January 2021

Published a story 10th Jan 2021 11:33 AM

In the thick of the toughest rules, couples still found a way to say ‘I do’ with the help of a tech-savvy Bundaberg celebrant.

How a Bundy celebrant kept hearts beating in a pandemic

In the thick of the toughest rules, couples still found a way to say ‘I do’ with the help of a tech-savvy Bundaberg celebrant.

Published a story 7th Jan 2021 2:22 PM

Secondhand vehicles across the state have been inspected to check for faulty airbags.

105 cars with killer airbags: Crackdown on secondhand rides

Secondhand vehicles across the state have been inspected to check for faulty airbags.

Published a story 7th Jan 2021 1:47 PM

The State Government is predicting a boom in work for tradies across Queensland with a funding injection for infrastructure across the state’s Catholic schools.

Funding boost for Catholic schools set to boost tradie jobs

The State Government is predicting a boom in work for tradies across Queensland with a funding injection for infrastructure across the state’s Catholic schools.

Published a story 6th Jan 2021 2:08 PM

From time to time, some really cool things are discovered in the region.

WHAT A FIND! The five coolest old things found in Bundy

From time to time, some really cool things are discovered in the region.

Published a story 6th Jan 2021 12:48 PM

Fitness enthusiasts are being reminded to do their homework before they sign up for a workout.

What you need to know before signing up for fitness classes

Fitness enthusiasts are being reminded to do their homework before they sign up for a workout.

Published a story 6th Jan 2021 10:51 AM

Here are the best ways to report illegal dumping following reports from Landcare of effluent being poured into Smith Crossing.

ILLEGAL DUMPING: What to do and who to call if you spot it

Here are the best ways to report illegal dumping following reports from Landcare of effluent being poured into Smith Crossing.

Published a story 5th Jan 2021 2:18 PM

Bundaberg Landcare president Mike Johnson is calling for greater measures to protect our waterways following an instance of illegal dumping.

Calls for signage and cameras after effluent dumped in river

Bundaberg Landcare president Mike Johnson is calling for greater measures to protect our waterways following an instance of illegal dumping.

Published a story 5th Jan 2021 12:47 PM

The NewsMail delves into some of the most interesting and puzzling questions solved for our readers.

10 explanations to some of Bundy’s most puzzling questions

The NewsMail delves into some of the most interesting and puzzling questions solved for our readers.

Published a story 4th Jan 2021 2:42 PM

How often are you carrying out checks on your car?

How to lessen the chances of a car breakdown

How often are you carrying out checks on your car?

Published a story 4th Jan 2021 1:47 PM

It was big news in Bundaberg and the wider region when in 1978 a gathering of international journalists paid a visit.

Back to ‘78: Bundy agriculture in global media spotlight

It was big news in Bundaberg and the wider region when in 1978 a gathering of international journalists paid a visit.

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Crystal Jones is a senior journalist and editor at the Bundaberg NewsMail. She has worked extensively in regional Queensland news since 2007 and has tackled big issues including the extensive abuse in the aged care industry.