KEEPING your car clean is about to get twice as easy, with the number of car washes in the Rum City set to more than double.
BUNDABERG police are pleading with motorists to be vigilant after the start of the cane harvesting season was marred by two serious crashes.
THE lawyer for a Bundaberg businessman facing four charges put forward by the Office of Fair Trading has been warned not to return to court empty handed.
A SMOKE alarm has potentially saved the life of a Bundaberg woman, after neighbours heard the alarm and called for help.
MOVING was meant to be a fresh start for Nikolas Jake Shorten, but it became the catalyst for a drug relapse ended with the 24-year-old behind bars.
CELEBRATING his 23rd birthday this week, Luke Gordon Cook is staring down the barrel of a traffic history that's put him at risk of spending time behind bars.
I'LL be here until the bulldozers come.” Born-again Christian Miguel Vitale D'Amico doesn't have a bad word to say about a high-rise proposed for Bargara.
AVOZILLAS could be appearing on shelves in Bundaberg in the next few years, with plans to plant 2000 of the trees in the region's rich soil afoot.
A NEW South Welshman who couldn't be bothered getting a licence to collect mangroves decided to just help himself to almost 200 from the Elliott River.
IT'S an issue that continues to divide Bargara, and the wider community, and now two petitions - one for and one against - are going head-to-head.