July 2015

Published a story 3rd Jul 2015 7:45 AM

AFTER a long and at times tumultuous journey, the Childers Men’s Shed has finally found its home.

Members of Men’s Shed delighted with outcome

AFTER a long and at times tumultuous journey, the Childers Men’s Shed has finally found its home.

June 2015

Published a story 26th Jun 2015 10:14 AM

THE image of backpackers on Churchill St, gazing up at the remnants of the Palace Backpacker Hostel is one that will remain with Bill Trevor forever.

15 years on, Childers tragedy brings tears for ex-mayor

THE image of backpackers on Churchill St, gazing up at the remnants of the Palace Backpacker Hostel is one that will remain with Bill Trevor forever.

Published a story 19th Jun 2015 12:04 PM

THE region’s canegrowers were optimistic as the crushing season began in earnest this week.

Crushing season gets under way in Bundaberg

THE region’s canegrowers were optimistic as the crushing season began in earnest this week.

Published a story 19th Jun 2015 11:25 AM

INSPIRED by The Project’s Carrie Bickmore, a Childers woman has begun knitting beanies for brain cancer.

Carrie Bickmore inspires Childers woman to knit beanies

INSPIRED by The Project’s Carrie Bickmore, a Childers woman has begun knitting beanies for brain cancer.

Published a story 4th Jun 2015 2:23 PM

FLYING High Bird Sanctuary owner David Tocknell has hit back at claims the bird park is in poor condition and the birds are not being well cared for.

Animal park owners hits back over welfare claims

FLYING High Bird Sanctuary owner David Tocknell has hit back at claims the bird park is in poor condition and the birds are not being well cared for.

May 2015

Published a story 28th May 2015 1:33 PM

ISIS high principal Allan Cook says its successful agricultural studies program is at risk if a proposed land development application goes ahead.

Battle for block of land at Childers continues

ISIS high principal Allan Cook says its successful agricultural studies program is at risk if a proposed land development application goes ahead.

April 2015

Published a story 29th Apr 2015 8:16 PM

ONE of the oldest sporting trophies in Bundaberg, the NewsMail Cup, has been missing since 2013 and Football Bundaberg wants it returned.

Mystery of the missing cup; have you seen the NewsMail Cup?

ONE of the oldest sporting trophies in Bundaberg, the NewsMail Cup, has been missing since 2013 and Football Bundaberg wants it returned.

Published a story 28th Apr 2015 7:30 PM

FORMER Socceroo Harry Kewell has arrived in Bundaberg for a two-day masterclass with some of Bundy’s most talented young footballers.

Football clinics are a coaching launch pad for Kewell

FORMER Socceroo Harry Kewell has arrived in Bundaberg for a two-day masterclass with some of Bundy’s most talented young footballers.

Published a story 27th Apr 2015 7:48 PM

A FRUSTRATED Brothers Aston Villa team was left to rue its missed opportunities after playing out a nil-all draw against Fraser Flames.

Missed opportunities for Aston Villa

A FRUSTRATED Brothers Aston Villa team was left to rue its missed opportunities after playing out a nil-all draw against Fraser Flames.

Published a story 26th Apr 2015 6:40 PM

BUNDABERG Bulls and Bears will play the season with an intensity and physicality not seen in recent years if Saturday night’s games are anything to go by.

Commemorative basketball carnival sees players stepping up

BUNDABERG Bulls and Bears will play the season with an intensity and physicality not seen in recent years if Saturday night’s games are anything to go by.

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