WEEK IN REVIEW
DRIVERS are urged to take more care on the road after Queensland Ambulance Service respond to “eight to 10 minor crashes” in the region.
A BUNDABERG woman is assaulted and robbed at knifepoint at her Thabeban home.
The 39-year-old woman answered a knock on the door about 2.50am, where she was confronted by a man holding a knife.
THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcome 3.7kg Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana into the world at 8.34am (UK time).
Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge is Prince William and Kate’s second child, after Prince George in 2013.
Princess Charlotte is now fourth in line to the throne, pushing Prince Harry to fifth.
FLOYD Mayweather improved his record to 48-0 after winning the so-called “Fight of the Century” against Manny Pacquiao.
“Money” eased to a unanimous victory to add the WBO welterweight title to the WBC and WBA titles he already owned.
After the fight Mayweather said he would fight one more bout in September then hang up the gloves, but has suggested he would fight Pacquiao again.
A GOLDEN casket player who bought a Saturday Gold Lotto entry in Bundaberg won division one in the weekend’s draw. The winner claimed the first division and other divisional prizes totalling more than $1.4 million. The winner chose to remain anonymous.
THIRTEEN locked-out Medical Director employees spent another day protesting outside their workplace after their employer postponed a meeting with union representatives.
The meeting forms part of an ongoing industrial dispute between the company that supplies patient record software to general practitioners and its employees over wages and conditions. The disgruntled employees organised to protest outside their workplace on April 20 but when the employer found out, it locked workers out.
BRITISH travellers Megan Chinery and Dan Judd shared their “nightmare” picking experience. It came after ABC program Four Corners put the spotlight on a lack of foreign workers’ rights in Australia.
DIVISION ONE: Jacqui O’Donnell, Jess Cause and Donna Fuernsinn celebrate the Lotto win at East Bundaberg News.