Community News

Thu 21 Feb 2019

BoM explains how every Cyclone Oma scenario impacts Bundy

premium_icon BoM explains how every Cyclone Oma scenario impacts Bundy

GALE-force winds and heavy rainfall could be on the cards for Bundaberg as the possibility arises that Oma may linger off the Fraser coastline.

TC Oma could bring the rain our farmers so desperately need

premium_icon TC Oma could bring the rain our farmers so desperately need

AS THE region braces for Tropical Cyclone Oma, large amounts of rain to come with the weather event could be saving grace struggling growers need.

Police save Mr C Food from the Crusty Crab restaurant

Police save Mr C Food from the Crusty Crab restaurant

BUNDABERG Police were conducting routine evening patrols of the Riverside Parklands when they encountered this rather feisty individual.

Cyclone watch issued for Bundaberg

Cyclone watch issued for Bundaberg

A CYCLONE watch has been issued for coastal parts of southeast Queensland, including Bundaberg, and northern New South Wales.

FISH DEATHS: Thousands of dead fish at Bundy gardens

premium_icon FISH DEATHS: Thousands of dead fish at Bundy gardens

THOUSANDS of dead fish have lined one of the ponds at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens.

Quota celebrates 100 years of service and 30 in Bundy

Quota celebrates 100 years of service and 30 in Bundy

AS QUOTA International celebrates its centenary, the local group will mark three decades.

White China wins hearts with top restaurant victory

premium_icon White China wins hearts with top restaurant victory

BUNDY has it's fair share of Chinese restaurants, but there's one that won the hearts of Australians more than the rest.

First female candidate sets sights on Hinkler seat

premium_icon First female candidate sets sights on Hinkler seat

ANNE Jackson is dedicated to giving a voice to the voiceless in the region.

Wed 20 Feb 2019

'Bargara community need to embrace what's happening'

premium_icon 'Bargara community need to embrace what's happening'

DEPUTY mayor Bill Trevor says there's no reason for the community to be fearful when it comes to Bargara's Customer Service and Cultural and Community Centre.

Bundy girl wins pinup pageant title

premium_icon Bundy girl wins pinup pageant title

Bundaberg woman crowned Miss Melon 'Love' at Chinchilla's Melon festival over the weekend.

Police investigate wild brawl involving teens

premium_icon Police investigate wild brawl involving teens

BUNDABERG police are conducting investigations into a violent fight at a Bundaberg school on Monday, which was filmed and shared online.

BIG WET: Possibility of 300mm rainfall for Bundy

premium_icon BIG WET: Possibility of 300mm rainfall for Bundy

Rainfall is predicted to easily reach more than 300mm in a day as Tropical Cyclone Oma tracks towards the coast.

New business: One door closes, another opens for hairdresser

premium_icon New business: One door closes, another opens for hairdresser

AFTER the closure of the hair salon she worked at in Bargara, former employee Peri Duffy has opened her own salon.

Wild brawl: Expert explains how to avoid conflict

premium_icon Wild brawl: Expert explains how to avoid conflict

VIOLENT behaviour should never be a form of conflict resolution, especially in the school system.

No horsing around for 106-year-old Hilda

premium_icon No horsing around for 106-year-old Hilda

A MINIATURE pony was the perfect birthday gift for Hilda Payne who recently celebrated her 106th birthday on Valentine's Day.

NewsMail journalist the definition of a long-time local

premium_icon NewsMail journalist the definition of a long-time local

Journalist Tahlia Stehbens digs into the success of her German ancestors farming in Bundaberg.

Tue 19 Feb 2019

Thieves do a runner with sports store clothing

premium_icon Thieves do a runner with sports store clothing

UP TO thousands of dollars in clothing have been stolen from a Bundaberg sports store with suspected ties to a similar break and enter hours earlier.

Bundaberg's big win at Matilda Awards

premium_icon Bundaberg's big win at Matilda Awards

BUNDABERG'S Jackson McGovern has taken out a prestigious award for Queensland best and brightest in performing arts.

Bundy farm has its eyes on the prize

premium_icon Bundy farm has its eyes on the prize

A Bundy farm is a finalist in The Weekly Times farmer of the year competition.

Tobruk operators could face further delays on tourist dives

premium_icon Tobruk operators could face further delays on tourist dives

THE much-anticipated opening of the Tobruk divesite is less than a week away, but dive operators are skeptical as to whether they'll be able take tourists out.

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