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News Mail
Smith jumps away to win on dominant day at the Show.Smith had a perfect day out on his horses competing yesterday in the Queensland
Smith jumps away to win on dominant day at the Show.
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Smith had a perfect day out on his horses competing yesterday in the Queensland Country Showjumping championships at the Bundaberg Show. Participating in the 1.15m and 1.25m class, and the Grand Prix, the Gatton rider cleared every jump as he... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Roller derby interest growsclose bunch of girls, it's like another family." They compete against teams fr
Roller derby interest grows
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
close bunch of girls, it's like another family." They compete against teams from as far north as Cairns and south to Bundaberg, making friends as they go. "If you want to go for a holiday in Cairns you know you've got some friends up there... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Police, ambos, firies and SES at Burnett bridgeto believe it was just a training exercise. Fire trucks and ambulances with fl
Police, ambos, firies and SES at Burnett bridge
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
to believe it was just a training exercise. Fire trucks and ambulances with flashing lights set the scene as the SES and Bundaberg police arrived. Onlookers in cars and boats slowed to check out the commotion under the Burnett Traffic Bridge as... Read more
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News Mail
Walla St Bridge to be closed for repairsWALLA Street Bridge in Bundaberg will be closed for approximately three weeks f
Walla St Bridge to be closed for repairs
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
WALLA Street Bridge in Bundaberg will be closed for approximately three weeks from Monday, May 30 while structural repair work is under way. Council's Roads and Drainage portfolio spokesperson Cr Wayne Honor said a specialist contractor had been... Read more
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News Mail
Is Bundy one step closer to new flights?WITH more than 1400 people already lodging their feedback regarding flight rout
Is Bundy one step closer to new flights?
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
WITH more than 1400 people already lodging their feedback regarding flight routes from Bundaberg Regional Airport, Bundaberg Regional Council has extended the closing date of the survey to June 3 to give every resident the opportunity to have their... Read more
10h
News Mail
The project that Pitt says could create 92 jobsMr O'Dowd said. Also announced today is $750,000 to fast-track a feasibility s
The project that Pitt says could create 92 jobs
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
Mr O'Dowd said. Also announced today is $750,000 to fast-track a feasibility study into upgrading the capacity of the Bundaberg Channel. PROJECT COULD MEAN EXTRA WATER Mr Pitt said the study will look at the most effective options for... Read more
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News Mail
Crackdown on unpaid fines: pay up or have your wheel clampedagencies face the prospect of having their vehicles immobilised until they do o
Crackdown on unpaid fines: pay up or have your wheel clamped
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
agencies face the prospect of having their vehicles immobilised until they do or seized and sold if they don't. Member for Bundaberg Leanne Donaldson was shocked to know many debtors just thumbed their noses at recovery efforts by the State... Read more
13h
News Mail
Red-hot: fishing on fire across regionWE HAD a week of reasonable weather this week around the Bundaberg area, with t
Red-hot: fishing on fire across region
News Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
WE HAD a week of reasonable weather this week around the Bundaberg area, with the light winds we experienced this past week and it's given an opportunity to allow plenty of boats to head offshore. Although the tides were big on the back of the full... Read more
14h
The Daily Mercury
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy businessUPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundabe
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy business
The Daily Mercury / Posted 14 hours ago
UPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundaberg last night. It will be alleged that around 8pm, police attended a licensed premises on Targo Street after a 27-year-old Bundaberg South man was injured in a physical... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy businessUPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundabe
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy business
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 hours ago
UPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundaberg last night. It will be alleged that around 8pm, police attended a licensed premises on Targo Street after a 27-year-old Bundaberg South man was injured in a physical... Read more
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Queensland Times
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy businessUPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundabe
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy business
Queensland Times / Posted 15 hours ago
UPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundaberg last night. It will be alleged that around 8pm, police attended a licensed premises on Targo Street after a 27-year-old Bundaberg South man was injured in a physical... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy businessUPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundabe
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy business
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 hours ago
UPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundaberg last night. It will be alleged that around 8pm, police attended a licensed premises on Targo Street after a 27-year-old Bundaberg South man was injured in a physical... Read more
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15h
News Mail
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy businessUPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundabe
UPDATE: Woman charged following attack at Bundy business
News Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
UPDATE: Police are investigating after a man was allegedly assaulted in Bundaberg last night. It will be alleged that around 8pm, police attended a licensed premises on Targo Street after a 27-year-old Bundaberg South man was injured in a physical... Read more
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News Mail
Our beasts are best: Bundaberg cattle rule showtheir spare time showing cattle, but for Hayden Beresford it has paid off. He
Our beasts are best: Bundaberg cattle rule show
News Mail / Posted yesterday
their spare time showing cattle, but for Hayden Beresford it has paid off. He took out a Grand Champion ribbon at the Bundaberg Show with his limousin bull, Double Bar Kenworth, which he bought last year and keeps at his family farm at Boompa,... Read more
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News Mail
Spike in flu and tonsillitis on show holidayTonsillitis, high fevers and the flu have made for a miserable show holiday for
Spike in flu and tonsillitis on show holiday
News Mail / Posted yesterday
Tonsillitis, high fevers and the flu have made for a miserable show holiday for many of Bundaberg's residents - especially children. House Call Doctor - an after-hours medical service that provides bulk-billed, home doctor visits across the Wide Bay... Read more
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News Mail
Men are mad for Monopolyfor some of us," President Brian Black said with a twinkle in his eye that was
Men are mad for Monopoly
News Mail / Posted yesterday
for some of us," President Brian Black said with a twinkle in his eye that was indicative of youthful days gone by. The Bundaberg Junior Monopoly Club, Mr Black said, was created by himself, Cliff Harford, Bill Mellor and Geoff Hay in their... Read more
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Rappler
Johnny Depp and Australia minister renew war of wordsJohnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. "When I walk around
Johnny Depp and Australia minister renew war of words
Rappler / Posted yesterday
Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. "When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don't completely like you but you were... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Depp and Australia minister renew war of wordsJohnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. “When I walk around
Depp and Australia minister renew war of words
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. “When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don’t completely like you but you were... Read more
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News Mail
Arthur's life is a story worth tellinghe said. "His love of family, his love of community and what he's done to help
Arthur's life is a story worth telling
News Mail / Posted yesterday
he said. "His love of family, his love of community and what he's done to help people is often done in the background - he doesn't talk about it." Until now. Copies of Never Say Never are available in the Woodchopping yard at the Bundaberg... Read more
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News Mail
Signs warn of chemtrails - what are the white lines really?control the weather. Some Queenslanders have even taken to the streets in prot
Signs warn of chemtrails - what are the white lines really?
News Mail / Posted yesterday
control the weather. Some Queenslanders have even taken to the streets in protest. With a lot of white lines appearing in Bundaberg's skies, signs have started springing up around town warning people of the difference between "regular" contrails... Read more
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News Mail
Ropeable resident says electricity bill is shockingA BUNDABERG man said he is "ropeable" over extra electricity bill charges that
Ropeable resident says electricity bill is shocking
News Mail / Posted yesterday
A BUNDABERG man said he is "ropeable" over extra electricity bill charges that he believes are "cash grabs" from the government. Douglas Peterson, who is 92 years old, said he received a shock after opening his April electricity bill and finding... Read more
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asianage
‘Australia dy PM looks like he’s inbred with a tomato’me Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. When I walk aroun
‘Australia dy PM looks like he’s inbred with a tomato’
asianage / Posted yesterday
me Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don’t completely like you but you were... Read more
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asianage
�Australia dy PM looks like he's inbred with a tomato'me Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. When I walk aroun
�Australia dy PM looks like he's inbred with a tomato'
asianage / Posted yesterday
me Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don’t completely like you but you were... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all tim
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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Queensland Times
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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Queensland Times
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all tim
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
6 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all tim
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
6 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all tim
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
6 related stories
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Daily Examiner
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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Northern Star
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all tim
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
6 related stories
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Northern Star
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all tim
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-watering all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
6 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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iafrica.com
Depp & Aussie minister mock each otherJohnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. "When I walk around
Depp & Aussie minister mock each other
iafrica.com / Posted yesterday
Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. "When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don't completely like you but you were... Read more
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News Mail
Show calls cops on Hinkler candidateBill Foster has stood his ground, refusing to leave the carpark outside the sho
Show calls cops on Hinkler candidate
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Bill Foster has stood his ground, refusing to leave the carpark outside the showgrounds despite requests to do so by the Bundaberg Show Society. Mr Foster said the carpark was public property and as long as he behaved appropriately was entitled... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Australia's deputy PM says he's Johnny Depp's...is the Australian people know that we did the right thing." "When I walk around
Australia's deputy PM says he's Johnny Depp's...
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 2 days ago
is the Australian people know that we did the right thing." "When I walk around the streets of Tamworth, or the streets of Bundaberg, or Martin Place in Sydney. To be honest, whether they like me or not, they say 'I don't particularly like you but... Read more
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News Mail
Justin Standley, Phoebe Jay & Evelyn Bury to play Bundy gigcause. In a first for the region, Evelyn Bury, Justin Standley and Phoebe Jay
Justin Standley, Phoebe Jay & Evelyn Bury to play Bundy gig
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
cause. In a first for the region, Evelyn Bury, Justin Standley and Phoebe Jay will star in a concert raising money for Bundaberg Relay for Life. The Bundaberg trio will perform solo and share the stage performing many of their hits. Event... Read more
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The North West Star
Queensland fury at unpaid flood disaster fundsin the federal budget by up to two years. The 2014-15 Queensland claim include
Queensland fury at unpaid flood disaster funds
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
in the federal budget by up to two years. The 2014-15 Queensland claim includes flood and cyclone recovery works from Bundaberg from category five Cyclone Oswald and repairs to Brisbane's river ferry terminals. "Michael. This politicisation... Read more
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News Mail
Eight dumped pups have found new homescross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ag
Eight dumped pups have found new homes
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
cross pups that were randomly dumped on a Burnett Heads doorstep a few weeks ago have found their fur-ever homes. RSPCA Bundaberg second-in-charge Donna Wolgast said the black pups were handed in by a man who found them at his front door one... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Wild bull goes on a rampage at show... girl hurtA BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg
Wild bull goes on a rampage at show... girl hurt
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
A BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg Show, injuring a young female handler. The bull escaped from its enclosure just before noon. It then headed around the jumping ring where it threatened two older women... Read more
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Raw Story
‘Inbred with a tomato’: Johnny Depp and Australia minister renew bizarre, unhinged war of wordsJohnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. “When I walk around
‘Inbred with a tomato’: Johnny Depp and Australia minister renew bizarre, unhinged war of words
Raw Story / Posted 2 days ago
Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. “When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don’t completely like you but you were... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Runaway bull lands teen in hospitalA TEENAGER has been taken to hospital after being struck in the chest by a runa
Runaway bull lands teen in hospital
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A TEENAGER has been taken to hospital after being struck in the chest by a runaway bull at the Bundaberg Show. The girl was struck in the middle of the chest just before 12.30pm today. She was taken to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mem Fox encourages parents to read to childrenthis week to encourage parents to read to their children. The author of more t
Mem Fox encourages parents to read to children
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
this week to encourage parents to read to their children. The author of more than 40 books, including Possum Magic, was in Bundaberg on Wednesday as part of First 5 Forever, a statewide program encouraging language and reading for families with... Read more
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Queensland Times
Wild bull goes on a rampage at show... girl hurtA BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg
Wild bull goes on a rampage at show... girl hurt
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
A BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg Show, injuring a young female handler. The bull escaped from its enclosure just before noon. It then headed around the jumping ring where it threatened two older women... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Wild bull goes on a rampage at show... girl hurtA BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg
Wild bull goes on a rampage at show... girl hurt
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
A BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg Show, injuring a young female handler. The bull escaped from its enclosure just before noon. It then headed around the jumping ring where it threatened two older women... Read more
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News Mail
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-water all time f
Everyone has a show food favourite: did we choose yours?
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
LICK your lips and get ready to sink your teeth into the mouth-water all time favourites at this year's show. The Bundaberg Show kicked off in the sunshine and the appetites of patrons' were whetted. Whether it is the crisp chips and hot Dagwood... Read more
6 related stories
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Daily Examiner
Wild bull goes on a rampage at Bundaberg show injuring girlA BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg
Wild bull goes on a rampage at Bundaberg show injuring girl
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
A BRAHMAN bull has escaped its pen and gone on a 500m rampage at the Bundaberg Show, injuring a young female handler. The bull escaped from its enclosure just before noon. It then headed around the jumping ring where it threatened two older women... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Depp and Australia minister renew war of wordsJohnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. "When I walk around
Depp and Australia minister renew war of words
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
Johnny. The Australian people know we did the right thing. "When I walk around the streets of Tamworth or the streets of Bundaberg or Martin Place in Sydney, whether they like me or not, they say, well, don't completely like you but you were... Read more
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