resources and energy workers are some of the best paid in Australia

Which state has the highest salary?

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2018 Kia Sorento launches with true technical colours

2018 Kia Sorento GT Diesel.

The 2018 Kia Sorento has been launched.

Volvo's new Polestar offshoot blazing electric trail

Polestar, a new stand-alone premium electric-vehicle company owned by Volvo

Volvo's new premium brand Polestar is gunning for Tesla.

Return of Honda Type R shows poise and punch

The Honda Civic Type R has returned.

The prized Honda Type R has made a triumphant return.

Last Australian car to be built today

The 2017 Holden Commodore on the production line in Elizabeth. Photo: Joshua Dowling.

Ford, Toyota and Holden shut their factories today

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