January 2019

Published a story 11th Jan 2019 6:21 PM

HELPING young people avoid the juvenile justice system is well on its way to becoming a reality as a Bundaberg health care provider Bridges begins recruitment.

Program to help youth caught in life of crime on the way

HELPING young people avoid the juvenile justice system is well on its way to becoming a reality as a Bundaberg health care provider Bridges begins recruitment.

Published a story 11th Jan 2019 6:15 PM

WHILE Dying with Dignity supporters met in Bundaberg yesterday regarding the parliamentary inquiry, Bundaberg MPs are keeping their cards close to their chests.

Bundy MPs respond to assisted dying campaign

WHILE Dying with Dignity supporters met in Bundaberg yesterday regarding the parliamentary inquiry, Bundaberg MPs are keeping their cards close to their chests.

Published a story 11th Jan 2019 5:45 PM

IMAGINE starving yourself because you had no other way of dying. That's what Bargara woman Elizabeth Jones's mother did when she had nowhere else to turn.

'I watched my mum starve herself to death'

IMAGINE starving yourself because you had no other way of dying. That's what Bargara woman Elizabeth Jones's mother did when she had nowhere else to turn.

Published a story 10th Jan 2019 5:33 PM

REDUCING crime in Bundaberg is imperative to the region's future success, and the coming together of youth programs aims to help more young people than ever.

Diversion programs on the rise to help Bundy's troubled kids

REDUCING crime in Bundaberg is imperative to the region's future success, and the coming together of youth programs aims to help more young people than ever.

Published a story 9th Jan 2019 6:39 PM

PRIVATE health insurance doesn't come cheap, but when you pay the premium you'd expect to access the services.

Couple questions private health coverage over festive season

PRIVATE health insurance doesn't come cheap, but when you pay the premium you'd expect to access the services.

Published a story 9th Jan 2019 6:32 PM

RABBITS might look cute and fluffy but they're also a restricted invasive animal and illegal in Queensland.

No bunny business as council ups ante

RABBITS might look cute and fluffy but they're also a restricted invasive animal and illegal in Queensland.

Published a story 9th Jan 2019 6:28 PM

NOT many people can say they've set up a gig for The Beach Boys and Full House star John Stamos let alone taken him out to a strip club for a night on the town.

Bundy man worked for Kiss, Michael Jackson and Elton John

NOT many people can say they've set up a gig for The Beach Boys and Full House star John Stamos let alone taken him out to a strip club for a night on the town.

Published a story 8th Jan 2019 6:34 PM

THE State Government says a decline in the number of Bundaberg school leavers not heading into work, university or training is better than Queensland's average.

Pascoe backs Labor's radical plan to overhaul welfare

THE State Government says a decline in the number of Bundaberg school leavers not heading into work, university or training is better than Queensland's average.

Published a story 8th Jan 2019 6:28 PM

THE State Government says a decline in the number of Bundaberg school leavers not heading into work, university or training is better than Queensland's average.

Tertiary enrolments not concerning: state

THE State Government says a decline in the number of Bundaberg school leavers not heading into work, university or training is better than Queensland's average.

Published a story 3rd Jan 2019 6:20 PM

WHEN Carole Williams attended her first porcelain doll making class in 2002 she never wanted to paint another doll.

Dressmaker turned doll creator: Her craft is no child's play

WHEN Carole Williams attended her first porcelain doll making class in 2002 she never wanted to paint another doll.

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