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News.com.au
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKarise Eden, winner of The Voice, wows the crowd this morning at Whitford City
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Karise Eden, winner of The Voice, wows the crowd this morning at Whitford City shopping centre. Karise Eden on stage at Bluesfest 2013 in Byron Bay. Picture: Matt Roberts / Getty Images KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKarise Eden on Woman’s Day bikini shoot and her Australia tour | DailyTelegraph
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
Karise Eden on Woman’s Day bikini shoot and her Australia tour | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venu
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venues. And that’s not the only thing she’s downsized. Here she talks about airbrushing, dreaming the name of her son Blayden and why she wanted to give up singing after... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Karise Eden on her bikini shootKARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venu
Karise Eden on her bikini shoot
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
KARISE Eden has made her career more comfortable by downsizing to intimate venues. And that’s not the only thing she’s downsized. Here she talks about airbrushing, dreaming the name of her son Blayden and why she wanted to give up singing after... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets successWHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super C
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets success
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
WHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super Cup season, a familiar face will be waiting to welcome the new players. For 30 years, Leroy Murray has been a steadfast Jets supporter. Preparing for a new Jets season... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets successWHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super C
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets success
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 hours ago
WHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super Cup season, a familiar face will be waiting to welcome the new players. For 30 years, Leroy Murray has been a steadfast Jets supporter. Preparing for a new Jets season... Read more
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News Mail
Elder happy to helpOLYMPIC Games gold medallist and Bundaberg athlete Troy Elder is aiming to get
Elder happy to help
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
OLYMPIC Games gold medallist and Bundaberg athlete Troy Elder is aiming to get more kids into hockey with clinics over the weekend in the region. Following the success of last year's event, Elder and the Bulimba Bulls are back in the region to teach... Read more
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News Mail
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets successWHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super C
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets success
News Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
WHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super Cup season, a familiar face will be waiting to welcome the new players. For 30 years, Leroy Murray has been a steadfast Jets supporter. Preparing for a new Jets season... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets successWHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super C
Loyal Leroy plays vital role in Jets success
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 hours ago
WHEN the new-look Ipswich Jets return to the field for the 2016 Intrust Super Cup season, a familiar face will be waiting to welcome the new players. For 30 years, Leroy Murray has been a steadfast Jets supporter. Preparing for a new Jets season... Read more
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News Mail
Mem Fox spreads book magic in BundyREADING to your children is known to be an important and healthy activity. Mem
Mem Fox spreads book magic in Bundy
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
READING to your children is known to be an important and healthy activity. Mem Fox's reason for doing it? "It's an adorable thing to do," she said at Bundaberg Regional Libraries today. "You're doing it because you love the child - and it will... Read more
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News Mail
Bundaberg wins grant for Queensland’s first Women's WeekCELEBRATIONS of the achievements of Bundaberg's women and girls have received a
Bundaberg wins grant for Queensland’s first Women's Week
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
CELEBRATIONS of the achievements of Bundaberg's women and girls have received a welcome funding boost for the inaugural Queensland Women's Week, running from 7-13 March 2016. Member for Bundaberg Leanne Donaldson said the Bundaberg & District... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would not be where it is today. His dedication has not just helped the sport of cricket, but the community as a whole. The Gympie Times, in partnership with Bundaberg Rum, is... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
More than local legendsGROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challe
More than local legends
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
GROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challenges, as long-serving Gympie tennis coach Brett Cottrill would know. Often regional centres, like Gympie, do not get the exposure or support metropolitan counterparts... Read more
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Queensland Times
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?
Queensland Times / Posted 8 hours ago
JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would not be where it is today. His dedication has not just helped the sport of cricket, but the community as a whole. The Gympie Times, in partnership with Bundaberg Rum, is... Read more
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Queensland Times
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteerLOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for o
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteer
Queensland Times / Posted 8 hours ago
LOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for our Local Legends competition. In conjunction with Bundaberg Rum, The Chronicle is calling for nominations for our Local Legends competition, which will recognise the... Read more
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Queensland Times
More than local legendsGROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challe
More than local legends
Queensland Times / Posted 8 hours ago
GROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challenges, as long-serving Gympie tennis coach Brett Cottrill would know. Often regional centres, like Gympie, do not get the exposure or support metropolitan counterparts... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
More than local legendsGROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challe
More than local legends
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
GROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challenges, as long-serving Gympie tennis coach Brett Cottrill would know. Often regional centres, like Gympie, do not get the exposure or support metropolitan counterparts... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would not be where it is today. His dedication has not just helped the sport of cricket, but the community as a whole. The Gympie Times, in partnership with Bundaberg Rum, is... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteerLOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for o
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteer
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 hours ago
LOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for our Local Legends competition. In conjunction with Bundaberg Rum, The Chronicle is calling for nominations for our Local Legends competition, which will recognise the... Read more
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News Mail
Roadworks to be undertaken around BundyROAD safety improvement works will be rolled out across Queensland as part of t
Roadworks to be undertaken around Bundy
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
ROAD safety improvement works will be rolled out across Queensland as part of the State Government's Safer Roads Sooner (SRS) program. Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey today announced the successful projects under the $62 million road... Read more
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News Mail
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteerLOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for o
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteer
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
LOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for our Local Legends competition. In conjunction with Bundaberg Rum, The Chronicle is calling for nominations for our Local Legends competition, which will recognise the... Read more
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News Mail
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would not be where it is today. His dedication has not just helped the sport of cricket, but the community as a whole. The Gympie Times, in partnership with Bundaberg Rum, is... Read more
4 related stories
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News Mail
More than local legendsGROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challe
More than local legends
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
GROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challenges, as long-serving Gympie tennis coach Brett Cottrill would know. Often regional centres, like Gympie, do not get the exposure or support metropolitan counterparts... Read more
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News Mail
Croquet Club to remain in current location for 10 more yearsTHE Childers Croquet Club will this year celebrate its 60th year of competition
Croquet Club to remain in current location for 10 more years
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
THE Childers Croquet Club will this year celebrate its 60th year of competition secure in the knowledge that the sport will remain at its current location for another 10 years. At its ordinary meeting last week, Bundaberg Regional Council agreed to... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteerLOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for o
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteer
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
LOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for our Local Legends competition. In conjunction with Bundaberg Rum, The Chronicle is calling for nominations for our Local Legends competition, which will recognise the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would
Who is your unsung local sporting legend?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
JIM Geiger is a local sporting legend because without him Gympie cricket would not be where it is today. His dedication has not just helped the sport of cricket, but the community as a whole. The Gympie Times, in partnership with Bundaberg Rum, is... Read more
4 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
More than local legendsGROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challe
More than local legends
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
GROWING up and playing sport in a regional community comes with inherent challenges, as long-serving Gympie tennis coach Brett Cottrill would know. Often regional centres, like Gympie, do not get the exposure or support metropolitan counterparts... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Football Gympie's Trevor Kirk is a sporting legendGYMPIE sporting legend Trevor Kirk has been the unsung hero of local football f
Football Gympie's Trevor Kirk is a sporting legend
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
GYMPIE sporting legend Trevor Kirk has been the unsung hero of local football for 33 years. He started with the game in 1984 as the president of Golden City and has filled many and varied roles. The groundsman, canteen convener, equipment officer,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteerLOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for o
Nominate a worthy sporting volunteer
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 hours ago
LOCAL LEGENDS: Time is running out to nominate a great sporting volunteer for our Local Legends competition. In conjunction with Bundaberg Rum, The Chronicle is calling for nominations for our Local Legends competition, which will recognise the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cheapie Watch: Auckland Nines producesNRL SuperCoach 2016: Auckland Nines produces bumper batch of cheapies | DailyTe
Cheapie Watch: Auckland Nines produces
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
NRL SuperCoach 2016: Auckland Nines produces bumper batch of cheapies | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website CHEAPIES, cheapies and more cheapies emerged in a... Read more
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News Mail
Combating ice in BundabergAPPLYING indigenous techniques to a mainstream issue is one of the keys for com
Combating ice in Bundaberg
News Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
APPLYING indigenous techniques to a mainstream issue is one of the keys for combating ice in our region, according to IWC Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) program manager Lee Hammond. Ms Hammond says the organisation's methods of working with clients... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cheapie Watch: Auckland Nines producesCHEAPIES, cheapies and more cheapies emerged in a bumper Auckland Nines tournam
Cheapie Watch: Auckland Nines produces
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
CHEAPIES, cheapies and more cheapies emerged in a bumper Auckland Nines tournament. Brisbane winger Tom Opacic, Melbourne outside back Curtis Scott and Manly hooker Matt Parcell came from the blue to emerge as genuine bargain options for round one,... Read more
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News Mail
Fox visits Bundy tonight to promote readingA PRESENTATION which focuses on improving early literacy and communication skil
Fox visits Bundy tonight to promote reading
News Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
A PRESENTATION which focuses on improving early literacy and communication skills for the region's young will be hosted at the Bundaberg Regional Library tonight. The event is part of the One Book One Bundy initiative which promotes early language... Read more
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News Mail
Replacement rates notices to be sent to localsA TECHNICALl issue regarding the delivery of rate notices through BPAY View has
Replacement rates notices to be sent to locals
News Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
A TECHNICALl issue regarding the delivery of rate notices through BPAY View has been resolved and replacement notices will be sent to ratepayers. A council spokesperson said that while Bundaberg Regional Council issued the correct notices, a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noisePEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noise
The Daily Mercury / Posted 19 hours ago
PEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they say was a bright light accompanied by a boom sound. "Was rumbling for a good five minutes before I went outside," said Bundaberg's Jamie-lee Doorey. "Was walking back... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noisePEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noise
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 hours ago
PEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they say was a bright light accompanied by a boom sound. "Was rumbling for a good five minutes before I went outside," said Bundaberg's Jamie-lee Doorey. "Was walking back... Read more
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Queensland Times
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noisePEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noise
Queensland Times / Posted 19 hours ago
PEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they say was a bright light accompanied by a boom sound. "Was rumbling for a good five minutes before I went outside," said Bundaberg's Jamie-lee Doorey. "Was walking back... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noisePEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noise
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 19 hours ago
PEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they say was a bright light accompanied by a boom sound. "Was rumbling for a good five minutes before I went outside," said Bundaberg's Jamie-lee Doorey. "Was walking back... Read more
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News Mail
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noisePEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they
Qld homes shaken by strange bright light, noise
News Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
PEOPLE from across Queensland have taken to social media to describe what they say was a bright light accompanied by a boom sound. "Was rumbling for a good five minutes before I went outside," said Bundaberg's Jamie-lee Doorey. "Was walking back... Read more
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News Mail
Bundaberg girl runs away to join the circusWHEN Bundaberg performer Anelyse Keane signed up to participate in the Circa Cr
Bundaberg girl runs away to join the circus
News Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
WHEN Bundaberg performer Anelyse Keane signed up to participate in the Circa Crush program last year, she had no idea how much life was about to change. "I have always loved performing," Anelyse said. "After leaving high school in 2014, I saw the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
Daily Examiner / Posted 19 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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Northern Star
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
Northern Star / Posted 20 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
The Daily Mercury / Posted 20 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 20 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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Queensland Times
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
Queensland Times / Posted 20 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 20 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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News Mail
$5000 investment in future leadersFOUR Bundaberg business students can bank on extra support as inaugural recipie
$5000 investment in future leaders
News Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
FOUR Bundaberg business students can bank on extra support as inaugural recipients of Auswide Bank scholarships worth $5000 each. These recipients are the first to benefit from $50,000 worth of scholarships to be distributed over a three-year... Read more
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News Mail
Strawberry farm grew into cafe for travellersBUNDABERG resident Rieckie Muchow recalls a time when her grandparents owned a
Strawberry farm grew into cafe for travellers
News Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
BUNDABERG resident Rieckie Muchow recalls a time when her grandparents owned a strawberry farm in Bundaberg that also turned into a cafe. "In the late 40s and early 50s, my grandparents, Arthur and Florence Cunnington, owned Hill View Strawberry... Read more
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News Mail
Man, 75, preyed on female family membersA SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, grandda
Man, 75, preyed on female family members
News Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
A SERIAL sex offender who committed indecent acts against his daughter, granddaughter and two step-daughters across four decades has pleaded guilty to nine counts of indecent treatment of a child under 12. The man, who can not be named to protect... Read more
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News Mail
Throw a fish on the boat barbieSUMMER is upon us and there may not be a better time to celebrate with a barbec
Throw a fish on the boat barbie
News Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
SUMMER is upon us and there may not be a better time to celebrate with a barbecue. Why not do it in style on the water with help from Bundaberg's' new BBQ Boat. Business owner Dale Lockley said the boat was part of Bundaberg Ferry Company and he... Read more
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