Community notices from around Bundy

Lots of prizes at the Killarney CWA Cent Sale.
Lots of prizes at the Killarney CWA Cent Sale. Contributed

Friday, June 23

Hoy Bundaberg Pensioners League

Where: Post Office Lane behind Post Office, Bourbong St

Cost: $2 entry. Includes morning tea. Plus $1.50 per card

Contact: 41514370. 8.30am to 11.30am

Saturday, June 24

QCWA Hinkler Branch hoy and cent sale

When: 1.30pm.

Where: North Bundaberg Progress Hall

Cost: $2 includes afternoon tea

Contact: Shirley Baldwin 41521204/0403880059

Apple Tree Creek Memorial Hall Dance

Where: Apple Tree Creek

When: 7pm

Cost: $10 per head

Contact : Sharon 0741262988/Chris 0741281224

Monday, June 26

Bundaberg & District Diabetic Support Group Inc

When: 1.30pm

Where: Recreation Hall at Fairways, 59 Hanbury St, Bundaberg

Speaker: Janelle Babar Diabetics Educator

Contact: Beres on 41524276

Friday, June 30

Dying With Dignity Qld Inc Public Meeting

When: 10am

Where: School of Arts Building, 184 Bourbong St, Bundaberg

We will provide updates on what is happening in working towards creating assisted dying legislation both in Queensland and around Australia.

Cost: No cost to attend, but gold coin donations will be appreciated.

Contact: Secretary Jos Hall via email or phone 0412994921/ 32782887

Wednesday, July 5

QCWA Bundaberg are holding a Christmas in July Cent Sale

Where: CWA Hall, Quay St, next to RSL.

Phone: 41513503

Saturday, July 8

Bundaberg Poets' Society Inc.

When: 1.30pm.

Where: Rum City Silver Band Hall (Opp. Dan Murphy's), Targo St

Cost: $3

Contact: Edna 0428574651, Jayson 41550778, Sandy 41514631

Tuesday, July 11

Bundaberg Pensioners League Christmas in July 3 day Bus trip

When: Tuesday July 11, Wednesday 12, Thursday 13

Where: Sunshine Coast and surrounds. Day 1 Morning tea Gympie, then to Majestic Theatre at Pomona for Buster Keaton movie and lunch. Visit Ginger factory, overnight stay Maroochy Conference Centre.

Day 2: Visit performing parrots Glasshouse Mountains show and lunch, and sightseeing tour then celebrate Xmas in July motel.

Day 3: Buffet Breakfast, visit Keniworth Cheese Factory,

lunch Victory Hotel. Arrive Bundaberg about 5pm.

Cost: $340. Pay by June 30.

Phone: 41514370

Saturday, July 22

Bundaberg PCYC Blazers youth group cent sale

When: Saturday July 22 from 1.30 pm.

Where: PCYC, 1 Civic Ave

Contact: 4153 5173


Unity Drummers, Djembe drum Circle

When: Wednesdays 7-8am

Where: River Cruz Café, Quay St

Cost: Donation. Phone to book a drum

Contact: Cynthia Hoogstraten 0431933817

Bundaberg Chess Club Inc

When: Wednesdays 6.30pm

Where: U3A rooms, 80 a Woongarra St

Cost: for members $3 a night adults $1 a night for children

Contact: Allan on 0417073094

Bundaberg Rock & Roll

When: Wednesdays, 7pm

Where: R J's rock and roll diner, Heidke St

Cost: $5 per person

Everyone is welcome and no dancing experience necessary.

Contact: Karen 0420298153

New to computers?

U3A holds beginners' computer classes in using email, exploring the internet with Google and copying photos from camera/phone to computer or USB stick to sort them.

Call Sandra on 0423 590 796 or 4152 7460

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'There was more glass than shells'

LITTER: Bree Serafin took this photo of just some of the glass she collected from Kellys Beach on Saturday.

Litterbugs cause problems for families at beach

Man accused of stabbing neighbour to argue self-defence

The court heard the man had been swinging punches and Kohler produced a pocket knife he used for work as he was defending himself and his partner.

"He (Kohler) was acting in self -defence of himself and another.”

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

Local Partners

REVEALED: What sparked the Coast's Bruce Hwy gridlock

STATE Government reveals the cause for the Sunshine Coast's traffic gridlock.

Painting a brighter future for koalas

WORTH SAVING: The Queensland Koala Crusaders' Community Crowdfunding Campaign aims to raise $30,000 towards the cost of planting 10,000 trees for koalas.

Queensland Koala Crusaders have launched a crowdfunding campaign

Help dog lovers do more good

DOG LOVERS: Red Collar Rescue Rebecca Ballyantyne, Terry Collins, Di McGregor, Yari Ottoboni, Lisa Marriot Annaliese and Tracey Amos.

Red Collar Rescue need region's support

The Project will now be on six nights a week

CHANNEL Ten’s Logie winning news and entertainment program The Project is expanding with a special Sunday night edition and a new host.

Click your fingers, tap your toes

Helen Peters, Elisabeth Wallis-Gaedtke, Evalee Sharples and Kemal Avunduk rehearse for Fascinating Rhythm, Sunshine Coast Oriana Choir's performance of hot jazz, sizzling samba, Latin beats and smooth swing sounds at Lake Kawana Community Centre on August 26-27.

Libby to set beat for Fascinating Rhythm this weekend

Margot Robbie is unrecognisable in London

Margot, is that really you?

MARGOT Robbie looks completely unrecognisable as Queen Elizabeth I.

Game of Thrones: Season 7 finale predictions

Emilia Clarke in a scene from season 7 of Game of Thrones.

JON and Daenerys finally met. But what happens next?

Reese Witherspoon on being a ‘has-been’ at 36

Witherspoon’s career has never looked better but that didn’t stop people declaring her a “has-been”.

Reese on the ‘brutal’ article that called her a has-been at 36.

Helping kids understand the wonder of the bush

FARM TV: Cilla Slack has just released her second series of Blue Gum Farm TV. The Gayndah farmer's show is available to download around the world.

Second series released for farm girl Cilla at Blue Gum Farm TV

RECAP: Game of Thrones s7 e6 - Beyond the Wall

Kristofer Hivju, Kit Harington, Iain Glen, Paul Kaye and Joe Dempsie in a scene from Game of Thrones.

*Warning this story contains spoilers about today's new episode*

Residents fear sand mine sell out by State Minister

Sand mine opponents attend the Nambour Council Chambers.Cou

Further testing undertaken on site, despite claims of significance

Investors quick to snap up property in key growth corridor

High-profile commercial site sells at auction for $4.920m

EXPLAINED: What the 'Costco effect' means for Ipswich

PRICE WARS: A Costco store similar to this one in Canberra, is planned for Ipswich.

Exclusive 'cult' about to change how families do grocery shopping

4800 homes to be built in massive new Coast estate

Masterplanned community full steam ahead - it's not Caloundra South