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Courier Mail

Trio in Bundaberg court on assault and meat theft charges | The ...
Courier Mail
THREE men accused of a big meat robbery from a Bundaberg supermarket have made brief appearances in Bundaberg Magistrates Court. The trio was ...

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Bundaberg News Mail

Newspoll reveals who will likely win Bundy and Queensland
Bundaberg News Mail
LABOR will win Saturday's Queensland election but will lose the seat of Bundaberg, according to a poll of marginal electorates. The Newspoll, published in The Weekend Australian on Saturday, has LNP candidate David Batt edging our incumbent Labor MP ...
Contradictory polls in Queensland, while the Greens storm ...The Conversation AU

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Courier Mail

Queensland weather: Temperatures down after severe storms
Courier Mail
Queensland Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls (right) with Bundaberg Mayor Jack Dempsey (centre) surveying storm damage in Bundaberg. Picture: AAP Image/Dan Peled. Mr Dempsey and opposition leader Tim Nicholls, who is on the campaign trail, were ...

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Bundaberg seat too close to call in Queensland election
ABC Online
Election battles don't come much closer than in Bundaberg, the second most marginal seat in Queensland on the state's central coast. Leanne Donaldson won the seat for Labor in 2015, but the seat is looking shaky as it sits on a margin of only point ...

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Courier Mail

Queensland weather: Hail, wind, rain smash southern parts of state
Courier Mail
It is believed a home on Moore Park Rd in Bundaberg was destroyed, while a massive tree outside Centrelink was ripped from the ground, the Bundaberg News Mail reports. There were also reports of a home being seriously damaged on Hunter St, ...
'Severe' storms to come after century-old tree uprooted in Queensland9news.com.au

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Bundaberg News Mail

The fast train that could get you to Brissy in 30 minutes
Bundaberg News Mail
The company's Queensland leg involves a route from Sydney to Brisbane via Tamworth and Toowoomba, but Mr Artis hasn't ruled out extending the transport line as far north as Bundaberg or Rockhampton after the LNP promised $2.5 million for business ...


ABC Online

Queensland election: Palaszczuk turns barista in Labor's walkabout battle for Bundaberg
ABC Online
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and local MP Leanne Donaldson did not need to travel far in their walk through the Bundaberg CBD today for signs the fight is on to retain the marginal seat. Labor holds the seat of Bundaberg on a knife-edge ...
Queensland election 2017 live: Labor to veto Adani loan amid 'smear' claimThe Australian
Premier announces $2.7m boost for drug and alcohol serviceBundaberg News Mail
Premier wants to win this election on employment and jobsGladstone Observer
Fraser Coast Chronicle
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ABC Online

Queensland election: One Nation voters could help both ALP and LNP steal seats, polling shows
ABC Online
While Pauline Hanson's party is getting strong support, with 29 per cent in Ipswich West, 28 per cent in Thuringowa and 21 per cent in Bundaberg, it is still running third in most seats it is contesting. One Nation preferences could help Labor take the ...
One Nation - the big unknown of the Queensland electionThe Australian Financial Review
Queensland election 2017 live: 'We'll never have zero debt'The Australian
Debt still an issue for Labor, LNPThe West Australian
Bundaberg News Mail
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Courier Mail

Queensland weather: Father and son nearly crushed by tree in Bundaberg storm
Courier Mail
Darren Hanlon and his son Zac, 16, were nearly crushed by the 100-year-old tree in Bundaberg's CBD during Tuesday's wild storm. “I picked up Zac from McDonald's and it wasn't even raining,” Mr Hanlon said. “Not even five minutes later we couldn't see ...

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