Bundaberg


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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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248,000 to install pedestrian presence radars and widen the road shoulder to provide a shared cycle left turn lane and compliant pedestrian ramps at the Bundaberg-Port Road (Walker Street) and Goodwood Road (Barolin Street) intersection, in Bundaberg.
According to the Courier Mail, Kingston, who worked as a visiting medical officer at the Bundaberg Hospital between 1995 and 2005, told the court he agreed with Patel's course of surgery on Vowles.
Premier Campbell Newman toured Bundaberg from the air and said it was an "extraordinary" scene, paying tribute to military rescue teams who toiled until midnight using night vision equipment.
La police a indique hier dimanche avoir retrouve le corps d'un homme age, dans les flots d'une riviere au nord de Bundaberg.
The body of an elderly man was found earlier near the city of Bundaberg where helicopters were used to rescue 18 people from the roofs of their homes in Bundaberg.
Bundaberg has been established for more than 100 years, but has previously focused on carbonated drinks.
Hunter said handwriting evidence shown to the state Supreme Court jury in Bundaberg included an angry andabusive letter that Previte had written to his grandfather.
She was thrown from a bridge during a struggle for her handbag in Bundaberg in April 2002.
Ian Previte, 32, was convicted of robbery with personal violence and murder at Bundaberg Supreme Court in Queensland.
The jury of four women and seven men at the Supreme Court in Bundaberg took seven hours to convict him of both charges after a three-week trial.
Miss Stuttle, 19, from York, plunged 10 metres to her death from the Burnett River Bridge in Bundaberg during a violent bag snatch on April 10, 2002.
Caroline died after allegedly being thrown off Burnett River Bridge in Bundaberg, Queensland.