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Wed 25 Apr 2018

You'd be barking mad to miss Friday's AgroTrend special

You'd be barking mad to miss Friday's AgroTrend special

WHEN Barrie and Elizabeth Hughes take to the arena this AgroTrend they will be quietly notching up 15 years of co-ordinating the Working Cattle Dog Trials.

Gallipoli-bound Aussies caught in bus fire

Gallipoli-bound Aussies caught in bus fire

A TOUR bus carrying young Australian and New Zealand travellers to the Anzac Day dawn service at Gallipoli has burst into flames.

Why Tigers are a cut above the rest

Why Tigers are a cut above the rest

SCORING may be at an all-time low but the Tigers are on a high and their stingy defence is one of many reasons why Damien Hardwick’s men deserve to be favourites...

ANZAC DAY: Thousands in Bundy pay their respects to diggers

ANZAC DAY: Thousands in Bundy pay their respects to diggers

THOUSANDS of residents have gathered across the Bundaberg region this morning to pay their respects to the soldiers who fought for a better world.

Star is ‘ridiculously out of this world’

Star is ‘ridiculously out of this world’

MOHAMED Salah is not human — that’s the consensus after the Liverpool star ran riot in a freakish Champions League rampage.

Last straw for plastic as council declares war on waste

Last straw for plastic as council declares war on waste

IT IS the last straw for plastic at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre as Bundaberg Regional Council declares war on waste.

Cowboys welcome return of the warrior

Cowboys welcome return of the warrior

COWBOYS workhorse Shaun Fensom insists his surgically-repaired leg is the furthest thing from his mind as he prepares to make his NRL comeback against his former...

MOVIE REVIEW: Avengers Infinity War is one big blockbuster

MOVIE REVIEW: Avengers Infinity War is one big blockbuster

IT IS the culmination of a decade of films, but does Marvel's super-sized superhero epic live up to the hype?

Almost a no show for first Childers council meeting

Almost a no show for first Childers council meeting

CHILDERS resident Susan Rawsthorne was far from impressed when no other locals attended Bundaberg Regional Council's ordinary meeting yesterday.

Cahill rocked by big ban in major Cup blow

Cahill rocked by big ban in major Cup blow

TIM Cahill’s hopes of some much-needed game time before the start of the World Cup have been handed a blow after he was slugged with a three-game suspension while...

Legend urges Oates to spread his wings

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DESPITE being off contract and willing to test his value, Corey Oates has been told he should stay with Brisbane and focus on burning up the wings for the Broncos.

Lose weight by eating more

Lose weight by eating more

Losing weight is one thing but not if it comes at the expense of muscle loss

COUNCIL: Need for NBN sparks push for addresses

COUNCIL: Need for NBN sparks push for addresses

TWO new roads at the airport precinct have been given names after businesses in the area raised concerns they couldn't apply to connect to NBN.

Axe-wielding driver confronts cyclist

Axe-wielding driver confronts cyclist

A WITNESS said he saw the cyclist shouting abuse at the driver, banging on a window and smashing a side mirror. Then the driver got out of the car.

The tragic tale of Ivor Margetts, Australia's first Anzac

The tragic tale of Ivor Margetts, Australia's first Anzac

A SINGLE white cross stands on a barren landscape after one of the worst battles of WWI. But the story behind it, and the man buried under it, are not easily...

Family saves man with 'bad' crime history from more jail

Family saves man with 'bad' crime history from more jail

Smashing glass drug pipe a 'not too effective act of concealment'

Candid coke user's $4000 stash snatched

Candid coke user's $4000 stash snatched

Colombian marching powder was for him and 'possibly' his mates

Shocking mass murder behind ‘stock’ images

Shocking mass murder behind ‘stock’ images

THEIR photos are sold for profit as “stock” images, but the people in these pictures are victims of one of history’s worst genocides.

IN COURT: 'Mistake' costs champion of the community dearly

IN COURT: 'Mistake' costs champion of the community dearly

TEACHER aid who worked with disabled children and president of countless community organisations, Stephen Leslie Balaza was a pillar of the community.

$5k advice with $500k price tag

$5k advice with $500k price tag

A FAIR Work Commissioner would have instantly lost more than $500,000 if she had followed this financial planner’s advice.

Clues link serial killer to Mr Cruel

Clues link serial killer to Mr Cruel

CREEPY traits shared between a US serial killer and a Melbourne serial rapist led police to think they could be the same person.

Toronto driver’s murder charges

Toronto driver’s murder charges

THE Toronto van attack driver has been slapped with 10 counts of murder and 13 attempted murder charges as a judge orders him held.

Disturbing posters pop up in city ahead of Anzac Day

Disturbing posters pop up in city ahead of Anzac Day

A SICKENING Australian hate group has posted a series of stickers around a city centre in a sign it could be taking a hold.

Ex-servicemen find refuge at Camp Gregory Veterans Retreat

Ex-servicemen find refuge at Camp Gregory Veterans Retreat

IN THE thick of bush, situated within the surrounds of the Burrum Coast National Park and next to the Gregory River, sits the Camp Gregory Veterans Retreat.

Bundy's migrant boom helping us not to stagnate

Bundy's migrant boom helping us not to stagnate

AS THE populations of Australia's big cities soar, the number of people calling Bundaberg home rose by 405 people in the year to June 2017, new figures show.

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