Celebrate 110 years of news

BEEN reading the NewsMail for a while?

Well, next month you’ll be able to read the stories that have shaped Bundaberg from 1899-2009, in a special commemorative book looking back over the past 110 years of news.

Through scores of name changes and editors, this newspaper has given the Bundaberg region its daily digest of news, information and entertainment.

As the region has had its ups and downs, the NewsMail been there to share in the experiences and connect the community with each other.

On Wednesday, December 2, we celebrate that uninterrupted coverage by releasing the commemorative book, which follows on from the highly popular 100 Years of News, released in 2000.

The book will be available for purchase at the NewsMail office in Targo Street at a cost of $12.50. It can be pre-ordered for the special price of $10 by calling 4153 8555 or visiting the office to register your details.



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