February 2017

Published a story 22nd Feb 2017 4:21 PM

CHILDERS and Gin Gin residents will be rejoicing with plenty of roadworks given the tick of approval as part of the State Government's pledge.

Region's roads to get a revamp

CHILDERS and Gin Gin residents will be rejoicing with plenty of roadworks given the tick of approval as part of the State Government's pledge.

Published a story 21st Feb 2017 7:27 PM

A HOST of Bundaberg Regional Council projects have been given a significant boost thanks to more than $10 million in State Government funding.

How many of these projects is your suburb getting?

A HOST of Bundaberg Regional Council projects have been given a significant boost thanks to more than $10 million in State Government funding.

Published a story 12th Feb 2017 12:53 PM

IT WAS Pauline Hanson's honesty that compelled Ashley Lynch to sign up as the Burnett One Nation candidate.

Lynch out to snag seat for One Nation

IT WAS Pauline Hanson's honesty that compelled Ashley Lynch to sign up as the Burnett One Nation candidate.

Published a story 12th Feb 2017 12:06 PM

WHEN the school bell tolls at Shalom College, it may spell the end of school but it also signals the start of 20 minutes of hell for Daryl Holt and his family.

Traffic chaos at school pick-up

WHEN the school bell tolls at Shalom College, it may spell the end of school but it also signals the start of 20 minutes of hell for Daryl Holt and his family.

Published a story 11th Feb 2017 6:30 PM

NIELSON Park Beach was closed this afternoon after a '2.5m' shark was spotted in the water.

Nielson Park Beach closed after shark sighting

NIELSON Park Beach was closed this afternoon after a '2.5m' shark was spotted in the water.

Published a story 11th Feb 2017 3:18 PM

RSPCA Queensland is pleading with pet owners to look after their animals after a dog was found "with its organs boiling”, tied up to a clothesline.

Dog found 'boiled alive', tied to clothesline in backyard

RSPCA Queensland is pleading with pet owners to look after their animals after a dog was found "with its organs boiling”, tied up to a clothesline.

Published a story 11th Feb 2017 1:56 PM

AS BUNDABERG swelters in above average temperatures today, Bureau of Meteorology warns residents to brace themselves as it's only going to get hotter.

Brace yourselves Bundy, we're in for some bloody hot days

AS BUNDABERG swelters in above average temperatures today, Bureau of Meteorology warns residents to brace themselves as it's only going to get hotter.

Published a story 11th Feb 2017 12:29 PM

WIDE Bay residents love heading to the cinemas and their local libraries, but aren't as keen on classical musical concerts or museums, according to new data.

New data reveals how we like to keep entertained in Bundy

WIDE Bay residents love heading to the cinemas and their local libraries, but aren't as keen on classical musical concerts or museums, according to new data.

Published a story 11th Feb 2017 12:22 PM

MORE than 55,000 people packed into Moncrieff Entertainment Centre last year as Bundaberg Regional Council celebrates its 30th year of owning it.

Moncrieff marks 30th birthday as centre records 55,000 patrons

MORE than 55,000 people packed into Moncrieff Entertainment Centre last year as Bundaberg Regional Council celebrates its 30th year of owning it.

Published a story 10th Feb 2017 6:05 PM

STOCKLAND Bundaberg's expansion plans has taken its first casualty with RT Edwards closing today, leaving six people unemployed.

Popular Bundy business closing ahead of refurbishment

STOCKLAND Bundaberg's expansion plans has taken its first casualty with RT Edwards closing today, leaving six people unemployed.

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