WEEK IN REVIEW
MORE than 60 people turned out to welcome the steam train commemorating the 100-year anniversary of Anzac.
THREE female cotton-top tamarins are unveiled at Alexandra Park Zoo.
The trio made the trip from Perth Zoo on Thursday, and live in a custom-built enclosure.
A RECORD crowd of up to 10,000 people lined the esplanade at Bargara for the Anzac Day Dawn Service.
THE Dog Squad was used to find three people hiding in a storm drain after one of them allegedly punched and robbed a man in the Bundaberg CBD.
Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Andrew Self said a 28-year-old man was “king-hit” while walking near the library on Woondooma St about 3.30am.
HEALTH star ratings will soon be displayed across the majority of breakfast cereals as Kellogg’s announces it will provide the ratings on its 37 products.
While Assistant Minister for Health Fiona Nash welcomed the news, dieticians, including Bundaberg’s Fiona Graham, have reservations about the new system.
“I’ve looked on the DAA (Dietetics Association of Australia) website, and they also have some reservations about it not being the magic bullet for dealing with the bigger health issue of obesity,” Ms Graham said.
AGNES Water Westpac customers fear they will be left with limited banking capabilities after Westpac announced its in-store branch, at the town’s newsagency, would move its services to the post office.
But Westpac has assured customers it would help each and every customer transition and provide high-level solutions well before the changes come into effect on October 31.
BALI Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are executed in Indonesia.
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MONKEY BUSINESS: Three critically endangered female cotton-top tamarins are now the star attractions at Alexandra Park Zoo.