IN A bid to stop Bundaberg criminal children re-offending the Palaszczuk Government has given $280,000 in additional bail support.
A HEARTBROKEN man wept as he inspected his Dalysford property after a fire ripped through on Friday night leaving only smouldering logs, ash and dust.
RURAL Fire Service area director Bruce Thompson said the weekend's conditions could have made it a lot worse for Bundaberg.
LABOR has hit back at Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt after his comments about the future of the ex-HMAS Tobruk dive site.
IN ANTICIPATION of Australia's biggest lotto jackpot, $100 million dollars, being drawn tonight the NewsMail editorial team say what they would do if they won?
EQUIPPED with a shower, washer, dryer, toiletries and towels a mobile trailer is about to hit the streets of Bundaberg to help the homeless and needy.
TEN cats are in desperate need for a new home by Monday.
This man hopes after having open brain surgery, Centrelink will hear his plea and grant him a disability pension.
HINKLER MP Keith Pitt has raised the issues surrounding ex-HMAS Tobruk in parliament today.
IT COST more money to make than it's actually worth, so why is the five cent piece still in circulation?
I have worked with the NewsMail since January 2012. I report in the Family Life section of the paper, which I love as I have two school aged kids. I grew up in Byron Bay before moving to Hervey Bay where I lived for 10 years, after that my family and I travelled around Australia then we finally settled in Bundaberg in 2011. I enjoy meeting new people and hearing about all walks of life.