September 2017

Published a story 19th Sep 2017 4:24 PM

CENTRELINK'S automated debt recovery system has again come under fire as many Bundaberg welfare recipients had their debts reduced or wiped entirely.

Robo-debt debacle hits Bundy

CENTRELINK'S automated debt recovery system has again come under fire as many Bundaberg welfare recipients had their debts reduced or wiped entirely.

Published a story 19th Sep 2017 3:54 PM

A BARGARA church pastor will spearhead the anti-same-sex marriage campaign in Bundy, arguing a change to the Marriage Act could lead to legalising other things.

Pastor explains why he wants you to vote no

A BARGARA church pastor will spearhead the anti-same-sex marriage campaign in Bundy, arguing a change to the Marriage Act could lead to legalising other things.

Published a story 18th Sep 2017 1:07 PM

SICK of cleaning gutters by hand, Bundaberg man Warren Ballantyne turned his initial frustration into a multi-million-dollar idea.

Business's rise to the top

SICK of cleaning gutters by hand, Bundaberg man Warren Ballantyne turned his initial frustration into a multi-million-dollar idea.

Published a story 16th Sep 2017 11:28 AM

THE state's Co-ordinator-General has released the draft development scheme for a 6000ha parcel of land adjacent to the Port of Bundaberg for public comment.

What does Bundaberg's SDA aim to achieve for our region?

THE state's Co-ordinator-General has released the draft development scheme for a 6000ha parcel of land adjacent to the Port of Bundaberg for public comment.

Published a story 15th Sep 2017 5:35 PM

WHILE the government is busy spruiking its Buy Queensland campaign, a local contractor has been overlooked for the scuttling of ex-HMAS Tobruk.

MP says local contractor should scuttle Tobruk

WHILE the government is busy spruiking its Buy Queensland campaign, a local contractor has been overlooked for the scuttling of ex-HMAS Tobruk.

Published a story 15th Sep 2017 4:28 PM

A CAFE, 30-seat amphitheatre, and an engaging interpretative experience are all part of a $10 million redevelopment of the Mon Repos Turtle Centre.

New cafe, amphitheatre, part of $10m works at Mon Repos

A CAFE, 30-seat amphitheatre, and an engaging interpretative experience are all part of a $10 million redevelopment of the Mon Repos Turtle Centre.

Published a story 14th Sep 2017 5:41 PM

A GROUP of National MPs are pushing for a widespread rollout of the Cashless Debit Card but Hinkler MP Keith Pitt is not among them.

Push for Cashless Debit Card changes

A GROUP of National MPs are pushing for a widespread rollout of the Cashless Debit Card but Hinkler MP Keith Pitt is not among them.

Published a story 14th Sep 2017 5:36 PM

LABOR has rejected claims it's sacked firefighters from the North Coast region ahead of one of the worst bushfire seasons in recent memory.

LNP and Labor face off over 'sacked' firefighters

LABOR has rejected claims it's sacked firefighters from the North Coast region ahead of one of the worst bushfire seasons in recent memory.

Published a story 14th Sep 2017 2:56 PM

LATE-NIGHT Bundy revellers can feel a little safer getting home after a successful taxi marshal service was extended until 2019.

$45k taxi marshal funding for Bundaberg

LATE-NIGHT Bundy revellers can feel a little safer getting home after a successful taxi marshal service was extended until 2019.

Published a story 13th Sep 2017 4:48 PM

A BARGARA resort owner, paying more than $100,000 a year in power bills, says he could be forced to lay off staff if things didn't improve.

Power prices hurting tourism

A BARGARA resort owner, paying more than $100,000 a year in power bills, says he could be forced to lay off staff if things didn't improve.

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