Community News

Mon 12 Feb 2018

Police warn of latest 'very convincing' 'Telstra' scam

Police warn of latest 'very convincing' 'Telstra' scam

"There are never any circumstances where a legitimate business or government department will ask for payment using an iTunes gift card."

Sun 11 Feb 2018

Push to bring home memorabilia

Push to bring home memorabilia

OUR Glad Association begins new campaign to have Gladys Moncrieff collections reunited at home in Bundaberg.

Sat 10 Feb 2018

Zunker St speed limit to be reduced to 50km an hour

Zunker St speed limit to be reduced to 50km an hour

IF YOU'RE driving down Zunker St on Monday make sure to check your speedometer.

A fare go for Vets

A fare go for Vets

BUNDABERG veterans can now access cheaper public transport in Queensland thanks to the government's white card concession scheme.

Telstra experts hitting the road

Telstra experts hitting the road

TELSTRA is hitting the road this month to reach more of its remote customers, including at Monto and Gayndah.

Official unveiling of bold mural

Official unveiling of bold mural

BUNDABERG Regional Council and Creative Regions' project comes to fruition.

Agnes Water off-leash saga continues to dog council

Agnes Water off-leash saga continues to dog council

Mayor speaks out on issue affecting Agnes Water residents.

Council to purchase Miriam Vale land for aged care housing

Council to purchase Miriam Vale land for aged care housing

Council this week decided to negotiated the purchase of a 8700sqm block next to Sunset Lodge.

Fri 9 Feb 2018

Parkrun to celebrate with Zooper Doopers and cake

Parkrun to celebrate with Zooper Doopers and cake

WHETHER you're in Bundaberg or Bargara, parkrun is a runaway success in our region.

Wed 7 Feb 2018

Ready to die on their own terms

Ready to die on their own terms

IT WAS a sea of grey hair and a wave of support at the public meeting about dying presented by Philip Nitschke.

Tue 6 Feb 2018

Black Spot works to make roundabout safer

Black Spot works to make roundabout safer

SAFETY improvements will be under way on the Woondooma and Tantitha Streets intersection this week

Mon 5 Feb 2018

First joint fire training

First joint fire training

MEMBERS of the Queensland Rural Fire Service from around the Bundaberg region joined forces for the first training session on the year.

Sun 4 Feb 2018

Bundaberg records its coldest summer day

Bundaberg records its coldest summer day

IF YOU thought it was a little chilly at your place this weekend you were right.

Sat 3 Feb 2018

'Nobody has given up': Family shocked by cold case arrest

'Nobody has given up': Family shocked by cold case arrest

VIVID memories of a young man who was easily led astray came flooding back to Robert Grayson's family this week, almost 25 years after he disappeared.

Students hit the road in new bus

Students hit the road in new bus

NO ONE is being left behind at Bundaberg Special School now that its new bus has arrived.

Rates bill on the way to letterbox

Rates bill on the way to letterbox

HOLD on to your bank accounts, council rate notices for the half-year period ending June 30 will be dropping into letterboxes soon.

Police chip in to replace lost pension

Police chip in to replace lost pension

WHEN Bundaberg disability pensioner Carol Arthurson lost her purse containing her $450 pension she was devastated.

Thu 1 Feb 2018

'I lost my toe and my licence'

'I lost my toe and my licence'

IF LOSING his toe wasn't enough, a Bundaberg man has lost his driver's licence after what he claims "a lack of communication” at the Bundaberg Hospital.

Wed 31 Jan 2018

Councillors back Jack in stoush over motion

Councillors back Jack in stoush over motion

COUNCILLOR Greg Barnes was not shut down in this week's ordinary meeting of council, according to a number of fellow councillors.

New Bundy street littered with skid marks

New Bundy street littered with skid marks

THICK black skid marks, some more than 50 metres long, swerve along the bitumen of a new Bundaberg road.

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