Here are just some of the things that happened this week that made us smile.
Voluntary assisted dying advocate reveals devastating diagnosis in tense exchange of words with MP at Dying with Dignity meeting.
Here’s where the three Bundaberg candidates currently stand on voluntary assisted dying legislation
Tragically for one little girl, her birthday was overshadowed when the person who was supposed to protect her assaulted her mother and teenage brother.
THE defendant admits he previously had issues with alcohol, but sought counselling for this and now feels he has it under control.
More than 20 students were selected to participate in the program and will present their ideas to a panel of experts.
Bundaberg residents Cheryl Callaghan and Helen Willett have finally been able to obtain a disability parking permit.
The event aims to connect people living with disabilities and industry professionals in Bundaberg with local organisations.
He told the court he had purchased drugs to treat his sore back, but they did not work and he had otherwise been a “good boy.”
He said he kept it as a “trophy” to remind himself of how far he had come since giving up drugs.