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Bundaberg,

city (1991 pop. 38,074), Queensland, E Australia, on the Burnett River. It is a sugar-refining center and a port.

Bundaberg

a city 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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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.
Caroline died after allegedly being thrown off Burnett River Bridge in Bundaberg, Queensland.
A MAN charged with murdering a young British backpacker in Australia told a fellow prisoner he killed the woman and "threw her over a bridge", a court in Bundaberg, Queensland, was told today.
Caroline, 19, from Huntington, near York, was returning to a caravan park in Bundaberg, Queensland, last year when she was attacked.
The young suspect had been questioned at the murder HQ in Bundaberg, Queensland, after scores of people said they recognised a picture issued by police.
Honeywell (NYSE:HON) announced today it has been selected by Airservices Australia (AsA) to provide avionics and ground equipment to demonstrate Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) for commercial and general aviation use in a region near Bundaberg, Queensland.
An ASIC investigation found in September 2011 Mr Doukari, of Bundaberg, Queensland, provided false documents to Suncorp-Metway Limited in support of a home loan application in his own name.
au report, about 35 people met in Bundaberg, Queensland, last night to discuss a renewed push for "fair" compensation for those who say they suffered at the hands Patel.
He vanished from Australia as complaints mounted at his hospital in Bundaberg, Queensland.
Miss Stuttle, from York, plunged more than 30 feet to her death from the Burnett River Bridge in Bundaberg, Queensland, during a violent bag snatch on April 10, 2002.
Miss Stuttle, from York, plunged more than 30ft to her death from the Burnett River Bridge in Bundaberg, Queensland, during a violent bag snatch on April 10, 2002.
Ian Douglas Previte, 32, has pleaded not guilty to the murder and robbery of Ms Stuttle in Bundaberg, Queensland, on the night of April 10, 2002.