The Deli Welcome: Bawuli, Leticia and Shannon. Photo: Mike Knott
The Deli Welcome: Bawuli, Leticia and Shannon. Photo: Mike Knott

MORNING REWIND: The stories you may have missed

GOOD Morning Bundaberg.

Welcome to today’s edition of the Morning Rewind featuring some of the stories you may have missed yesterday.

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The Deli Cafe on Targo St is celebrating its first birthday and has thanked the Bundaberg community for their ongoing support.

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The Deli Welcome: Bawuli, Leticia and Shannon. Photo: Mike Knott
The Deli Welcome: Bawuli, Leticia and Shannon. Photo: Mike Knott

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A report commissioned by an alliance of 70 conservation and agricultural organisations to study the financial viability of investing in conservation and land management has found a whopping 1800 full-time equivalent positions could be created in the Great Barrier Reef catchment area, which includes Bundaberg.

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1800 jobs could be created in the Great Barrier Reef catchment area. PICTURE: BRENDAN RADKE
1800 jobs could be created in the Great Barrier Reef catchment area. PICTURE: BRENDAN RADKE

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Urgent calls for assistance have been made, after Wide Bay has seen the highest increase of job losses than all other regional areas across the state.

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Centrelink Bundaberg. Picture: Brian Cassidy
Centrelink Bundaberg. Picture: Brian Cassidy

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Bundaberg Police have shared photos of some items in their lost property room. Does any of it belong to you?

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A brown Quiksilver wallet containing cash was found in the Bundaberg CBD on June 12 – QP2001220640.
A brown Quiksilver wallet containing cash was found in the Bundaberg CBD on June 12 – QP2001220640.

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A local childcare centre has set up camp with a new outdoor sleeping program.

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SLEEPING OUTDOORS: Children at Bundaberg's Paisley Park have enjoyed the benefits of sleeping outside with the centre's new program.
SLEEPING OUTDOORS: Children at Bundaberg's Paisley Park have enjoyed the benefits of sleeping outside with the centre's new program.