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2014/11/27 08:11
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NEXT time people bring up the "too old to play" argument, sit them down for a chat with Norm Schleusener. Schleusener surprised himself and his teammates on Saturday when he became the first man to...
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2014/11/27 08:11
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VANESSA and Rhys Kummerow may receive the ultimate first birthday present tomorrow night. The Kummerows own Childers Eco-lodge, which celebrated a year of operation at the end of last month. Now...
2014/11/27 07:11
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A SEVEN-MEMBER Iconic Events Advisory Committee was finalised by Bundaberg Regional Council at its Ordinary Meeting this week. Bundaberg Regional Council had called for expressions of interest in...
2014/11/27 06:11
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NAMES like Snake Gulch, Catbaloo and Hillbilly Hook might be seen more on a screenplay from a 1960s western movie but on Friday at the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct they will feature on the draw of...
2014/11/27 06:11
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QUEENSLAND is seeing some of the best school attendance rates ever recorded in the state, according to a recent review undertaken by Queensland Parliament's Education and Innovation...
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Bundaberg duo Shane Parsons and Simon Ridley of rock band DZ Deathrays have won an ARIA award for their latest album efforts. The musicians were presented with the Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album...
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2014/11/27 05:26
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Now almost two years later the riverbank has been reopened with a new community parkland in its place. "It was an eyesore, it was a scar on our city, it was a remnant of the flood we had to fix up,"...
2014/11/27 05:26
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It is a hot Bundaberg weekend and the track is scorching. Thankfully the drivers can relax in the shade as their cars make their way around the track. The crew from the Coral Coast Radio Control Car...
2014/11/27 02:26
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Researchers cut fruit and veg waste by extracting and selling valuable components Photo: DAFF's Innovative Food Solutions and Technologies unit has been extracting certain compounds from fruit and...
2014/11/27 02:11
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REGIONAL property owners have until 4.45pm today to comment on the proposed Bundaberg Regional Council Planning Scheme. A community consultation process has been underway for over nine weeks and has...
2014/11/27 01:23
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BURNETT Livestock and Realty's meatworks and store sale on Monday saw a yarding of 1059 head. Only 26 bullocks over 500kg were yarded with mixed quality topping at 176.2c. The Preston family,...
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2014/11/27 00:11
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WATCHING a professional track race spectators can't help but be impressed by the beautiful carbon bikes flying past them ridden by the likes of Kiwi star Shane Archbald while the older members of the...
2014/11/26 21:17
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ROXANE Gilbert had one question as she lay on the lounge room floor bleeding to death - why? Her chilling last words came out in court as a police interview with Horace Lorenzo Jones was played for...
2014/11/26 21:13
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THE Gladstone Health Partnership has sent a letter to Premier Campbell Newman this week, demanding a new hospital be built in Gladstone. The partnership - consisting of representatives from all...
2014/11/26 20:23
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THE Toowoomba Showgrounds will be showered in a kaleidoscope of colour when it hosts the Colour Vibe this Sunday. The global phenomenon has put a bright spin on fitness as runners are blasted with...
2014/11/26 19:11
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AS a celebration of their year together, the Bundaberg TAFE Queensland East Coast international student community indulged in a feast of epic proportions yesterday. The students, who have been...
2014/11/26 19:11
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POLICE in Bundaberg are bracing for a spike in domestic violence over the holiday season. Bundaberg Police Inspector Kevin Guteridge said there were many possible reasons for the increase in domestic...
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THE Bundaberg Community Development Group is closing its doors after 40 years and went out with a bang. Committee development worker Anne McWhiter said a loss of government funding a few years ago...
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THE section of the Burnett River bank which was ravaged by the 2013 floods has been given a new lease of life. Work has been completed on the former site of Midtown Marina, which now boasts seating...
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AS TECHNOLOGY Park flood levee nears completition, Minister for Community Recovery and Resilience David Crisafulli said he hoped it would offer a little bit of protection for the low-lying areas of...
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