January 2019

Published a story 24th Jan 2019 9:10 AM

THE NewsMail's biggest tennis fans, reporter Sarah Steger and editor Adam Wratten, take a look at the outfits that are turning heads.

OPINION: the Aus Open outfits causing a racquet

THE NewsMail's biggest tennis fans, reporter Sarah Steger and editor Adam Wratten, take a look at the outfits that are turning heads.

Published a story 24th Jan 2019 8:25 AM

A LEADING service targeting domestic violence in Bundaberg has scoffed at Bill Shorten's multiple plans to tackle the scourge 'at the sharp end'.

Chair of Bundy DV group criticises Labor leader's vision

A LEADING service targeting domestic violence in Bundaberg has scoffed at Bill Shorten's multiple plans to tackle the scourge 'at the sharp end'.

Published a story 24th Jan 2019 8:23 AM

THE leader of the opposition has indicated he would not cancel the Hinkler Regional Deal if elected as the next prime minister.

Shorten backs Regional Deal as project focusses emerge

THE leader of the opposition has indicated he would not cancel the Hinkler Regional Deal if elected as the next prime minister.

Published a story 23rd Jan 2019 9:03 AM

AFTER leader of the Opposition and aspiring prime minister Bill Shorten visited Bundaberg this week, the NewsMail examined the times past PMs have visited.

Which prime ministers visited Bundy in the last 100 years

AFTER leader of the Opposition and aspiring prime minister Bill Shorten visited Bundaberg this week, the NewsMail examined the times past PMs have visited.

Published a story 23rd Jan 2019 8:53 AM

AS OPPOSITION leader Bill Shorten drove through Childers on his way to Bundaberg this week, he took note of the large number of solar panels before him.

'I'M A SCEPTIC': Shorten pushes solar batteries, not Adani

AS OPPOSITION leader Bill Shorten drove through Childers on his way to Bundaberg this week, he took note of the large number of solar panels before him.

Published a story 23rd Jan 2019 8:48 AM

OPPOSITION leader Bill Shorten's plan to scrap the CDC could mean a life sentence of welfare dependence for 'vulnerable Australians', govt says.

Dumping cashless card means life of welfare dependence: govt

OPPOSITION leader Bill Shorten's plan to scrap the CDC could mean a life sentence of welfare dependence for 'vulnerable Australians', govt says.

Published a story 22nd Jan 2019 7:15 AM

THE Cashless Debit Card will be rolled back in Hinkler if Labor wins the next federal election.

Cashless card to be scrapped under Labor

THE Cashless Debit Card will be rolled back in Hinkler if Labor wins the next federal election.

Published a story 22nd Jan 2019 7:11 AM

MEMBER Keith Pitt has accused Bill Shorten of lying to the people of Bundy after the leader of the Opposition claimed all the LNP did was cut QLD Health budgets

'LIES': ScoMo, Pitt lash out at Shorten's health cut claims

MEMBER Keith Pitt has accused Bill Shorten of lying to the people of Bundy after the leader of the Opposition claimed all the LNP did was cut QLD Health budgets

Published a story 22nd Jan 2019 7:04 AM

THE Wide Bay Hospital and Health Board has reassured the community the $3 million business case for a Level 5 Bundaberg Hospital is pressing ahead as planned.

Case for new Bundy hospital on track, health boss says

THE Wide Bay Hospital and Health Board has reassured the community the $3 million business case for a Level 5 Bundaberg Hospital is pressing ahead as planned.

Published a story 18th Jan 2019 4:31 PM

THE Bundaberg rental market is experiencing an unprecedented influx of tenants this month, with some real estate agents struggling to meet the hectic demand.

Bundy rental market overheating as investors feel the pinch

THE Bundaberg rental market is experiencing an unprecedented influx of tenants this month, with some real estate agents struggling to meet the hectic demand.

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All the way from Perth, Western Australia, Sarah is an enthusiastic journalist always eager for the next big story. Sarah covers the courts, Bundaberg Regional Council, local politics and breaking news. She loves the rush that comes with reporting and adhering to a print deadline. Sarah also has a specific interest and focus in the NewsMail’s online presence on social media and the website. She hopes her passion for storytelling - both through words and photography and video - will take her far and allow her to explore different states and countries in the process.