IT’S often said great art speaks a universal language that transcends any cultural barrier.
THE Bundaberg Multicultural Festival more than lived up to its name with a variety of music and food to tickle the ear drums and tantalise the tastebuds.
A FOCUS on turtle tours, Lady Musgrave Island and culinary tourism will be high on the agenda for Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism’s new general manager.
A SHARON couple has credited their dog with saving their lives, giving them time to escape before their house erupted into flames.
A NEW survey shows Wide Bay residents are performing poorly when it comes to their diet as they shun fruit and vegetables in favour of junk food.
NO CGI. No stuntman. Just Cruise. And that’s the film’s opening scene. From there the film barely pauses to catch its breath.
A NORVILLE woman is annoyed because she says part of a fence, running along the Edwards St drain, has been broken for about a year.
BROTHERS Bulldogs secured a finals spot in the Wide Bay AFL A-grade finals with a comprehensive win against Bay Power on Saturday.
BUNDABERG’S unique culture and hidden gems have been collated for a new publication to celebrate the complex diversity of the city.
UNLESS you’ve been living under a rock the past few months then many of you have probably heard the name Amy Schumer.