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IWC Health & Wellbeing Complex in Bundaberg is now home to an air-conditioned rehabilitation-style gymnasium with Turkish baths, full-body massage chairs and a host of state-of-the-art equipment. These include Precor strength machines, designed to offer ease-of-use and flowing, precise motion.  “This reduces risk of injury significantly and is ideal for safely toning and ...

Bundaberg’s Steve Richter is a professional photographer, cyclist and father who has always set his own course. At 44 years of age, he still cycles competitively, using the ring road and the streets of Bundaberg as his training grounds. Most mornings he will cover at least 40 kilometres - on his back. Steve's vehicle of choice is not conventional; his hand-cycle allows him to  ...

With IWC’s Stage 2 expansion of its Health & Wellbeing Centre, an experienced Physiotherapist has joined the Aboriginal community-controlled organisation’s holistic model of whole-of-person care. Physiotherapists are experts in the structure of the human body and its movement. Working with people of all ages, they treat a broad range of health conditions, including sports ...

  LEARNING the benefits of a modern commute was the order the day at the PCYC, as people of all ages and abilities came together for a special tour of Bundaberg. Sitting aboard a brand new Mercedes’-powered bus driven by Duffy’s City Buses Manager Chris Duffy, the passengers were taking part in a ‘Try Before u Ride’ session. Organised by IWC in partnership with the PCY ...

Tuesday drew people from Bundaberg to stand in solidarity as part of International Day of People with Disability. The international event was marked in Bundaberg CBD by an information day hosted by Epic Assist and supported by IWC, Local Area for the NDIS in the Bundaberg region. Members of the public stopped to learn more about changes to the way disability services were bei ...

International Day of People With Disability is being held this Tuesday, December 3. Celebrated internationally, this event aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability, as well as share their achievements and contributions. The event has been celebrated in Australia since 1996, and has been the focal point of events celebrating peo ...

Learning about the hidden fats and sugars in foods was just some of the advice and tips gained by the crowd that attended the inaugural free Healthy Eating on a Budget session held in North Burnett on 24 October.  More than 30 people turned out to learn about diet and nutrition from IWC’s two Accredited Practising Dietitians (and twin sisters) Jessica and Chloe Bauer.  Chloe ...

Mulgrave Street Cottage is now online for smartphone, PC and Mac users!

A little sewing circle in Bundaberg is including people with disability in its efforts to help women in the third world. 

Today marks the end of Smart Eating Week and to celebrate 20 people came to IWC’s Healthy Eating on a Budget workshop. People from a variety of backgrounds attended the free session to learn from an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) in a fun group setting. These workshops are delivered by APDs Jessica Bauer and Natalie Selever. In preparation for the sessions, the two APD ...

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