12 hrs ago
Teenage girl gets $20,000 vest to fight disease that killed her sister
The $20K life-changing vest that's helping a teenage girl battle the disease that killed her sister just a year ago Sabrina has a lung capacity of 55 per cent and with the vest, hopes to build it up to 90 per cent A year after losing her sister to cy stic fibro sis , a 17-year-old girl has received a life-changing vest to combat the sam e condition ... (more)
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Man tries to claim pension after spider bite
POP star Ricki-Lee Coulter bared all on the weekend, but it's Australia's response to her naked body that has everyone talking.
Cash bequest boosts region's arthritis knowledge
A bequest from a Bundaberg family means locals suffering from arthritis will soon have the latest information on managing the debilitating disease.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Mayor keen to boost nursing homes' disaster preparedness
A Queensland mayor says laws need to be changed to force aged care providers to better prepare for natural disasters.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Gaggle of grumpy geese causing grief
A gaggle of geese enjoy the sunshine at the Lake Ellen Heritage Hub in Bundaberg.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Bush poet wins Australian Bush Poetry female championships
Rhonda Tallnash was awarded the handcrafted America white oak barrel for winning the Australian Bush Poetry Queensland State female championships this month Rhonda Tallnash took up bush poetry four years ago and this month won the female Queensland State Performance Championships in Bundaberg.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Weaving weeds into flood-inspired art
Families gathered in a busy marketplace in Maryborough in south-east Queensland recently, to make weed umbrellas as part of the 'Afloat Project', which encourages people to express their flood experiences through art.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
More Crazy Clarks stores to shut
DO YOU burst into a white, hot rage every time your train is delayed? You could try what this guy does to get revenge.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
40,000 yo Aboriginal rocks removed from sugar mill
Four ancient sandstone rocks have been relocated from a sugar mill in Bundaberg, Queensland, to a nearby Indigenous centre in an act of reconciliation.
Bundaberg shivers through 50-year record cold
If you're finding it a little bit harder to climb out from under to doona, you're not alone.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
NBN FTTN's power bill: $89m a year?
The Coalition government's decision to switch the fixed line element of the National Broadband Network from being primarily fibre-to-the-premises to a mix of technologies, notably fibre-to-the-node for brownfields, has not been without its critics .
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Bay's a long way away from home! Actor Matthew Pearce goes from ...
The Bay's a long way away from home! Actor Matthew Pearce goes from macadamia farm in Bundaberg to bad boy in Summer Bay Mitch is played by Queensland-born Matthew Pearce, a recent graduate of the prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Arts, and marks Matt's first TV role.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Bundaberg farmers to pack bags for South Korea
Up to 12 horticultural businesses in the Wide Bay Burnett region of south-east Queensland, will soon travel to South Korea, as part of a trade mission.
Frozen photos on loan
You could be mistaken for thinking Bundaberg is shivering under a mountain of snow, as images of fur seals and penguins pop up around town.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Tattooists await licence stamp of approval
The Queensland Office of Fair Trading says it is working with police to assess more than 800 applications for tattoo industry licences.
V8 Supercars This Weekend, Karting Next Weekend For North Queensland
North Queensland's motor racing fans are in for a real treat over the next ten days.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Anti-bikie raids nab nine people in Qld
NINE people have been arrested on drugs and weapons charges following multiple specialist police raids targeting bikies in southeast Queensland.