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THERE are times when nothing beats the sound of silence. That's a feeling Mackay Meteorettes coach Mick Virgo experienced Saturday, when his team came from a point down in the third quarter to beat...
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AFTER the closure of Wide Bay Medicare Local last week, PHN Country to Coast has taken its place aiming to offer a health service to the community. Chief executive officer Patti Hudson said the...
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THE second Bundaberg Antique Collectable Fair at the weekend was so successful organisers are already planning the next one. Organiser Allan Lawson said the next fair in Bundaberg would be held on...
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CONSIDERING the players from Hervey Bay and Wallaroos didn't want to come to Bundaberg to play their round 16 game in the A-grade competition of the Bundaberg Rugby League they put on a great...
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COMPETITORS came from as far away as Victoria when the Bundaberg Poets' Society held its annual Bundy Bush Poetry Muster at The Waves Sports Club at the weekend. Organiser Sandy Lees said there was...
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I have lived in Bundaberg and Bargara for 47 years and have witnessed the great progress the area has experienced. I was attracted here for two main reasons. Besides the wonderful weather here I...
2015/07/05 08:25
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A man who spat in the face of a cafe manager has had his appeal against his sentence dismissed. A man who spat in a waitress's face after he poured yoghurt over a central Queensland café table has...
2015/07/05 05:12
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AN UNDER-MANNED Doon Villa received no favours from Alloway on Saturday. The Three Cities strugglers blew the Magpies off the field, winning 4-1 to move off the bottom of the ladder. Fraser Flames...
2015/07/05 05:12
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ISIS Devils kept the heat on third-placed Wests Panthers with a 52-12 win over Waves Tigers on Saturday. The Devils and Panthers are level on points, though Wests' far superior points differential...
2015/07/05 04:11
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A MAN hurt in a serious trail bike crash has been flown to hospital by the Bundaberg RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter. The man, aged in his 50s, suffered suspected chest and shoulder injuries in the...
2015/07/04 13:05
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ONE of the interstate homicide investigators playing a crucial role in the cold case review into Corryn Rayney’s 2007 murder is a decorated detective who worked on Queensland’s infamous “Doctor Death”...
2015/07/04 12:28
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ROGUE tattoo removalists are using dangerous lasers imported from China that are leaving Queenslanders with severe burns and scarring. Queensland Health has launched raids across the southeast to...
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2015/07/04 03:23
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ASSUMPTION College Warwick took out the Queensland Independent Secondary Schools Netball Carnival yesterday, beating Good Shepherd Catholic College, Mt Isa, 26-22. The girls had a hectic run on their...
2015/07/04 00:11
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COUNTRY Week is a major coup for the Bundaberg and Wide Bay area, according to Bundaberg Rugby League chairman Mike Ireland. Queensland Rugby League chairman Peter Betros announced Bundaberg as one...
2015/07/03 23:34
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DON and Raylee Glasby were both members of the Gladstone Retirement Village Committee. They had high hopes of seeing a retirement village established in Phillip St and worked hard, along with other...
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VOLVO Polestar Racing V8 Supercar driver Scott McLaughlin has traded his steering wheel for a set of spanners at the Australian Kart Championship in Ipswich this weekend. McLaughlin, like all of his...
2015/07/03 20:11
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THERE is something for everyone from coins to old tables and antique lamps to sideboards at this weekend's Antique Fair. Jeweller Richard Macdonald said he had been coming to the Bundaberg Antique...
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A JURY took more than six hours to find yachtsman John Collins guilty of raping a young Sunshine Coast woman aboard his vessel during the 1980s. Collins, 76, had pleaded not guilty this week in the...
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RUBBER vine (Cryptostegia grandiflora) is native to Madagascar, but is now widely distributed throughout tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The plant was introduced to Australia as an...
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Bundaberg Regional Council is throwing its support behind Purple Power Day and joining businesses in decorating workplaces in purple to raise awareness of Relay for Life, a community event to raise...
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