DID you hear the police helicopter flying over Bundaberg West last night?
THE worst kind of deception is that which is done under the guise of a good cause. And for three years a Queensland town was deceived by a woman pretending to be dying.
IT WAS a changing of the guards as the Urban Development Institute of Australia appointed their new Bundaberg branch president.
A FAIR Work Ombudsman audit of 209 Wide Bay businesses has resulted in a recovery of $80,785 in unpaid wages.
A YOUNG woman caught with a mobile 'box lab' in the back of a car she was driving has been slapped with a $2000 fine.
AGED care organisation Carinity is urging people to stay away from aged care communities if they're feeling under the weather.
A LOVE for yoga and a desire to show locals its benefits are the driving forces behind Bundaberg's first yoga festival.
WHAT is the price for endangering yourself and innocent motorists as well?
A MAN who tried to punch a publican and disrupted police who were trying to help an unconscious person has been slapped with a $2300 fine.
SOMETIMES it is the simple things that mean the most, and this is especially so for random acts of kindness in the community.