WEEK IN REVIEW
A FUNDING application for a multipurpose facility earmarked for the old showgrounds site is deemed ineligible.
Bundaberg Regional Council applied for funding from the Federal Government under the Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangement, but has since been told to apply under the National Stronger Regions instead.
A BUNDABERG woman receives a shocking note telling her not to wear a bikini or short shorts in her own yard.
The author wrote they did not “appreciate fat people wearing bikinis”.
The woman has since been swarmed with support from social media.
CHILDERS Showground hosts a Spring Cup double header, with the Crushers falling in the final minute.
BUNDABERG Recreation Precinct busts into colour as thousands turn out for the Color Vibe fun run.
Participants are blasted with colour as they complete a 5km course.
POLICE find ammo and hundreds of fireworks at a Coonarr Rd property after they executed a search warrant on another matter.
THOUSANDS of people take the pledge to stop domestic violence at White Ribbon Day events across the country.
A TURTLE nests just north of the surf club at Nielson Park Beach, surprising onlookers.
FUN EVENT: A large crowd at the Color Vibe 5km run.
OFFENSIVE: A woman found this note pinned to her door.