Community News

Wed 17 Jul 2019

Police appeal for information after fire near school

Police appeal for information after fire near school

A SMALL vegetation fire was discovered in the early hours of this morning by patrolling police.

RBT BLITZ: Bundy drivers well behaved in morning operation

premium_icon RBT BLITZ: Bundy drivers well behaved in morning operation

BUNDABERG police were out in force this morning conducting an RBT operation on Bargara Rd.

Our hero firefighters recognised for their service

premium_icon Our hero firefighters recognised for their service

THEY fight on the frontline of fire and are first responders to horrific crashes and yesterday some of our fireys were honoured with medals for their services.

Warnings after teen collapses on mountain climb

premium_icon Warnings after teen collapses on mountain climb

16yo schoolgirl airlifted off the mountain, as local SES boss warns of the danger

Man cops court penalty after mate commits store robbery

premium_icon Man cops court penalty after mate commits store robbery

A 40-YEAR-OLD man has added nearly $1000 to his hefty sper debt after appearing in Bundaberg Magistrates Court on Monday.

ICY START: Temps plummet to 2.7 degrees in parts of region

premium_icon ICY START: Temps plummet to 2.7 degrees in parts of region

IT WAS another chilly night in the Bundaberg region and the single digit temperatures are set to stick around for another couple of days.

Tue 16 Jul 2019

Drovers on move across the state

premium_icon Drovers on move across the state

AS much of Queensland faces drought conditions, drovers on horseback are taking back to the land.

LNP's burning questions about bushfire review report

premium_icon LNP's burning questions about bushfire review report

OPPOSITION Leader Deb Frecklington has slammed the 2018 Queensland Bushfires Review Report saying it fails to investigate key disaster prevention concerns.

Department warns boaties to steer clear of whales

premium_icon Department warns boaties to steer clear of whales

THE Department of Environment and Science are urging caution for boaties as whales make their way along our shorelines.

Mon 15 Jul 2019

Drink driver counts cost of kind act for stranger

premium_icon Drink driver counts cost of kind act for stranger

A 20-YEAR-OLD'S decision to drive a stranger home could have been fatal after a crash on Anzac Day.

Pride and passion on show at Turkey Beach Bash

premium_icon Pride and passion on show at Turkey Beach Bash

FOR many, the Turkey Beach Tractor Bash is more than just a small community show - it's a chance to share their pride and joy with others.

Helping Hands go green for the kids

premium_icon Helping Hands go green for the kids

WHAT do you do when you have a passion for healthy food and a perfectly good empty plot of land? You build a garden, of course.

Thirty year reunion gets past Kepnock students together

premium_icon Thirty year reunion gets past Kepnock students together

IT IS well known that after high school, friendships and connections can fade away. But one Bundy class had a very special reunion.

Sat 13 Jul 2019

Fuel drive off, gym thief and shoe napper face court

premium_icon Fuel drive off, gym thief and shoe napper face court

STICKY fingered thieves were slapped with fines in Bundaberg Magistrates Court.

Fri 12 Jul 2019

Pellet exports to double at Bundy Port thanks to new deal

premium_icon Pellet exports to double at Bundy Port thanks to new deal

MORE jobs and economic growth are on the way for the Bundaberg region with a deal being finalised which will see Bundaberg Port exports double.

Thu 11 Jul 2019

Bundy to be showcased at annual Brisbane food event

premium_icon Bundy to be showcased at annual Brisbane food event

A LOCAL food company will fly the Bundaberg flag in Brisbane next weekend for the annual Regional Flavours event.

LifeFlight missions soar as crews call for a doctor onboard

premium_icon LifeFlight missions soar as crews call for a doctor onboard

THE 2018-19 financial year has been busy for the Bundaberg RACQ LifeFlight rescue helicopter crew after recording the most missions in their 22 year history.

Wed 10 Jul 2019

New trees thriving despite little rainfall

premium_icon New trees thriving despite little rainfall

A GROUP of new Red Cedar trees have been planted in Bundaberg to bring the species back to the region.

IN COURT: See who is set to appear in Bundaberg court today

premium_icon IN COURT: See who is set to appear in Bundaberg court today

SEE who is listed to appear in Bundaberg Magistrates Court today.

What CQU's new vice chancellor has planned for uni

premium_icon What CQU's new vice chancellor has planned for uni

CQUNIVERSITY'S new Vice Chancellor has been in the job for five months and yesterday he released his strategic plan for the university for the next five years.

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