June 2015

Published a story 28th Jun 2015 5:17 PM

HE CAN sit, drop, beg, shake and roll but these talents weren’t enough to secure Jay Jay a life off the streets.

Love for Jay Jay the talented stray

HE CAN sit, drop, beg, shake and roll but these talents weren’t enough to secure Jay Jay a life off the streets.

Published a story 28th Jun 2015 5:10 PM

WEEKEND emergency roundup includes boy stuck on rock face, an oil spill, four car collision, knife brawl and grass fires.

Weekend emergency roundup, boy stuck on 25 metre cliff

WEEKEND emergency roundup includes boy stuck on rock face, an oil spill, four car collision, knife brawl and grass fires.

Published a story 28th Jun 2015 5:04 PM

THE Bundaberg Orpheus Singers have presented a moving performance to commemorate the Gallipoli landing.

Singers present Gallipoli tribute

THE Bundaberg Orpheus Singers have presented a moving performance to commemorate the Gallipoli landing.

Published a story 28th Jun 2015 5:01 PM

WINDY weather was no match for the record numbers who turned out to the 10th annual Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) Fishing Classic at the weekend.

Record numbers for VMR Fishing Classic

WINDY weather was no match for the record numbers who turned out to the 10th annual Volunteer Marine Rescue (VMR) Fishing Classic at the weekend.

Published a story 28th Jun 2015 4:02 PM

ATTENTION will now turn to changes to Bundaberg Regional Council’s division boundaries after its request to abolish divisions was rejected.

Council divisions to stay but will change

ATTENTION will now turn to changes to Bundaberg Regional Council’s division boundaries after its request to abolish divisions was rejected.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 5:19 PM

KENTUCKY Blue Grass man worries the Bundaberg Regional Council may force him to sell his beloved birds and demolish his aviaries.

Man worries he will be forced to sell his pets

KENTUCKY Blue Grass man worries the Bundaberg Regional Council may force him to sell his beloved birds and demolish his aviaries.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 5:16 PM

NEW 24 hours toilets, security guards at taxi ranks, CCTV and gates on alleyways may soon be headed for the Bundaberg CBD.

CBD set to get safer

NEW 24 hours toilets, security guards at taxi ranks, CCTV and gates on alleyways may soon be headed for the Bundaberg CBD.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 10:58 AM

MORE than 25 community assets will be put under the hammer due to what the Bundaberg Regional Council has termed “a combination of financial factors”.

Combination of factors lead to lots under the hammer

MORE than 25 community assets will be put under the hammer due to what the Bundaberg Regional Council has termed “a combination of financial factors”.

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 5:41 AM

THE applicant behind the seaside Segway tours for Bargara has spoken out, refuting claims he stole the idea from South Kolan man Dave Zunker.

Debate heats to new level on Segways

THE applicant behind the seaside Segway tours for Bargara has spoken out, refuting claims he stole the idea from South Kolan man Dave Zunker.

Published a story 25th Jun 2015 5:38 PM

A GROUP of CQUniversity students have been given the royal treatment by Auswide Bank.

Auswide Bank praises uni students

A GROUP of CQUniversity students have been given the royal treatment by Auswide Bank.

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