Crown Prince Frederik invited to Bundaberg

FEDERAL Member for Hinkler and Assistant Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Keith Pitt has extended an invitation to Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark.

Ed dept says school sex stall was pre-approved

When do you think sex ed should be talked about with children?

The school has explained it was a closely monitored exercise.

Region's rubbish tip hours reviewed

WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY: A ute and trailer waiting outside the Bundaberg facility.
Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

List of reviewed hours revealed

Thunderstorms brewing: Southern Qld to cop wet weather

Showers and rain are expected to hit later this morning

One month left to surrender unregistered firearms

SURRENDERED: Constables Kate Lingard and Dean Keevers with some firearms that have been handed in.

Firearms amnesty continues until September 30.

Wild car chase and carjacking crime spree like 'the movies'

Clay Kenneth Gordon Nash was 21 at the time of the mayhem.

In wild, destructive spree, he played cat-and-mouse with cops.

New trading laws a big win for small retailers

FAIR GO: Takalvans owner Dale Rethamel is relieved the government will exempt the caravan industry from Sunday trade under new reforms.

Caravan industry relieved after government backflip

Fill 'er up! Bundy has cheapest fuel in Queensland

GO LOW: Unleaded ethanol petrol at Liberty North was 99.9c yesterday.

Fuel drops below $1 a litre over North

Let's get wheels moving for kids at special school

NEW BUS: Bundaberg Special School students Hannah, Renae, Grace and Ellie-May would appreciate any donations towards a new wheelchair accessible school bus.

Call for Bundaberg community to help special school

Dan Murphy's deal has Kalki Moon rising

GRIN AND TONIC: Michael Nash, Kylie Prosser and Rick Prosser are excited about their product being sold by Dan Murphy's.

Kalkie Moon on alcohol giant's shelves

Law to combat misuse of power

Vegetable industry body Ausveg has welcomed new legislation.

Vegetable industry body Ausveg has welcomed new legislation.

Design your home in 3D

3D TECHNOLOGY: Design Direct owners Mat Sheppard and Tyson Lochwood offer clients a new way to picture their home design.

New way to view your build project

Pub owner fuming over $1800 bill for late rates

HIGH CHARGES: "Rates are high enough as it is let alone being hit with an $1800 fee on top of it,” says Railway Hotel owner Steve Hooper.

Council defends decision to hire collection agency

Another local cafe looks to sell

TASTY CLUB: Viola Rezk is putting her cafe business on the market in Bundaberg.

Tasty Club looks at selling its business

Bundy can't get enough of Spell

BOHO: The Sayulita Frill Gown by Spell and the Gypsy Collective.

Floral, gorgeous, spring time, fun- Bundy can't get enough of Spell

How much you really need to earn to lead a 'reasonable' life

MONEY MONEY MONEY: It's time to start sorting out those dockets and getting organised for tax time.
Photo Candyce Braithwaite / Warwick Daily News

New study talks how much Aussies need to earn to live healthy

190 mine workers locked out without pay

A message for workers who haven't been locked out

Accusations of "bully boy tactics from the 1970s

Commbank faces huge class action

Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev has announced he will step down by June 30, 2018, in the wake of the lender's money laundering woes.

800,000 shareholders could potentially join class action

New laws to target dodgy builders

Housing Minister Mick de Brenni has launched new legislation in State Parliament to better protect construction industry subcontractors to ensure they get paid for the work they do and materials they supply.

The tough changes coming to catch dodgy builders

How Costco plan to use Ipswich shoppers to dominate market

PLANNED: An Ipswich Costco store, like this one in Canberra, is planned to make the most of the city's strategic location.

It means their hold on Qld is strengthened with only two stores

LETTER: Law says pollies should pay for bungle

WHERE do the arrogant politicians of this country get off thinking they are above the law?

LETTER: Cost of living is too dear

EXPENSIVE: Everyday living is going through the roof.

How are we supposed to afford living, asks a letter writer?

LETTER: Why Shorten shouldn't be PM

VOTE LNP: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is the man to votefor according to one reader.

Letter writer says choice is simple

LETTER: Constitution needs to be brought up to date

Memmbers of the public hold flags at an Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony and Flag Raising event in Canberra on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

ARE any of us real dinky di Australians?

Seeing through distractions in marriage equality debate

17 November 2014Photo Gemima Harvey/ Coffs Coast Advocate

If you're not already enrolled you have only hours to act

Cashless card to Hinkler makes no sense: Letter

What the cashless welfare card will look like.

The card would have no impact on unemployment levels in the region.

CCC probe into Ipswich widens beyond Paul Pisasale

Carl Wulff, former CEO of Ipswich City Council.

Investigators looking into a $6.3m earthmoving contract.

Paul Pisasale: The inside story on the former mayor

Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale leaves the police watch house in Brisbane, Wednesday, June 21, 2017.

How Paul Pisasale caught the attention of detectives.

Pilot's dramatic belly landing after technical dramas

The Piper Navajo came down on its belly after circling the airport

Hillary on Trump: He's a creep, 'my skin crawled'

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump listens to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the second presidential debate at Washington University, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/John Locher)

“Two days before, the world heard him brag about groping women."

Taylor Swift's new album is taking aim at everyone

Taylor Swift is about to drop an aggressive new album.

The snake suggests that Reputation may be her answer to critics

'Helicopter mum' finds daughter, 12, being groomed on app

SARAH is a self-described helicopter parent.

Police release name of woman found in West Creek

The exclusion zone around the area where a woman, 69, was found face-down in shallow water in West Creek at Kearneys Spring was removed Monday afternoon.

Report being prepared for coroner

Statues under threat: Capt Cook monuments be torn down?

The Captain Cook statue has stood in Hyde Park for 126 years.

“What’s next? Are they going to tear down Anzac memorials."

Dad's shock near-death experience after flu hits

Sunshine Coast dad Josh Neuendorf got the flu. Within weeks he was in a coma fighting for his life.

28-year-old father of three catches flu, then something much worse

Deadline looms to register for same-sex marriage survey

The ‘Sea of Hearts’ display launched in support of marriage equality yesterday. Picture: Kym Smith

What you need to know to be counted in national postal survey

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with $1499 price in Australia

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will sell for almost $1500 in Australia – making it the Korean giant’s biggest and most expensive phone ever.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be its biggest and most expensive ever.

Dad faces three years prison over coins

Toby Robyns, 52, was arrested at Bodrum airport in Turkey. Picture: The SunSource:The Sun

Tourist faces three years in Turkish prison after finding old coins

Woman fired for being ‘too cute’

Dilek Edwards — thinks she was fired for being 'too cute'. Picture: FacebookSource:Facebook

Court overturns finding you can be fired for being too cute

Man filmed taking the number of girl who says she's 16

The woman claims she is under 18 years.Source:Supplied

Video purports to show married man flirting with an under age teen

CRINGE: Gladstone's grossest bond clean horror stories

Hands of female cleaner using spray stains remover

A sea of nappies, a honey pot of poo and toilet training gone wrong.

HORROR CLEANS: 'So decomposed the maggots had even left'

CLEANING UP: Cleaners are no stranger to gross surprises in Gladstone.

CRINGEWORTHY: 'It would just crumble in your hands.'

Why I ended up paying big time for $7 Kmart toaster

PLASTIC NOT SO FANTASTIC: The culprit.

OPINION Bargain turns out to be expensive mistake

Bay man carves new life with craft that saved him

WOOD CREATIONS: Andrew "Croz” Crosby will be selling his woodwork at Urangan Pier Park Markets and Howard markets.

"The first thing I made out of wood was a walking stick for myself."

Cop enjoys well earned cuppa after croc capture

Constable Samuel Hyson from Gunbalanya Police caught a crocodile in the street after a call from a concerned shop owner. Picture: NT Police

Local shopkeeper warned of crocodile in the street.

Rocky travel agent gives US Army guy drunken lift to barracks

Shiven Haresh Mukhi pleaded guilty to one count of drink driving in the Rockhampton Magistrates Court on August 17.

Travel agent's BAC triple the legal limit

GoT's mind-blowing dragon theory

THE shock ending to Game of Thrones’ latest episode divided fans, but a theory about the show’s dragons could explain it.

Massive talent from little folk on show in Little Big Shots

Shane Jacobson hosts Little Big Shots.

Shane Jacobson has as much fun as his guests in new talent show.

‘I’m pissed off’: Bachelorette finally loses it

Matty is made take Elise on a date by her dad.

UNREST is brewing in the Bachelor mansion.

What's on the big screen this week

Domhnall Gleeson and Tom Cruise in a scene from American Made.

TOM Cruise is flying high in Doug Liman's drug drama American Made.

Bride and Prejudice's Chris reveals more family heartache

Grant and Chris feature on the TV series Bride & Prejudice. Supplied by Channel 7.

His dad’s health has dealt a massive blow to their happy life

Nicole's ready to bust out of Doctor Doctor's love triangle

Nicole da Silva stars in season two of Doctor Doctor.

New season gets a fresh injection of relationship dilemmas.