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Redcliffe’s new $5.5 million art gallery has turned to one of the Moreton Bay region’s oldest and most prolific artists ahead of its official opening. Read More
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For Serge Testa, having a park named after him is an exciting first, but it’s his other first that continues to amaze – sailing around the world in a tiny boat Read More
Clubs and pubs in Redcliffe, Caboolture, North Lakes and Pine Rivers are back in business with thousands of customers returning in the first few days after COVID restrictions eased Read More
History is being brought back to life with new heritage signs now in place along one of Bribie Island’s busiest foreshores. Read More
A major new tourism campaign will remind South East Queenslanders that their perfect holiday destination is just minutes away, in the Moreton Bay Region. Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) is spearheading the campaign ... Read More
The Moreton Bay Region will soon be home to Brisbane Roar Women in a move that’s going to make South Pine Sports Complex a centre for excellence. Read More
Organisers of Rockin 4 the Homeless are pinching themselves after securing one of the best venues in Queensland for this year’s gig. Read More
Business is bouncing back for a Caboolture company which, after months battling through the COVID-19 shutdown, now has more than $1 million in contracts. Read More
Moreton Bay Regional Council will embark on an ambitious project to make its hinterland region the new must-see destination in South East Queensland. Read More
Moreton Bay Regional Council’s 2020/21 Budget will directly employ at least 130 people and support up to another 3000 through a $220 million capital works program. Read More
A massive $26 million in road resurfacing works has been brought forward in the 2020/21 Moreton Bay Regional Council Budget to keep locals employed. Read More
Moreton Bay Regional Council has just handed down its 2020/21 Budget. We reveal what you’ll pay in rates and the big projects given the green light – Division by Division. Read More