January 2019

Published a story 22nd Jan 2019 5:09 PM

A LOCAL fish farmer has hit out at an interactive map alleging Bundaberg farms are exploiting animals.

'Attack map' puts Bundy farms at risk of activism

A LOCAL fish farmer has hit out at an interactive map alleging Bundaberg farms are exploiting animals.

Published a story 21st Jan 2019 4:18 PM

DOGS are among our best and most loyal allies in life but there are times when we have to respect that not all animals are domestic.

We need to accept that in the wild, dingoes rule

DOGS are among our best and most loyal allies in life but there are times when we have to respect that not all animals are domestic.

Published a story 17th Jan 2019 7:03 PM

MANY who entered last night's epic $100 million Powerball draw will be licking their wounds today.

Why you didn't win lotto and how to better invest your cash

MANY who entered last night's epic $100 million Powerball draw will be licking their wounds today.

Published a story 17th Jan 2019 4:25 PM

SOCIAL media website Twitter erupted in awkward conversation following a post by Queensland senator Matthew Canavan.

One senator's Bundy bridge mix-up is another's gold mine

SOCIAL media website Twitter erupted in awkward conversation following a post by Queensland senator Matthew Canavan.

Published a story 16th Jan 2019 6:32 PM

THE woman who has championed the push for a royal commission into aged care has spoken out about some of the biggest issues facing the sector in the region.

Claims of drug abuse in region's aged care homes

THE woman who has championed the push for a royal commission into aged care has spoken out about some of the biggest issues facing the sector in the region.

Published a story 16th Jan 2019 2:49 PM

HERE are a few ways you might be able to try your luck winning in tomorrow night's $100 million draw.

Five ways to try your luck for $100 million Powerball

HERE are a few ways you might be able to try your luck winning in tomorrow night's $100 million draw.

Published a story 15th Jan 2019 12:00 PM

BUNDABERG, affectionately known as the food bowl of Australia, is on the right track. That's according to Animal Justice Party senate candidate Leah Coutts.

Animal Justice Party weighs in on Bargara Jewel, 1080 baits

BUNDABERG, affectionately known as the food bowl of Australia, is on the right track. That's according to Animal Justice Party senate candidate Leah Coutts.

Published a story 15th Jan 2019 11:45 AM

DESPITE condemnation from parents and the general public, Bundaberg locals have come out in support of the man seen buying up baby formula around town.

Why locals are defending the man buying up baby formula

DESPITE condemnation from parents and the general public, Bundaberg locals have come out in support of the man seen buying up baby formula around town.

Published a story 14th Jan 2019 12:43 PM

SOME have called them gems, some have called them blobs and some have called them jelly buttons.

Bargara's mystery 'jelly buttons' identified by professor

SOME have called them gems, some have called them blobs and some have called them jelly buttons.

Published a story 13th Jan 2019 6:30 PM

THEY say truth is stranger than fiction and often that's true, in politics, anyway.

OPINION: Why Trump and Palmer are great-ing on my nerves

THEY say truth is stranger than fiction and often that's true, in politics, anyway.

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Crystal Jones is a senior journalist and editor at the Bundaberg NewsMail. She has worked extensively in regional Queensland news since 2007 and has tackled big issues including the extensive abuse in the aged care industry.