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Fri 11 Jan 2019

Donated trees bring new life and new hope

premium_icon Donated trees bring new life and new hope

Bushfire victims will be able to plant their own new shoots.

Big things are brewing for Waterview Distillery

premium_icon Big things are brewing for Waterview Distillery

IF THERE wasn't already enough growth to look forward to this year, a local distillery has major plans and the hopes of bringing 100 jobs to the region.

Thu 10 Jan 2019

Deepwater recovery in full swing

Deepwater recovery in full swing

DISASTER response teams have been busy helping Deepwater residents get back on their feet after the destructive fires of November and December last year.

Bundy lawyer queries cashless card resistance

premium_icon Bundy lawyer queries cashless card resistance

'I have the utmost respect for teachers as I am firmly of the view that both education and positive role modelling changes children's lives.'

Concerns Newstart shake-up sends the wrong message

premium_icon Concerns Newstart shake-up sends the wrong message

'THE Labor Party's plan to remove mutual obligations for those on Newstart - fully supported by the Labor candidate for Hinkler - is a plan to do nothing.'

Wongs' golden era starts to wind down

premium_icon Wongs' golden era starts to wind down

THERE wouldn't be many people in Bundaberg that don't have a memory of biting into a hot and crispy golden chip from Busy Bee Fish Bar.

Wed 9 Jan 2019

Pastor's message to church vandals: 'We still love you'

premium_icon Pastor's message to church vandals: 'We still love you'

THE lead pastor of a Bundaberg church has spoken out after finding hateful and explicit graffiti sprawled across the side of the building.

Tue 8 Jan 2019

Life-changing experience ahead for Burnett nurse

Life-changing experience ahead for Burnett nurse

LUNCHTIME Sunday Linda Fuller will be flying across the world to Africa for what will be a life changing experience.

Aircraft crashes en route to Bundaberg

Aircraft crashes en route to Bundaberg

AN AIRCRAFT with a single occupant has crashed in remote bushland south of Mundubbera.

Mon 7 Jan 2019

Police break silence on smashing car windows to save pets

Police break silence on smashing car windows to save pets

Police have shed light on what lengths people can go to save the life of our four-legged friends.

Bundy's most viewed local stories of 2018

premium_icon Bundy's most viewed local stories of 2018

Online stories that interested Bundy readers the most last year.

Eight in two weeks: Irukandji stings up, but not abnormal

Eight in two weeks: Irukandji stings up, but not abnormal

A CHALLENGING trip to Fraser Island for Lifeflight's Bundaberg helicopter has marked the eighth suspected irukandji sting in about two weeks.

Sun 6 Jan 2019

'Everyday workers':The jobs predicted to boom

premium_icon 'Everyday workers':The jobs predicted to boom

TECH roles may be considered the jobs of the future but Australia's booming population is creating demand for 'everyday' workers.

Sat 5 Jan 2019

Hundreds gather to farewell former Hinkler MP Paul Neville

premium_icon Hundreds gather to farewell former Hinkler MP Paul Neville

NOT a spare seat could be found in the Holy Rosary Catholic Church for former Hinkler MP Paul Neville's funeral in Bundaberg today.

Woman hospitalised after two-vehicle crash

Woman hospitalised after two-vehicle crash

A WOMAN has been taken to Bundaberg Hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Meadowvale.

Fri 4 Jan 2019

Police hunt teen gang targeting Bundy suburb

premium_icon Police hunt teen gang targeting Bundy suburb

POLICE are searching for three teenage boys after items were stolen from multiple homes.

Dressmaker turned doll creator: Her craft is no child's play

premium_icon Dressmaker turned doll creator: Her craft is no child's play

WHEN Carole Williams attended her first porcelain doll making class in 2002 she never wanted to paint another doll.

Educators debunk Keith Pitt's big claim about school kids

premium_icon Educators debunk Keith Pitt's big claim about school kids

ACTING Education Minister Kate Jones has hit out at member for Hinkler Keith Pitt's claims students in the region are aspiring to go on the dole.

Staggering amount of rubbish picked up at Agnes beach

premium_icon Staggering amount of rubbish picked up at Agnes beach

Four-and-a-half kilograms of rubbish was collected from Main Beach.

Man attacks single mums on welfare for going out on NYE

premium_icon Man attacks single mums on welfare for going out on NYE

A SOCIAL media expert has highlighted the hazy line between online trolling and healthy confrontation after a Bundaberg man caused uproar on a Facebook forum.

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