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CQUniversity Announces Transition To Online Teaching

CQUniversity's Vice-Chancellor has announced starting Monday 23 March, the University will begin the transition of on-campus teaching to online delivery for the remainder of Term 1, in response to the COVID-19 crisis.  Professor Klomp said that the University made the decision in the interest of student health and safety, and staff...

Better Bundaberg Air Safety

Image Credit: CC0 Bundaberg pilots are being urged to attend an important aviation safety briefing next week. The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is holding the briefing in Bundaberg to keep local skies accident free. Pilots will learn the latest in aviation safety, as well as refreshing their knowledge and training in key areas. The...

Qld Cricket Backs Cricket Australia's Call To Finish Season Early

Image By Ed g2s - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 Queensland Cricket has backed the decision by Cricket Australia to recommend the cancellation of all organized cricket within the community for the remainder of the 2019-20 season in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.Cricket Australia announced the cancellation of the Marsh...

Premier Fears COVID-19 Will Knock $2.5B Off Qld's Economy

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is seen during Question Time at Parliament House in Brisbane, Tuesday, October 22, 2019. AAP Image/Dan Peled Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has provided an update on Queensland’s preparations for the Novel Coronavirus health and economic emergency including the stockpiling of medicines and a tripling of capacity in our...

COVID-19 Forces Cancellation Of Public Gatherings

Bundaberg Regional Council has announced the closure of venues and programs involving public gatherings to protect against COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  Chief executive officer Steve Johnston said Council was acting on public health advice to avoid large gatherings and maintain social distancing. All public programs will be cancelled at the following venues until further...

Close To 70 Cases Of COVID-19 Including In Townsville And Mackay

Queensland Health has confirmed there are 68 cases of Novel Coronavirus across Queensland. Senator Susan McDonald has confirmed that she too has tested positive.   She said, “On Friday evening I began feeling unwell with a sore throat and a mild temperature, so I went to the Townsville Base Hospital Emergency Department to...

CUTENESS ALERT | Bundy Meets New Police Pup

As you can see, Uzi has a lot of growing to do.  Image Credit: QPS Here is your Monday dose of cuteness.  Bundaberg Police have had a chance to meet the newest trainee Police Dog.   Uzi the eight-week-old German Shepherd was welcomed to the station on Monday.    Uzi Is being fostered by...

Car Into Fence, Burnett Highway

A car has slammed into a fence on the Burnett Highway in Cynthia.  The accident happened on the Burnett Highway at 2.25AM on Monday.   A man with neck pain, was transported to Eidsvold Hospital in a stable condition. 

Excavators Move In During Search For Missing Woman, Hervey Bay

UPDATE | An excavation at Maryborough last week has failed to locate any evidence in relation to the suspicious disappearance of 35-year-old Shae Francis. Operation Romeo Vine was established by officers from Hervey Bay and the Homicide Investigation Unit after Ms Francis was reported missing in March 2019.   Police went to the Ariadne...

61 Cases Of Novel Coronavirus In Queensland

15 new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Queensland. This takes the state total to 61, which includes three passengers from the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship. Queensland has been able to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) because you have been following advice on self-quarantine. Thank you. Your...

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