October 2017

Published a story 20th Oct 2017 6:50 PM

A RARE recording of one of Australia's most famous opera singers has been unearthed in a Bundaberg garage.

The recording we thought was lost forever

A RARE recording of one of Australia's most famous opera singers has been unearthed in a Bundaberg garage.

Published a story 20th Oct 2017 6:40 PM

PARKING and traffic flow concerns dominated a meeting of Bundaberg businesses about the $16 million CBD revitalisation project.

Parking concerns raised at CBD meeting for $16m project

PARKING and traffic flow concerns dominated a meeting of Bundaberg businesses about the $16 million CBD revitalisation project.

Published a story 19th Oct 2017 7:13 PM

FRUSTRATED  Bundaberg phone and internet users are voicing their displeasure more than ever before with a surge in complaints to the telecommunications watchdog.

NBN complaints surge in Bundy

FRUSTRATED Bundaberg phone and internet users are voicing their displeasure more than ever before with a surge in complaints to the telecommunications watchdog.

Published a story 17th Oct 2017 6:44 PM

UNION officials have declared Bundaberg one of several key battleground seats across the state where it will run an intensive operation to reinstate Labor.

Unions begin their campaign to help Bundaberg MP

UNION officials have declared Bundaberg one of several key battleground seats across the state where it will run an intensive operation to reinstate Labor.

Published a story 17th Oct 2017 8:37 AM

WHEN Helen Andrew heard that up to 87% of undamaged, perfectly edible tomatoes were being rejected due to the way they looked she was disgusted.

One woman's crusade to reduce farm waste in Bundaberg and across the world

WHEN Helen Andrew heard that up to 87% of undamaged, perfectly edible tomatoes were being rejected due to the way they looked she was disgusted.

Published a story 14th Oct 2017 11:59 AM

A TOURIST has suffered cuts to his forehead after being hit by an empty glass during a heated late-night row at the Club Hotel.

Glass, chair thrown during late-night fight at the Club Hotel

A TOURIST has suffered cuts to his forehead after being hit by an empty glass during a heated late-night row at the Club Hotel.

Published a story 14th Oct 2017 8:48 AM

THE Bundaberg Regional Council's clean-up crews continue their work  in the region,  removing almost 50 tonnes of waste from Avenell Heights alone.

Almost 50 tonnes of waste removed from Avenell Heights

THE Bundaberg Regional Council's clean-up crews continue their work in the region, removing almost 50 tonnes of waste from Avenell Heights alone.

Published a story 13th Oct 2017 6:50 PM

THE LNP has accused Labor of letting grieving families down because it has continually ignored calls to strengthen laws against careless drivers.

Claims Labor is leaving grieving families waiting for change

THE LNP has accused Labor of letting grieving families down because it has continually ignored calls to strengthen laws against careless drivers.

Published a story 12th Oct 2017 6:41 PM

KEITH Pitt and Ken O'Dowd have claimed more than $200,000 in federal expenses for the first three months of the year, a new report has revealed.

MPs claim $200k in three months

KEITH Pitt and Ken O'Dowd have claimed more than $200,000 in federal expenses for the first three months of the year, a new report has revealed.

Published a story 12th Oct 2017 6:36 PM

THE Port of Bundaberg is coming off a bumper a year and all signs are pointing towards it becoming a bedrock of economic stability in the near future.

Port's yield increases by 10%

THE Port of Bundaberg is coming off a bumper a year and all signs are pointing towards it becoming a bedrock of economic stability in the near future.

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