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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
My Vote: Australians share the election issues that matter most to themthe capacity to build a culture of community wellbeing. And we will be poorer
My Vote: Australians share the election issues that matter most to them
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 minutes ago
the capacity to build a culture of community wellbeing. And we will be poorer for it. By ABC Open contributor Wendy, Bundaberg, Qld, in the electorate of Hinkler. Ben Wyndham: Where are the policies? Nobody has got any policies. Nobody wants... Read more
52m
Daily Examiner
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
Daily Examiner / Posted 52 minutes ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
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1h
Northern Star
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
Northern Star / Posted an hour ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
6 related stories
1h
The Daily Mercury
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
The Daily Mercury / Posted an hour ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
6 related stories
1h
Toowoomba Chronicle
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG'S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
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1h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
6 related stories
1h
Queensland Times
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
Queensland Times / Posted an hour ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
6 related stories
1h
Queensland Times
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
Queensland Times / Posted an hour ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG'S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
6 related stories
1h
The Morning Bulletin
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
The Morning Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
6 related stories
1h
The Morning Bulletin
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
The Morning Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG'S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
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1h
News Mail
GO BUNDY! 10 awesome small businesses to loveBUNDABERG people are an industrious bunch, and as you'll see here they're prett
GO BUNDY! 10 awesome small businesses to love
News Mail / Posted an hour ago
BUNDABERG people are an industrious bunch, and as you'll see here they're pretty good at beating the odds too. We've listed 10 recent stories proving the people in our region are strong, clever and creative. RIVERSIDE VENUE: Steve and Courtney... Read more
1h
News Mail
Master hacker avoids jailcomputer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duff
Master hacker avoids jail
News Mail / Posted an hour ago
computer hacking and unauthorised impairment of electronic communication. Duffy lived in Kingaroy and Coonarr - near Bundaberg when the offences took place. It's understood he's previously also lived near the Fraser Coast. Brisbane District... Read more
6 related stories
1h
Daily Examiner
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
Daily Examiner / Posted an hour ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG'S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
6 related stories
2h
Northern Star
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
Northern Star / Posted 2 hours ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG'S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
6 related stories
2h
The Daily Mercury
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG'S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
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2h
News Mail
Sam gets U.G.L.Y for a causeBUNDABERG bartender Samuel Wright is joining the U.G.L.Y fight to beat blood ca
Sam gets U.G.L.Y for a cause
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
BUNDABERG bartender Samuel Wright is joining the U.G.L.Y fight to beat blood cancer. The Club Hotel staff member is participating in the Leukaemia Foundation's annual U.G.L.YBartender of the Year competition to raise the funds needed for blood... Read more
2h
News Mail
15 changes that could affect you from July 1GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes ma
15 changes that could affect you from July 1
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
GO!, are also moving to the new channel numbers of 52 and 53. These changes may require a retuning of your television. BUNDABERG’S pubs, clubs and bars will have to stop serving alcohol from 2am, unless situated in a designated safe night... Read more
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3h
News Mail
Billy Slater is coming to Bundaberg this weekendQUEENSLAND and Melbourne Storm rugby league star Billy Slater will be in Bundab
Billy Slater is coming to Bundaberg this weekend
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
QUEENSLAND and Melbourne Storm rugby league star Billy Slater will be in Bundaberg on Saturday. Currently unavailable for club and state with a shoulder injury, the 278- game NRL veteran will be at 29 Woongaara St from 10am-2pm at for the SmartCity... Read more
6h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Chinchilla praised after fifth round of Shell Sunshine State Seriesdescribing the weekend as “the best track and venue of the series so far”. Tha
Chinchilla praised after fifth round of Shell Sunshine State Series
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
describing the weekend as “the best track and venue of the series so far”. That’s ahead of other host tracks such as Bundaberg, Tivoli and Hervey Bay. “It was awesome,” Marshall said. “(The track) made for some really good racing and there... Read more
6h
News Mail
New discount store opens its doors in Bundylocated within the Food Court. This is the sixth Bargain Central store to open
New discount store opens its doors in Bundy
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
located within the Food Court. This is the sixth Bargain Central store to open for the growing brand and the first for Bundaberg. Bargain Central at Sugarland Shoppingtown offers a wide array of household essentials at bargain prices from... Read more
7h
The Morning Bulletin
Swans pair earn NQ statusHe is only 20 and would make a great attribute to any side. "We both felt very
Swans pair earn NQ status
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 hours ago
He is only 20 and would make a great attribute to any side. "We both felt very proud, it's the top 40-odd players from Bundaberg and up." Wallin thought it was a bit harsh to only have two players from the region named. "Glenmore's Tim... Read more
7h
News Mail
First stage of flood protection study releasedMEMBER for Bundaberg Leanne Donaldson has welcomed the release of Stage 1 of th
First stage of flood protection study released
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
MEMBER for Bundaberg Leanne Donaldson has welcomed the release of Stage 1 of the Bundaberg Flood Protection Study which has been released by the Queensland Government today. Ms Donaldson said Stage 1 of the Study had identified a number of flood... Read more
8h
Daily Examiner
Boy, 6, watched as his dad poured fuel over his motherpour fuel over himself and the boy's mother in a terrifying domestic violence i
Boy, 6, watched as his dad poured fuel over his mother
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
pour fuel over himself and the boy's mother in a terrifying domestic violence incident. The 35-year-old man faced the Bundaberg District Court yesterday where he pleaded guilty to threatening violence at night and sexual assault. It was about... Read more
9h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the teamwas put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the team
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
was put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in bottles and included two 700ml bottles of Bundaberg Rum; six bottles of vodka; four bottles of Johnny Walker Scotch; seven bottles of Jim Beam; and 48 bottles premix... Read more
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9h
Queensland Times
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the teamwas put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the team
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
was put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in bottles and included two 700ml bottles of Bundaberg Rum; six bottles of vodka; four bottles of Johnny Walker Scotch; seven bottles of Jim Beam; and 48 bottles premix... Read more
4 related stories
9h
The Morning Bulletin
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the teamwas put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the team
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 9 hours ago
was put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in bottles and included two 700ml bottles of Bundaberg Rum; six bottles of vodka; four bottles of Johnny Walker Scotch; seven bottles of Jim Beam; and 48 bottles premix... Read more
4 related stories
9h
News Mail
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the teamwas put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the team
News Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
was put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in bottles and included two 700ml bottles of Bundaberg Rum; six bottles of vodka; four bottles of Johnny Walker Scotch; seven bottles of Jim Beam; and 48 bottles premix... Read more
4 related stories
10h
The Daily Mercury
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the teamwas put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in
Steals footy club booze, now he plays in the team
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 hours ago
was put into sports bags." Sgt Stevens said the $1278 worth of alcohol was in bottles and included two 700ml bottles of Bundaberg Rum; six bottles of vodka; four bottles of Johnny Walker Scotch; seven bottles of Jim Beam; and 48 bottles premix... Read more
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10h
News Mail
Jobs promisemember for Wide Bay but interestingly left out the electorate of Flynn. Flynn
Jobs promise
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
member for Wide Bay but interestingly left out the electorate of Flynn. Flynn of course is the electorate for parts of Bundaberg, especially the northern suburbs and beyond. The incumbent member Ken O'Dowd must not have been invited to the... Read more
10h
News Mail
Website set to link farmers with consumersA NEW website highlighting Bundaberg farm produce and where it is available wil
Website set to link farmers with consumers
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
A NEW website highlighting Bundaberg farm produce and where it is available will be launched next week by Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson. Localfarmproduce.com.au is a national initiative that allows consumers, restaurants and tourists to find... Read more
21h
News Mail
Shower filmer escapes further time in jailmaterial on November 26, 2014. The girl was aged 12–13 when the man used his p
Shower filmer escapes further time in jail
News Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
material on November 26, 2014. The girl was aged 12–13 when the man used his phone to record her in the bathroom. In the Bundaberg District Court on Tuesday the man pleaded guilty to 19 offences of breaching his suspended sentence. The breaches... Read more
21h
News Mail
Duo breaks decade-long drought to ref at nationalsFOOTBALL: Not afraid to shy away from big goals, Bundaberg’s Lucy Johnson wants
Duo breaks decade-long drought to ref at nationals
News Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
FOOTBALL: Not afraid to shy away from big goals, Bundaberg’s Lucy Johnson wants to one day referee in the A-League. The talented 18-year-old is one step closer to achieving that goal after being selected to referee at the National Youth... Read more
22h
News Mail
Payroll tax rebate ‘little help to small tradies’THE State Government’s latest attempt to encourage tradies to employ apprentice
Payroll tax rebate ‘little help to small tradies’
News Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
THE State Government’s latest attempt to encourage tradies to employ apprentices won’t help small businesses, a Bundaberg builder says. JRZ Homes director Jesse Zielke chatted with Treasurer Curtis Pitt during his visit to Bundaberg last week and he... Read more
22h
News Mail
Council budget will be fair to ratepayers: mayorBUNDABERG Mayor Jack Dempsey says Friday’s council budget will contain one of t
Council budget will be fair to ratepayers: mayor
News Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
BUNDABERG Mayor Jack Dempsey says Friday’s council budget will contain one of the lowest rate rises in eight years. Cr Dempsey said the council would deliver on a promise made to ratepayers, who he said were battling to meet the annual increased... Read more
23h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assaultUPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundabe
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assault
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
UPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundaberg security guard at McDonald's City on Sunday morning, a 21-year-old man has handed himself into police. Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant... Read more
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23h
Queensland Times
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assaultUPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundabe
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assault
Queensland Times / Posted 23 hours ago
UPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundaberg security guard at McDonald's City on Sunday morning, a 21-year-old man has handed himself into police. Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant... Read more
6 related stories
23h
The Morning Bulletin
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assaultUPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundabe
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assault
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
UPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundaberg security guard at McDonald's City on Sunday morning, a 21-year-old man has handed himself into police. Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant... Read more
6 related stories
23h
News Mail
Payroll tax rebate is ‘little help to small tradies’THE state government’s latest attempt to encourage tradies to employ apprentice
Payroll tax rebate is ‘little help to small tradies’
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
THE state government’s latest attempt to encourage tradies to employ apprentices won’t help small businesses, a Bundaberg builder says. JRZ Homes director Jesse Zielke chatted with Treasurer Curtis Pitt during the politician’s visit to Bundaberg... Read more
23h
News Mail
Former Oakwood hen house to begin new life as caravan storage facilityFORMER poultry farm – which once housed up to 42,000 hens – will be given new l
Former Oakwood hen house to begin new life as caravan storage facility
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
FORMER poultry farm – which once housed up to 42,000 hens – will be given new life as an RV and Caravan storage facility. Bundaberg Regional Council approved a material change of use for the conversion of the poultry shed at Henkers Road, Oakwood... Read more
23h
News Mail
Boy, 6, witnessed DV incidentpour fuel over himself and the boy’s mother in a terrifying domestic violence i
Boy, 6, witnessed DV incident
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
pour fuel over himself and the boy’s mother in a terrifying domestic violence incident. The 35-year-old man faced the Bundaberg District Court yesterday where he pleaded guilty to threatening violence at night and sexual assault. It was about... Read more
23h
Daily Examiner
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assaultUPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundabe
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assault
Daily Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
UPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundaberg security guard at McDonald's City on Sunday morning, a 21-year-old man has handed himself into police. Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant... Read more
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Northern Star
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assaultUPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundabe
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assault
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
UPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundaberg security guard at McDonald's City on Sunday morning, a 21-year-old man has handed himself into police. Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assaultUPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundabe
Man hands himself into police after Macca's assault
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
UPDATE: FOLLOWING an article in the NewsMail regarding the assault of a Bundaberg security guard at McDonald's City on Sunday morning, a 21-year-old man has handed himself into police. Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant... Read more
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News Mail
Bundy mum turns love of party platters into a businessA BUNDABERG school teacher and mum is starting a new business creating deliciou
Bundy mum turns love of party platters into a business
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A BUNDABERG school teacher and mum is starting a new business creating delicious platters. Leanne Baker found her party planning and event skills had been much called upon by friends and family, so she decided to start up the Event Platter. "I have... Read more
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News Mail
10 times cows have made the news in BundabergBEING a regional area with cattle, it's no surprise our bovine friends have mad
10 times cows have made the news in Bundaberg
News Mail / Posted yesterday
BEING a regional area with cattle, it's no surprise our bovine friends have made the news throughout Bundaberg's history. Here's a few of the moo-ving tales. 1900: Cow beheaded in dastardly attack A dastardly action was committed by some inhuman... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Alpaca your fork! TAFE students cook the new red meatBUNDABERG TAFE cookery apprentices were involved in a unique paddock to plate t
Alpaca your fork! TAFE students cook the new red meat
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
BUNDABERG TAFE cookery apprentices were involved in a unique paddock to plate training experience recently using alpaca meat. Head chef and owner of renowned NSW restaurant Hungry Duck David Campbell (who has worked alongside Neil Perry and Kylie... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Alpaca your fork! TAFE students cook the new red meatBUNDABERG TAFE cookery apprentices were involved in a unique paddock to plate t
Alpaca your fork! TAFE students cook the new red meat
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
BUNDABERG TAFE cookery apprentices were involved in a unique paddock to plate training experience recently using alpaca meat. Head chef and owner of renowned NSW restaurant Hungry Duck David Campbell (who has worked alongside Neil Perry and Kylie... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Burnett Heads housing development approvedA PROPOSED Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Reg
Burnett Heads housing development approved
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
A PROPOSED Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council despite concerns from residents that it may impact nesting turtles. However, planning and development spokesman Ross Sommerfeld has assured residents that... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Burnett Heads housing development approvedA PROPOSED Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Reg
Burnett Heads housing development approved
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
A PROPOSED Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council despite concerns from residents that it may impact nesting turtles. However, planning and development spokesman Ross Sommerfeld has assured residents that... Read more
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Queensland Times
Burnett Heads housing development approvedA PROPOSED Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Reg
Burnett Heads housing development approved
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
A PROPOSED Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council despite concerns from residents that it may impact nesting turtles. However, planning and development spokesman Ross Sommerfeld has assured residents that... Read more
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