January 2020

Published a story 28th Jan 2020 4:20 PM

TODAY has marked the start of many young Bundaberg locals' educational journeys.

30 PHOTOS: Bundaberg kids go back to school

TODAY has marked the start of many young Bundaberg locals' educational journeys.

Published a story 28th Jan 2020 3:03 PM

Locals are up in arms at the state of Yellow Waterholes Creek as maggot-ridden dead fish and eels line the waterway.

Residents up in arms as dead fish and eels line ailing creek

Locals are up in arms at the state of Yellow Waterholes Creek as maggot-ridden dead fish and eels line the waterway.

Published a story 28th Jan 2020 1:05 PM

IF YOU’VE been feeling the humidity you’re not alone - not even when it comes to the entire state.

Bundaberg swelters through tropical humidity

IF YOU’VE been feeling the humidity you’re not alone - not even when it comes to the entire state.

Published a story 28th Jan 2020 8:04 AM

A LIST of names of people appearing in Bundaberg Magistrates Court today.

List of those appearing in court today

A LIST of names of people appearing in Bundaberg Magistrates Court today.

Published a story 28th Jan 2020 7:34 AM

A REPORTED crocodile sighting in the region is not the first. So what lurks beneath our waters?

SANDY HOOK CROC? Bundy sighting one of many over the years

A REPORTED crocodile sighting in the region is not the first. So what lurks beneath our waters?

Published a story 27th Jan 2020 11:59 AM

THEY say a picture is worth 1000 words and if that's true, our collection of photos would be worth a lot more.

109 PHOTOS: Recent picture galleries you might have missed

THEY say a picture is worth 1000 words and if that's true, our collection of photos would be worth a lot more.

Published a story 27th Jan 2020 10:19 AM

QUEENSLAND police data shows more than one unlawful entry takes place in the region every day. And the numbers for theft are even higher.

Chilling number of thefts and unlawful entries in Bundaberg

QUEENSLAND police data shows more than one unlawful entry takes place in the region every day. And the numbers for theft are even higher.

Published a story 26th Jan 2020 7:30 PM

A BUNDABERG wildlife carer has been left sickened by what she believes was a deliberate act of cruelty that left a kangaroo to die in agony. GRAPHIC

Horror and heartbreak as impaled roo left to die in agony

A BUNDABERG wildlife carer has been left sickened by what she believes was a deliberate act of cruelty that left a kangaroo to die in agony. GRAPHIC

Published a story 23rd Jan 2020 1:16 PM

POLICE are investigating a number of unlawful entries committed across Bundaberg since about Monday.

Three Bundy homes targeted by sticky-fingered thieves

POLICE are investigating a number of unlawful entries committed across Bundaberg since about Monday.

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Crystal Jones is a senior journalist and editor at the Bundaberg NewsMail. She has worked extensively in regional Queensland news since 2007 and has tackled big issues including the extensive abuse in the aged care industry.