News

What to call a cafe?

NEW NAME: Bundaberg Health Services Foundation manager Maria Burnet and Youth and communities librarian Sue Gammon ponder over a likely name for the coffee shop.
NEW NAME: Bundaberg Health Services Foundation manager Maria Burnet and Youth and communities librarian Sue Gammon ponder over a likely name for the coffee shop. Scottie Simmonds

WHAT'S in a name? If the Bundaberg Library cafe had one, it might be able to tell you.

But since the cafe opened in May it has remained nameless, and now a competition has been launched inviting the public to come up with a name.

Youth and communities librarian Sue Gammon said the cafe, run by the Bundaberg Health Services Foundation to raise funds to improve patient services at Bundaberg Hospital, had added value to the existing services provided at the library.

"It's terrific seeing the area being used socially with many coming in to meet and chat, it really is becoming quite the social scene," she said.

Drop your entry in to the library before December 1. The winner will receive a $50 voucher to use at the café.

Topics:  bundaberg library coffee shop



Cabarita educator wins regional award

TOP TEACHER: Cabarita's Ruth Tierney has just won the Regional Family Day Care Educator award.

Top 'nurturer' honoured for her efforts in teaching children.

Tweed student's take on State spelling bee

SMART COOKIE: Barkers Vale Public School student Kaara Stephens-Smith and Terranora Public School student Bradley Gilmour competed in the Premier's Spelling Bee.

Tweed schools sent their best spellers to the finals.

Police warn of counterfeit notes on the Tweed

Police have warned of counterfeit currency circulating on the Tweed.

Tweed police have warned of counterfeit money after dodgy $50 found

Local Partners