• Being the product of the incorporation of two of Queensland's oldest newspapers, the Toowoomba Chronicle is a proud regional daily newspaper focussed on Toowoomba, the Lockyer Valley and Darling Downs. It now provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory delivered to Toowoomba to Cooyar, Millmerran, Oakey and Clifton. The Toowoomba Chronicle Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • Central and North Burnett covers an area over 60,000 km2 including major towns of Biggenden, Gayndah, Mundubbera, Eidsvold, Mt Perry and Monto which represent the primary distribution area of the Central & North Burnett Times. The paper now provides a comprehensive online and printed BusinessFinda Directory for the region. This directory is essential in helping local and visiting customers find local businesses. To list your business in the directory, Phone 4162 2277 quoting Central & North Burnett Times Directory.
  • Since 1938, The NewsMail has been bringing news to the people of the Bundaberg region, making it an integral part of the local community. The Bundaberg News-Mail now provides a comprehensive online and printed BusinessFinda Directory covering the Bundaberg region, north to Moore Park, south to Childers, east to Woodgate and as far out west to Gin Gin. The Bundaberg News-Mail Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • Founded in 1859 as the Ipswich Herald, The Queensland Times is the oldest surviving provincial paper in Queensland. The Queensland Times now provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory covering Ipswich and north to Chuwar, south to Ripley, east to Springfield Lakes and west to Karrabin. The Queensland Times Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • The award-winning Sunshine Coast Daily reflects the dynamic growth and affluence of the coastal Queensland region. The Sunshine Coast Daily now provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory comprising of businesses from Noosa Heads to Landsborough, Mapleton to Mooloolaba. The Sunshine Coast Daily Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • The Observer has been a part of the Gladstone community since 1868, servicing an area from the west to Biloela and south to Agnes Water and 1770. It now provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory covering Gladstone, Calliope, Tannum Sands, Boyne Island and Agnes Water. The Gladstone Observer Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • The Fraser Coast Chronicle is the leading source of local news for the region. In addition to covering local events, the Chronicle's wire service provides a bird's eye view of Australia and world events each day. The Chronicle now provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory covering Hervey Bay, Maryborough to Burrum Heads. The Fraser Coast Chronicle Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • The Daily News is the Tweed's only daily newspaper covering local, national and international events, a full round up of sporting results and a wide range of reader interests. The Daily News now provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory covering Coolangatta in Gold Coast all the way down to Ocean Shores. The Daily News Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
  • The Warwick Daily News was launched in 1919 when the Warwick Argus and the Warwick Examiner and Times were combined into one daily paper. The Daily News serves the Warwick community and surrounds and yearly it provides a comprehensive online and printed Businessfinda Directory covering Warwick, Stanthorpe, Inglewood, Allora & Killarney. The Warwick Daily News Businessfinda Directory is the essential directory helping local customers to find local businesses.
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Solahart Bundaberg

Address:
3, Princess St, Bundaberg, Queensland, 4670
Phone:
074151 8880
Fax:
41518886
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