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News Mail
New rock wall on river a real featOVER the past four years I have been cycling down Burnett Heads with my husband
New rock wall on river a real feat
News Mail / Posted 45 minutes ago
OVER the past four years I have been cycling down Burnett Heads with my husband and been observing the construction of the new rock wall at the entrance of the Burnett River. To our amazement, we realised how clever technology is in regards to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bundaberg man accused of terrorising neighbours cleared of stalkingA dispute between neighbours has turned nasty outside Bundaberg. Photo: Andrew
Bundaberg man accused of terrorising neighbours cleared of stalking
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
A dispute between neighbours has turned nasty outside Bundaberg. Photo: Andrew Quilty It's the neighbourly dispute with allegations of shots being fired, excessive motorbike revving, rude gestures and signs being pinched. The tension between... Read more
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Daily Examiner
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extraditedA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extradited
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
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Northern Star
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extraditedA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extradited
Northern Star / Posted 3 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extraditedA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extradited
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Drivers will be fined if they continue to ignore new signSTOP. It's an uncomplicated word but it appears a large number of motorists hav
Drivers will be fined if they continue to ignore new sign
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
STOP. It's an uncomplicated word but it appears a large number of motorists haven't quite grasped its meaning. Bundaberg police are urging drivers to make sure they come to a complete stop at the new sign at the intersection of McLean and Bourbong... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extraditedA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extradited
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
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Queensland Times
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extraditedA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extradited
Queensland Times / Posted 3 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extraditedA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
NSW's most wanted faces Bundaberg court to be extradited
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
9 related stories
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News Mail
Wanted NSW man faces court in BundabergA MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg
Wanted NSW man faces court in Bundaberg
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
A MAN listed on a Crime Stoppers most wanted list has appeared in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court after being found by police in Bundaberg on Saturday. Andrew Mark Roos, 36, was wanted by New South Wales police in relation to sexual and indecent... Read more
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News Mail
Bundaberg region featured in Qantaslink Spirit magazineIF YOU are flying during spring, make sure you pick up a copy of the new editio
Bundaberg region featured in Qantaslink Spirit magazine
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
IF YOU are flying during spring, make sure you pick up a copy of the new edition of the Qantaslink Spirit magazine, hot off the press. Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism, along with Bundaberg Regional Council and proactive tourism operators from around... Read more
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News Mail
Zonta celebrates 25 yearsTHE Zonta Club of Bundaberg has celebrated its 25th anniversary. The club memb
Zonta celebrates 25 years
News Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
THE Zonta Club of Bundaberg has celebrated its 25th anniversary. The club membership is made up of professional and business women of all ages who work through service and advocacy to advance the status of women. The club was chartered in 1990 by... Read more
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News Mail
Drivers will be fined if they continue to ignore new signSTOP. It's an uncomplicated word but it appears a large number of motorists hav
Drivers will be fined if they continue to ignore new sign
News Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
STOP. It's an uncomplicated word but it appears a large number of motorists haven't quite grasped its meaning. Bundaberg police are urging drivers to make sure they come to a complete stop at the new sign at the intersection of McLean and Bourbong... Read more
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News Mail
Mayor will run againBUNDABERG Mayor Mal Forman has announced he will again run for the top position
Mayor will run again
News Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
BUNDABERG Mayor Mal Forman has announced he will again run for the top position at the local government quadrennial election next year. Cr Forman, who has so far spent three years as the region's mayor, said it was his passion for serving the... Read more
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News Mail
Netball finals light up Bundaberg SuperparkALLOWAY 1 hold an intimidating reputation in the Bundaberg Division 1 netball c
Netball finals light up Bundaberg Superpark
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
ALLOWAY 1 hold an intimidating reputation in the Bundaberg Division 1 netball competition, but the strength of past performances didn't have ATW Gold concerned in the first weekend of finals. ATW Gold staged an opening-quarter blitz that had Alloway... Read more
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News Mail
All-Bundy final in the 2015 Three Cities LeagueTHE countdown has now started to the Three Cities League grand final, and this
All-Bundy final in the 2015 Three Cities League
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
THE countdown has now started to the Three Cities League grand final, and this year the title will be fought over by United Park Eagles FC and Brothers Aston Villa after the two Bundaberg-based clubs won their preliminary finals at the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
LNP takes well-worn path to 'listening tour'Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg. Photo: Dan Peled It worked for Wayne Go
LNP takes well-worn path to 'listening tour'
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg. Photo: Dan Peled It worked for Wayne Goss and for Annastacia Palaszczuk. Now Lawrence Springborg is hoping taking a leaf out of the long-term grassroots campaign book that saw both Labor leaders take... Read more
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Australian Policy Online
A rocky road for unwary royal commissionersJudges take a risk when they step outside the courtroom to play the role of roy
A rocky road for unwary royal commissioners
Australian Policy Online / Posted 18 hours ago
Judges take a risk when they step outside the courtroom to play the role of royal commissioner Dyson Heydon wasn’t the first royal commissioner to face allegations of bias, and he’s unlikely to be the last. Other commissioners, especially in... Read more
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News Mail
More than 50 warnings issued in 90 minutesIF YOU haven't already realised that there is a new stop sign at the intersecti
More than 50 warnings issued in 90 minutes
News Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
IF YOU haven't already realised that there is a new stop sign at the intersection of McLean and Bourbong Sts (near Bundaberg Railway Station) now is the time to take notice. During the first month after installation, police only issued warnings to... Read more
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News Mail
Farmers free to move vehiclesFARMERS across the Bundaberg region will now be able to spend more time in the
Farmers free to move vehicles
News Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
FARMERS across the Bundaberg region will now be able to spend more time in the paddock and less time filling out paperwork thanks to a determination by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR). NHVR Director of Access Peter Caprioli said the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Barman's burning desire to shake up cocktail worldThe man in front of me is brandishing a 'fire gun' and wearing a maniacal grin.
Barman's burning desire to shake up cocktail world
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
The man in front of me is brandishing a 'fire gun' and wearing a maniacal grin. He's got an unnervingly soft English lilt and with his dark leather apron on, it's clear he means business. There's nothing sinister going on, though. His business is... Read more
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News Mail
Last-second thriller at Salter OvalWHEN Clinton Horne slotted a conversion from the left-hand sideline his Hervey
Last-second thriller at Salter Oval
News Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
WHEN Clinton Horne slotted a conversion from the left-hand sideline his Hervey Bay teammates celebrated what they thought was one of the greatest wins in the club's history. But seconds later in the opposite corner of the field Brothers crossed the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
RACQ HRS preach safety after alarming August crash rateHaving attended five major accidents on Central Queensland roads this month alo
RACQ HRS preach safety after alarming August crash rate
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
Having attended five major accidents on Central Queensland roads this month alone, RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service is urging motorists to take care. Spokesperson Kirsty Wooler said of the 15 serious motor-vehicle accidents the crew had... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
RACQ HRS preach safety after alarming August crash rateHaving attended five major accidents on Central Queensland roads this month alo
RACQ HRS preach safety after alarming August crash rate
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
Having attended five major accidents on Central Queensland roads this month alone, RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service is urging motorists to take care. Spokesperson Kirsty Wooler said of the 15 serious motor-vehicle accidents the crew had... Read more
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News Mail
Check out our weekend photo galleriesIF YOU missed out on the weekend's events check out our photo galleries below.
Check out our weekend photo galleries
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
IF YOU missed out on the weekend's events check out our photo galleries below. The Bundaberg Multicultural Festival The Wide Bay Desert II exhibition at BRAG The Dolls and Bears Show Weekend Sport action including Wide Bay AFL and Bundaberg... Read more
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News Mail
Illegal rubbish dumping still a serious issueILLEGAL dumping of rubbish is a growing problem in the Bundaberg region and it
Illegal rubbish dumping still a serious issue
News Mail / Posted yesterday
ILLEGAL dumping of rubbish is a growing problem in the Bundaberg region and it needs to be sorted out. When did people starting thinking it was okay to chuck their rubbish out alongside our highways, roadsides or bush areas? Just to be clear, it's... Read more
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News Mail
Isis River speed camera issues 1156 tickets in 12 monthsONE OF the busiest speed cameras on the Bruce Hwy was at Isis River, south of B
Isis River speed camera issues 1156 tickets in 12 months
News Mail / Posted yesterday
ONE OF the busiest speed cameras on the Bruce Hwy was at Isis River, south of Bundaberg, which issued 1156 tickets in 12 months. Only three sites issued more. But the region was far from the worst part of the highway for speeders. The four highest... Read more
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News Mail
Almost 5000 speeding tickets issued in 12-month periodA BUNDABERG motorist was caught driving at more than 70kmh over the speed limit
Almost 5000 speeding tickets issued in 12-month period
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A BUNDABERG motorist was caught driving at more than 70kmh over the speed limit, speed camera data has revealed. Police caught the driver doing 174kmh in a 100kmh zone - the highest detected speed in the Bundaberg area between June 1, 2014 and May... Read more
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News Mail
Fraser Coast speed camera clicks add up to dangerA BRUCE Hwy speed camera at Isis River, between Maryborough and Bundaberg, issu
Fraser Coast speed camera clicks add up to danger
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A BRUCE Hwy speed camera at Isis River, between Maryborough and Bundaberg, issued 1156 tickets in 12 months. It was one of the highway's busiest. Only three other Bruce Hwy cameras issued more tickets. But the region was far from being the worst... Read more
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News Mail
Meeting to focus on creating an e-commerce business websiteTHE Bundaberg and District Chamber of Commerce will hold its AGM September 8 at
Meeting to focus on creating an e-commerce business website
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE Bundaberg and District Chamber of Commerce will hold its AGM September 8 at The Waves Sports Club from 7am-9am. With keynote from 9Pence business owners will learn how to get a fully functional e-commerce website with no upfront cost. "There is... Read more
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News Mail
Seagulls to face West Panthers in preliminary finalHERVEY Bay Seagulls will be forced to qualify for the Bundaberg Rugby League gr
Seagulls to face West Panthers in preliminary final
News Mail / Posted yesterday
HERVEY Bay Seagulls will be forced to qualify for the Bundaberg Rugby League grand final the hard way after their dream comeback was controversially dashed. The undermanned Seagulls trailed Past Brothers 20-16 in the dying minutes when half Clinton... Read more
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Daily Examiner
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Northern Star
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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Queensland Times
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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News Mail
Variety of food and music captivate patrons at festivalTHE Bundaberg Multicultural Festival more than lived up to its name with a vari
Variety of food and music captivate patrons at festival
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE Bundaberg Multicultural Festival more than lived up to its name with a variety of music and food to tickle the ear drums and tantalise the tastebuds. In its 23rd year, and showing no signs of slowing down, the festival attracted a decent crowd... Read more
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News Mail
Meet Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism’s new general managerA FOCUS on turtle tours, Lady Musgrave Island and culinary tourism will be high
Meet Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism’s new general manager
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A FOCUS on turtle tours, Lady Musgrave Island and culinary tourism will be high on the agenda for Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism's new general manager Katherine Mergard as she embarks on her new role. Ms Mergard takes on the role previously held by... Read more
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News Mail
Global artistic exchange between art galleriesIT'S often said great art speaks a universal language that transcends any cultu
Global artistic exchange between art galleries
News Mail / Posted yesterday
IT'S often said great art speaks a universal language that transcends any cultural barrier. That was clear for all to see at the launch of Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery's latest exhibition on Saturday. Wide Bay High Desert II is a project... Read more
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News Mail
Independent schools to meet to discuss fundingFEDERATION reform, taxation and school funding will be key topics of discussion
Independent schools to meet to discuss funding
News Mail / Posted yesterday
FEDERATION reform, taxation and school funding will be key topics of discussion when principals from Bundaberg's independent schools meet this morning. Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) Executive Director David Robertson is visiting Bundaberg as... Read more
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News Mail
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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News Mail
Wests through to preliminary final after Isis put up a fightFISTS flew, bodies were crunched and fantastic tries were scored as Isis forced
Wests through to preliminary final after Isis put up a fight
News Mail / Posted yesterday
FISTS flew, bodies were crunched and fantastic tries were scored as Isis forced Wests to fight for every minute of its 28-20 win in the Bundaberg Rugby League A-grade semi-final at Salter Oval. The hard-running Wests forwards were challenged by... Read more
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News Mail
Drunk driver hits power box, fence then a car in Moore ParkA TAIWANESE man has been charged with a drink driving offence after he blew 0.1
Drunk driver hits power box, fence then a car in Moore Park
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A TAIWANESE man has been charged with a drink driving offence after he blew 0.121 on the weekend. The man, in his 20s, was driving on Melvin Dr in Moore Park on Saturday night when he collided with a residential power box, then a fence and a... Read more
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News Mail
Wanted NSW man arrested in BundabergA MAN wanted by New South Wales Police for alleged sexual and indecent assaults
Wanted NSW man arrested in Bundaberg
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A MAN wanted by New South Wales Police for alleged sexual and indecent assaults was arrested in Bundaberg on Saturday morning. Andrew Mark Roos, who was on the National Operation Roam list as part of a nationwide fugitive hunt, was located as a... Read more
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Silver City Sun-News
Australian, Las Cruces artists join for exhibitLAS CRUCES >> Artists from Down Under and our own corner of the Southwest
Australian, Las Cruces artists join for exhibit
Silver City Sun-News / Posted yesterday
LAS CRUCES >> Artists from Down Under and our own corner of the Southwest are joining once again for a creative exchange project. Through a video link, you're invited to participate in the international artistic dialogue when Wide Bay High... Read more
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News Mail
Bulldogs through to final as Hervey Bay bombs outHERVEY Bay have sensationally bombed out of the AFL Wide Bay finals. The Bombe
Bulldogs through to final as Hervey Bay bombs out
News Mail / Posted yesterday
HERVEY Bay have sensationally bombed out of the AFL Wide Bay finals. The Bombers faced Brothers Bulldogs in the preliminary final on Saturday and hoped they could match the Bundaberg-based side. A seven-goal opening quarter by the Bulldogs put the... Read more
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The North West Star
Flood fundraiserBOOKS for Bundy raised more than $6000 for Bundaberg flood victims on Sunday.
Flood fundraiser
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
BOOKS for Bundy raised more than $6000 for Bundaberg flood victims on Sunday. BOOKS for Bundy raised more than $6000 for Bundaberg flood victims on Sunday. A team of enthusiastic volunteers from the community collected thousands of books in one week... Read more
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News.com.au
Wanted NSW man nabbed in Qldbreaking news A MAN wanted in connection with alleged sexual and indecent as
Wanted NSW man nabbed in Qld
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
breaking news A MAN wanted in connection with alleged sexual and indecent assaults on the NSW Central Coast has been arrested in Queensland. ANDREW Mark Roos, 36, was named as one of five NSW people sought under a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Six months jail for mum who punched daughterA 28-YEAR-OLD Bundaberg mum has been handed a six month jail sentence after pun
Six months jail for mum who punched daughter
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
A 28-YEAR-OLD Bundaberg mum has been handed a six month jail sentence after punching her seven-year-old daughter in the leg, however the defendant will avoid spending time behind bars after a magistrate ruled the sentence could be served in the... Read more
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