Bundaberg


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Bundaberg

(ˈbʊndəˌbɜːɡ)
n
(Placename) a town in E Australia, near the E coast of Queensland: centre of a sugar-growing area, with a nearby deep-water port. Pop: 44 556 (2001)
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This decision will fund road safety projects in Cairns, Mareeba, Mackay, Townsville, Toowoomba, Gold Coast and Bundaberg.
Patel, 62, has pleaded not guilty in the Brisbane District Court to the grievous bodily harm of Ian Rodney Vowles, 66, at the Bundaberg Hospital in October, 2004.
More army resources were on standby to help in Bundaberg and other surrounding flood-hit communities, he added.
The sugar farming town of Bundaberg waited anxiously for the swollen Burnett River to peak at a record 9.
A quelques centaines de kilometres au nord de Brisbane, le long de la cote est, des inondations sont attendues dans les villes de Bundaberg et Gladstone, dont plusieurs batiments viennent juste d'etre renoves apres les inondations gigantesques de debut 2011, qui avaient cause la mort de 35 personnes.
Rescuers are trying to reach hundreds of people stranded in the city of Bundaberg by rising waters and there are fears homes could be washed away by fast-moving waters.
NO FUN A playground in Bundaberg GROUNDED The runway in Rockhampton WET WOES Theodore north of Brisbane DESPERATE Householders in Bundaberg LOW SPIRITS Bruce Dalton cleans his bar STRUGGLE A possum fights to live
Queensland-based Bundaberg chose 10, based at the Media Centre, Northumberland Street, to introduce a new range of ginger beer-based cordials to customers in its own country.
Ian Douglas Previte, 32, was convicted on October 15 of the murder and robbery of 19-year-old Caroline Stuttle in Bundaberg, in Queensland state, on April 10, 2002.
Ian Previte, 32, was jailed for life by the Queensland Supreme Court in Bundaberg last October of the murder and robbery of the 19-year-old.
Miss Stuttle, 19, from York, fell to her death from the Burnett River bridge in Bundaberg during a violent bag snatch on April 10, 2002, shortly after phoning Newcastle University student Sarah Holiday, her best friend, for help.
Ian Douglas Previte, 32, denied pushing 19-year- old Caroline Stuttle to her death from a bridge in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia on April 10, 2002.