SPEAKING UP: Detective Senior Sergeant Officer In Charge CIB Bundaberg Michael Bishop discusses the serious domestic violence charges laid earlier this week.
SPEAKING UP: Detective Senior Sergeant Officer In Charge CIB Bundaberg Michael Bishop discusses the serious domestic violence charges laid earlier this week.

MORNING REWIND: The stories you may have missed

GOOD Morning Bundaberg.

Welcome to this morning’s edition of the Morning Rewind, featuring some of the stories you might have missed from yesterday.

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Officer-in-charge of Bundaberg CIB Detective Senior Sergeant Michael Bishop has described the actions of two women who reached out to police with allegations of serious domestic violence as courageous.

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SPEAKING UP: Detective Senior Sergeant Officer In Charge CIB Bundaberg Michael Bishop discusses the serious domestic violence charges laid earlier this week.
SPEAKING UP: Detective Senior Sergeant Officer In Charge CIB Bundaberg Michael Bishop discusses the serious domestic violence charges laid earlier this week.

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RACQ has revealed the days of record cheap fuel are over, after the average price of unleaded petrol in regional Queensland increased to 115.5 cents per litre (cpl) in June.

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BowsersPhoto: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate
BowsersPhoto: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate

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A Bundaberg man who took part in a prison riot that caused $70,000 worth of damage, armed himself with a broom handle and used a sandwich press to smash a window, a court has heard.

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Zachariah Kyron Ireland.
Zachariah Kyron Ireland.

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Bundaberg and Gin Gin Police have joined forces to help raise vital funds for RACQ LifeFlight Rescue.

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JOINING FORCES: Bundaberg and Gin Gin Police will work together to raise funds for RACQ LifeFlight Rescue. Picture: Mike Knott
JOINING FORCES: Bundaberg and Gin Gin Police will work together to raise funds for RACQ LifeFlight Rescue. Picture: Mike Knott

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Two breeds of fish will be considered no-take species for one month starting on July 15.

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Two breeds of fish will be considered no-take species for a month starting on July 15. Photo: Pete Johnson
Two breeds of fish will be considered no-take species for a month starting on July 15. Photo: Pete Johnson

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