Community News

Sun 12 Jul 2020

Man taken to hospital after crashing into barbed wire fence

premium_icon Man taken to hospital after crashing into barbed wire fence

THE patient was transported to hospital in a stable condition.

Upgrades continue to improve safety on region’s roads

premium_icon Upgrades continue to improve safety on region’s roads

An intersection known to present ‘near-misses’ has received safety upgrades, as part of the $5 million roadworks project.

Bundy cafe owner encourages Australia to visit region

premium_icon Bundy cafe owner encourages Australia to visit region

A local business owner and recipient of the Queensland Tourism Awards featured on the nationally broadcasted program to showcase the Bundaberg region.

Bundaberg heads back in time with weekend at the flicks

premium_icon Bundaberg heads back in time with weekend at the flicks

Grab your bomber jacket and grease up your hair as Bundy travels back in time to a forgotten era.

Sat 11 Jul 2020

Run a mile in their shoes: Help rescue service fly in July

premium_icon Run a mile in their shoes: Help rescue service fly in July

Whether you walk or run, here’s how Bundaberg can help raise funds for a local rescue organisation

Fri 10 Jul 2020

Tributes flow: ‘Gazza was one of a kind’

premium_icon Tributes flow: ‘Gazza was one of a kind’

Friends and family remember a genuine man who made a positive difference to the lives of many

Brighten up: Upbeat news from around the region

premium_icon Brighten up: Upbeat news from around the region

Here are just some of the things that happened in Bundy this week, that made us smile.

Thu 9 Jul 2020

‘Bring back bustle’: Ideas to revitalise Bundy’s Bourbong St

premium_icon ‘Bring back bustle’: Ideas to revitalise Bundy’s Bourbong St

A successful businesswoman and fashionista has a few tricks up her sleeve to help give her hometown of Bundaberg a boost.

Wed 8 Jul 2020

Growing connections: Region celebrates female professionals

premium_icon Growing connections: Region celebrates female professionals

Industry professionals are encouraged to attend the luncheon and tour, which aims to offer a space for connection, networking and sharing.

Tue 7 Jul 2020

BIG BUSINESS: Whales make a splash as season starts

premium_icon BIG BUSINESS: Whales make a splash as season starts

Sunday marked the first day of the season and dolphins and whales put on a show for eager spectators

Mon 6 Jul 2020

Reduce speed: Flashing signs to be installed across region

premium_icon Reduce speed: Flashing signs to be installed across region

The flashing speed signs will be installed in four areas of the Bundaberg region, as part of the State Government’s $1 billion project.

APPLY WITHIN: Here are 33 jobs available in Bundaberg region

premium_icon APPLY WITHIN: Here are 33 jobs available in Bundaberg region

Do you want to pursue a career in sales, community services or administration? Or maybe as a barber or pilates instructor? There is something for everyone on this list...

Sun 5 Jul 2020

Farm animal rescue fundraising to build new fence

Farm animal rescue fundraising to build new fence

ANDREW and Kylie Bickerton started Kind & Friendly to Chickens about two years ago in the hopes of helping chooks in need have a forever home.

Friends, neighbours mourn ‘fantastic’ dad killed by shark

premium_icon Friends, neighbours mourn ‘fantastic’ dad killed by shark

The elderly neighbour of a Sunshine Coast man killed by a shark says she wishes she had died instead so he could keep being the amazing father he was known for.

Sat 4 Jul 2020

Bundy drivers given 760,000 reasons to check car

premium_icon Bundy drivers given 760,000 reasons to check car

Why you should make time to take a look under the bonnet of your car soon

Fri 3 Jul 2020

Rebuild and recover: Wide Bay communities urged to apply for grants

premium_icon Rebuild and recover: Wide Bay communities urged to apply for...

Two organisations hope to allocate funds to regional and rural communities who would benefit from the bushfire grant, including Wide Bay.

Labor candidate weighs in on voluntary assisted dying debate

premium_icon Labor candidate weighs in on voluntary assisted dying debate

Tom Smith hosted a meeting with members of Dying With Dignity this week as discussion about the legislation continues.

Thu 2 Jul 2020

Round of appl-aws for local foundation raising funds for appeal

premium_icon Round of appl-aws for local foundation raising funds for...

Can you help? With the assistance of other organisations, Bundaberg residents are encouraged to donate funds needed to ensure the important work of assistance dogs can...

Hearts still fluttering on 70th anniversary for social butterflies

premium_icon Hearts still fluttering on 70th anniversary for social...

LOVE blooms in a variety of ways and for these social butterflies, it all started when doing what they enjoy most

Wed 1 Jul 2020

Business thanks community for support on first birthday

premium_icon Business thanks community for support on first birthday

CELEBRATING its first year in business, a local café is serving up more than quality food today.

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