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Sat 24 Feb 2018

Warning of potential sink hole at tourism hotspot

Warning of potential sink hole at tourism hotspot

Residents have been warned of a potential sink hole just below the low tide mark at Seventeen Seventy.

Popular Bargara cafe shuts its doors

Popular Bargara cafe shuts its doors

A POPULAR Bargara cafe has shuts its doors citing an inability to come to a "fair agreement” with the lessor as the primary reason for its demise.

Battle to restore historic bridge 'that no one owns'

Battle to restore historic bridge 'that no one owns'

A century-old bridge is left without an owner as no responsibility is claimed for current state

Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort shines at Oz tourism awards

Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort shines at Oz tourism awards

LADY Elliot Island Eco Resort has taken out bronze in the ecotourism category at the Australian Tourism Awards in Perth overnight.

Woman's disability pension approved after Centrelink error

Woman's disability pension approved after Centrelink error

AFTER seven months of paperwork, doctors' appointments and reports to prove her illness, Centrelink has approved Rhianna Johnson's disability application.

Clive led his life full of adventure

Clive led his life full of adventure

NORTH Bundaberg State High School teacher Clive Ellis Roydhouse was farewelled by family and friends at a funeral for the 71-year-old, who died on Sunday.

Stunning Bourbong St home on the market

Stunning Bourbong St home on the market

IF YOU'RE in the market for a stunning slice of Bundaberg history, this heritage-listed Queenslander could be what you've been looking for.

Will Sesame Street come to the Great Barrier Reef?

Will Sesame Street come to the Great Barrier Reef?

PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has met with Sesame Street producers to encourage them to film in Queensland for its milestone 50th season next year.

Bundaberg and Townsville power bill comparison sparks fury

Bundaberg and Townsville power bill comparison sparks fury

ERGON has been accused of price gouging after a Bundy business owner found he was paying almost a 20 per cent higher rate for electricity in Townsville.

Desperate fight for Agnes family's brand new baby

Desperate fight for Agnes family's brand new baby

Andrew Solomon Domorev was born with Down Syndrome, bowel blockages, hyperthyroidism and incompletely developed lungs.

Why was this idiot driving?

premium_icon Why was this idiot driving?

A DISQUALIFIED driver accused of killing a grandmother had just been released on parole less than two hours before the crash

Qld weather: Little reprieve as flood warnings put in place

Qld weather: Little reprieve as flood warnings put in place

ALMOST 300mm of rain could fall this weekend, with warnings a month’s rain could fall in four days.

UPDATE: O'Dowd keeps cards close to chest on Nats leadership

UPDATE: O'Dowd keeps cards close to chest on Nats leadership

The Flynn MP wants a National Party leader who will work well with the Liberal Party.

Pitt does not rule out tilt at top job

Pitt does not rule out tilt at top job

KEITH Pitt has not ruled out running for the Nationals leadership position following the stunning resignation of Barnaby Joyce.

EXCLUSIVE: Qantas eyes Bundaberg for flying school

EXCLUSIVE: Qantas eyes Bundaberg for flying school

COULD Bundaberg be the perfect place for Qantas to open a flying school?

Aged care facilities need to rectify shortcomings

Aged care facilities need to rectify shortcomings

HINKLER MP Keith Pitt is urging aged care facilities who failed the recent audits by the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency to rectify the shortcomings.

Aged care provider advocates say staff quotas not the answer

Aged care provider advocates say staff quotas not the answer

THE CEOs of Leading Age Services Australia and Aged and Community Services Australia have spoken out against mandating staff ratios in the industry.

Former paramedic helping late-night revellers in Bundy

Former paramedic helping late-night revellers in Bundy

YOU stumble out of the Cenny in the wee hours of the morning, having consumed one more gin and tonic than you probably should have.

Fri 23 Feb 2018

Local woman's magical journey to Norway

Local woman's magical journey to Norway

STEPFANIE Regan was thinking about a much colder place during the heat wave earlier this month.

Pioneering a passion for conservation

Pioneering a passion for conservation

THE flower paintings on the gallery walls are precise, and scientific in their presentation.

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