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News Mail
Find out where the fish are bitingTHIS is generally a magic time of the year to get out and wet a line around the
Find out where the fish are biting
News Mail / Posted 11 minutes ago
THIS is generally a magic time of the year to get out and wet a line around the Bundaberg region. At this stage the forecast for this weekend is looking good, but please check the forecast the day before you're intending to head offshore. The... Read more
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News Mail
Navy says ahoy, BundyCREWS from the Australian Border Force Cape Class Patrol vessel, ADV Cape Nelso
Navy says ahoy, Bundy
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
CREWS from the Australian Border Force Cape Class Patrol vessel, ADV Cape Nelson, were treated to the sights of Bundaberg this week when they stopped over at the Bundaberg Port as part of a short logistics visit. The vessel, made up of about 30... Read more
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News Mail
Ariel's colourful adventuresMORE than 50 young children took their audience under the sea in Bundaberg Play
Ariel's colourful adventures
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
MORE than 50 young children took their audience under the sea in Bundaberg Players spectacularly colourful production of Disney's the Little Mermaid JR. The cast performed in front of a capacity crowd at the Playhouse Theatre last night for its... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
2500 people turned away after major Rocky event cancelledRiver. The city was set to host the Queensland Schools Championships regatta i
2500 people turned away after major Rocky event cancelled
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 hours ago
River. The city was set to host the Queensland Schools Championships regatta in September, but the event has been moved to Bundaberg after heavy rainfall and swift water on the river damaged the course. Rowing Queensland CEO Murray Stewart said... Read more
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News Mail
Youths given a spray by builderA BUNDABERG builder is using art to help disadvantaged youth get off the street
Youths given a spray by builder
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
A BUNDABERG builder is using art to help disadvantaged youth get off the streets and into working life. Jesse Zielke of JRZ Homes is not only giving dysfunctional teens a chance to work for him, but is also creating opportunities to get their... Read more
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News Mail
Doctors differ on scan resultshas testified a CT scan should have been "the game changer” when it came to car
Doctors differ on scan results
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
has testified a CT scan should have been "the game changer” when it came to care of Mark Anthony Plumb. The 76-year-old Bundaberg man died on October 23, 2014, from complications after gall stone surgery at the Friendly Society Private... Read more
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News Mail
Tenants trash Bundaberg homeNATHAN and Amy Webster have been forced to listen over the phone to details of
Tenants trash Bundaberg home
News Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
NATHAN and Amy Webster have been forced to listen over the phone to details of how their Bundaberg rental property has been trashed by tenants. Stinking rubbish bags overflowing with garbage sit rotting in the sun on the footpath, while inside,... Read more
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News Mail
Journey through time at the East Water TowerWALKING up the wooden staircase inside the East Bundaberg Water Tower you can f
Journey through time at the East Water Tower
News Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
WALKING up the wooden staircase inside the East Bundaberg Water Tower you can feel the history emanating from its walls. The walls are lined with graffiti that tell stories of love, tragedy and perhaps a little mischief too. The historic tower will... Read more
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News Mail
Spray painting for the betterA BUNDABERG builder is using art to help disadvantaged youth get off the street
Spray painting for the better
News Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
A BUNDABERG builder is using art to help disadvantaged youth get off the streets and into working life. Jesse Zielke of JRZ Homes is not only giving dysfunctional teens a chance to work for him, but is also creating opportunities to get their... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10Kas he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comm
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10K
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 hours ago
as he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comment after hearing from the brother of former Bundaberg fruit picker Min Tae Kim tell the court about the heartache his family had suffered since the murder on December... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10Kas he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comm
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10K
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
as he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comment after hearing from the brother of former Bundaberg fruit picker Min Tae Kim tell the court about the heartache his family had suffered since the murder on December... Read more
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Queensland Times
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10Kas he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comm
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10K
Queensland Times / Posted 18 hours ago
as he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comment after hearing from the brother of former Bundaberg fruit picker Min Tae Kim tell the court about the heartache his family had suffered since the murder on December... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10Kas he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comm
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10K
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 hours ago
as he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comment after hearing from the brother of former Bundaberg fruit picker Min Tae Kim tell the court about the heartache his family had suffered since the murder on December... Read more
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News Mail
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10Kas he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comm
CASH KILLER: Sanghyun Hwang killed a man for $10K
News Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
as he sentenced him to life imprisonment. Justice Martin Daubney made the comment after hearing from the brother of former Bundaberg fruit picker Min Tae Kim tell the court about the heartache his family had suffered since the murder on December... Read more
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News Mail
Neighbour's car strikes womanmembers were said to have witnessed the drama. The 37-year-old was taken to ho
Neighbour's car strikes woman
News Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
members were said to have witnessed the drama. The 37-year-old was taken to hospital by ambulance with a hip injury. Bundaberg Police spokesman said they were told by the daughter of the woman that there was an argument between the male... Read more
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Daily Examiner
CVAS to welcome new principal in Education Weekannounce the arrival of Mr Martin Oates, as its seventh Principal. Formerly the
CVAS to welcome new principal in Education Week
Daily Examiner / Posted 18 hours ago
announce the arrival of Mr Martin Oates, as its seventh Principal. Formerly the Principal of St Luke's Anglican School in Bundaberg for 10 years, Mr Oates is already impressed with the passionate staff and students of our vibrant school,... Read more
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News Mail
The portable purple pedestal goes publicTHE purple toilet helping to raise money to find a cure for cancer is holding B
The portable purple pedestal goes public
News Mail / Posted yesterday
THE purple toilet helping to raise money to find a cure for cancer is holding Bundaberg businesses to ransom. The Relay for Life loo is part of the Paint the Town Purple campaign and will circulate around Bundaberg until the end of the week. When... Read more
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News Mail
National success for Bundaberg's Matt EichmannWEIGHTLIFTING: A chance training session with his brother has led Bundaberg's M
National success for Bundaberg's Matt Eichmann
News Mail / Posted yesterday
WEIGHTLIFTING: A chance training session with his brother has led Bundaberg's Matt Eichmann to national success in a new sport. Just over six months ago the former rower was told to weightlift in a small club event to see how he would go. Since... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparentsNOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have alread
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparents
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
NOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have already endured more challenges than most of us will experience in a lifetime. On September 1, 2013 they were born via emergency C-section, 104 days premature and with a... Read more
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News Mail
Jury to start deliberations in to Bundaberg fruit picker's deathJURY is today expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guil
Jury to start deliberations in to Bundaberg fruit picker's death
News Mail / Posted yesterday
JURY is today expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty of murder or manslaughter over a former Bundaberg fruit picker's death in Brisbane. Mr Hwang has pleaded guilty in Brisbane Supreme Court to interfering with fellow... Read more
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News Mail
Qantas on time into Bundy more than VirginBUNDABERG Airport is in the top 10 of Australian regional airports for on-time
Qantas on time into Bundy more than Virgin
News Mail / Posted yesterday
BUNDABERG Airport is in the top 10 of Australian regional airports for on-time performance, with 90% of all flights arriving and departing on time. Latest industry figures for the month of June show Bundaberg airport rates sixth behind Mount Isa,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparentsNOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have alread
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparents
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
NOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have already endured more challenges than most of us will experience in a lifetime. On September 1, 2013 they were born via emergency C-section, 104 days premature and with a... Read more
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Northern Star
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparentsNOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have alread
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparents
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
NOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have already endured more challenges than most of us will experience in a lifetime. On September 1, 2013 they were born via emergency C-section, 104 days premature and with a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparentsNOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have alread
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparents
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
NOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have already endured more challenges than most of us will experience in a lifetime. On September 1, 2013 they were born via emergency C-section, 104 days premature and with a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparentsNOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have alread
Can you help? Orphaned triplets cared for by grandparents
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
NOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have already endured more challenges than most of us will experience in a lifetime. On September 1, 2013 they were born via emergency C-section, 104 days premature and with a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Growers call for better market access into TaiwanGovernment to begin talks on a Free Trade Agreement with the county. A delegat
Growers call for better market access into Taiwan
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Government to begin talks on a Free Trade Agreement with the county. A delegation of 25 Taiwanese buyers travelled to Bundaberg recently to sample Australian produce. Trade and Investment Queensland regional adviser Brett Tucker said while... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A Queensland farmer is exploring the booming popularity of turmeric as a super foodAnthony Rehbein says there's growing demand for the spice widely viewed as a 's
A Queensland farmer is exploring the booming popularity of turmeric as a super food
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Anthony Rehbein says there's growing demand for the spice widely viewed as a 'superfood' (ABC Rural: Kallee Buchanan) A Bundaberg ginger grower is harvesting his first commercial turmeric crop as demand for the so-called super food ramps... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty of murder or manslaughter over a former Bundaberg fruit picker's death in Brisbane. Mr Hwang has pleaded guilty in Brisbane Supreme Court to interfering with fellow... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty of murder or manslaughter over a former Bundaberg fruit picker's death in Brisbane. Mr Hwang has pleaded guilty in Brisbane Supreme Court to interfering with fellow... Read more
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Queensland Times
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty of murder or manslaughter over a former Bundaberg fruit picker's death in Brisbane. Mr Hwang has pleaded guilty in Brisbane Supreme Court to interfering with fellow... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty of murder or manslaughter over a former Bundaberg fruit picker's death in Brisbane. Mr Hwang has pleaded guilty in Brisbane Supreme Court to interfering with fellow... Read more
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News Mail
Fair go?Liberty Alliance would NOT support a Backpacker Tax or any tax increases and we
Fair go?
News Mail / Posted yesterday
Liberty Alliance would NOT support a Backpacker Tax or any tax increases and were for smaller smarter government. Apparently this was not newsworthy enough for the media outlets. So I say to you where was the fair go here? SAM LIBY ... Read more
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News Mail
Top performancemusical presentation at the Shalom performing arts complex on Sunday July 17 ti
Top performance
News Mail / Posted yesterday
musical presentation at the Shalom performing arts complex on Sunday July 17 titled Tea and Symphony. Firstly the Bundaberg Symphony Orchestra was conducted with finesse by Delwyn Ainsworth. The talented musicians, playing Beethoven's... Read more
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News Mail
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty
Bundaberg fruit picker’s death - murder or manslaughter?
News Mail / Posted yesterday
(Thursday) expected to begin deliberations on whether Sanghyun Hwang is guilty of murder or manslaughter over a former Bundaberg fruit picker's death in Brisbane. Mr Hwang has pleaded guilty in Brisbane Supreme Court to interfering with fellow... Read more
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Weekly Times
Market war heats upWHEN a Bundaberg vegetable farmer answered the phone last week there was a deep
Market war heats up
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
WHEN a Bundaberg vegetable farmer answered the phone last week there was a deep voice whispering down the line. At first it said “you’re a f---ing dog”. Then it told the grower to watch to his back because the speaker was right behind him. The man... Read more
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News Mail
State's top singers to inspire at Childers Festivalto the test at a performance on Saturday at an event called Opera by the Lake a
State's top singers to inspire at Childers Festival
News Mail / Posted yesterday
to the test at a performance on Saturday at an event called Opera by the Lake at Lake Redbrook Holiday Retreat, Childers. Bundaberg Regional Council community and cultural services spokeswoman Judy Peters said the popular event had returned this... Read more
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News Mail
The Caneland Classic is returning next month to BundyCYCLING: For the first time in five years, one of the main cycling events on th
The Caneland Classic is returning next month to Bundy
News Mail / Posted yesterday
CYCLING: For the first time in five years, one of the main cycling events on the calendar returns to the Bundaberg. Last held in 2011, the Caneland Classic will be back next month when cyclists from around the state compete for more than $4000 in... Read more
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News Mail
Four juniors selected for Presidents teamUNION: Bundaberg's Len Kirchner believes the success of four students can lead
Four juniors selected for Presidents team
News Mail / Posted yesterday
UNION: Bundaberg's Len Kirchner believes the success of four students can lead to more players playing the game of rugby union. Jano Kirchner, Sam Puusaari, Travis Price and Cornelis van der Merwe have all been selected for a Presidents team to... Read more
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News Mail
Post-operative hospital care focus of death inquesttreatment. Mr Plumb underwent a number of procedures in Brisbane but died on O
Post-operative hospital care focus of death inquest
News Mail / Posted yesterday
treatment. Mr Plumb underwent a number of procedures in Brisbane but died on October 23, 2014. The inquest began in Bundaberg Wednesday, with the hospital staff who cared for Mr Plumb in the hours after his surgery the first to give... Read more
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News Mail
Family step up to help triplets rocked by tragedyNOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have alread
Family step up to help triplets rocked by tragedy
News Mail / Posted yesterday
NOT quite two years old, Bundaberg triplets Tom, Sam and Emily Benn have already endured more challenges than most of us will experience in a lifetime. On September 1, 2013 they were born via emergency C-section, 104 days premature and with a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bus rollover near Bundaberg, two people trappedEmergency services were at the scene of a bus rollover near Bundaberg on Wednes
Bus rollover near Bundaberg, two people trapped
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Emergency services were at the scene of a bus rollover near Bundaberg on Wednesday afternoon where 14 people were on board. The accident happened just after 4pm and involved a bus that transported working holiday-makers to and from work. Emergency... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Dozens assessed after separate crashesthe 12 people, one might require transport to hospital. It is understood no one
Dozens assessed after separate crashes
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
the 12 people, one might require transport to hospital. It is understood no one has been seriously injured. Meanwhile in Bundaberg North, paramedics have assessed 14 people after a mini bus rolled over this afternoon. Emergency services arrived... Read more
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News Mail
10 stores we need in Bundy’s new shopping complexWE ASKED readers to tell us which stores they thought we needed in the new $31m
10 stores we need in Bundy’s new shopping complex
News Mail / Posted yesterday
WE ASKED readers to tell us which stores they thought we needed in the new $31m Coles complex being built in Bundaberg. There were hundreds of suggestions, these were some of the most popular. Possibly one of the most requested stores for... Read more
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News Mail
Mayor busts ballet moves as Cane2Coral gears upa half marathon, or a 4km walk, the benefits of participating in the Cane2Coral
Mayor busts ballet moves as Cane2Coral gears up
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a half marathon, or a 4km walk, the benefits of participating in the Cane2Coral are many and varied,” Cr Batt said. “The Bundaberg Region offers a range of healthy and active lifestyle options and the Cane2Coral event reflects... Read more
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News Mail
Bundy farmer taps into the spice of lifeA BUNDABERG ginger farmer is tapping into the booming market of turmeric as he
Bundy farmer taps into the spice of life
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A BUNDABERG ginger farmer is tapping into the booming market of turmeric as he sells his first commercial crop and eyes further growth for the golden spice. Anthony Rehbein has been growing ginger for 12 years and three years ago decided to start... Read more
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News Mail
Do you know who stole Pirate Pete’s boots?children with music, games and sharing stories from his life on the open waters
Do you know who stole Pirate Pete’s boots?
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
children with music, games and sharing stories from his life on the open waters. The seafaring adventurer arrived in Bundaberg on Sunday and went to camp overnight at Riverdale Caravan Park when the incident happened. "On Monday morning I... Read more
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News Mail
The story of that beautiful church with the blue crossON APRIL 3, 1960, a ground-breaking new building was dedicated in Bundaberg. I
The story of that beautiful church with the blue cross
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
ON APRIL 3, 1960, a ground-breaking new building was dedicated in Bundaberg. It was the new St John's Lutheran Church, and it has a fascinating story. Designed by renowned architect Karl Langer and commissioned in 1955, the church building is one... Read more
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Northern Star
The numbers are in on social bowlers on the greensoldest in the squad, 46-year-old Mark Malogorski and Marcus Simpson, 13. Next y
The numbers are in on social bowlers on the greens
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
oldest in the squad, 46-year-old Mark Malogorski and Marcus Simpson, 13. Next youngest is Nick Cahill, 14, of Bargara near Bundaberg, Queensland. Big win SIXTEEN-year-old twin Kit Conlan won Ballina’s major singles title last weekend by a big... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Bullying shame: 'There were five girls on one.'ground and stood in front of her to protect her." Miss Dale was crossing the w
Bullying shame: 'There were five girls on one.'
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
ground and stood in front of her to protect her." Miss Dale was crossing the walking bridge above the train tracks in West Bundaberg Monday afternoon when she heard a group of teens verbally abusing the 14-year-old. When she was almost across the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Bullying shame: 'There were five girls on one.'ground and stood in front of her to protect her." Miss Dale was crossing the w
Bullying shame: 'There were five girls on one.'
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
ground and stood in front of her to protect her." Miss Dale was crossing the walking bridge above the train tracks in West Bundaberg Monday afternoon when she heard a group of teens verbally abusing the 14-year-old. When she was almost across the... Read more
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