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Moreton Bay whales ready to welcome you

Humpback whales have started making their way to Moreton Bay and when the whale watching season finally begins on July 11, it’s tipped they’ll be there in bigger numbers than usual. Read More

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Light at end of COVID-19 tunnel for clubs

The wellbeing of staff and members has been the number one priority for management of CSC Group since the COVID-19 pandemic began and it remains front-of-mind as they plan their reopening. Read More

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Moreton Bay trainers keep up the pace

Personal trainers and gyms have been working up a sweat to keep members active during the COVID-19 shutdown. Some are now offering outdoor bootcamps, while others are still working it online. Read More

Moreton Bay Regional Council backs local business

More contracts will flow to Moreton Bay Region businesses following a unanimous vote by Moreton Bay Regional Council to endorse a Local Preference Policy. Read More

National Reconciliation Week: interview with Aunty Flo Watson

Moreton Bay Regional Council libraries will screen an interview online with Ghunghanghi Elder and founding member of Reconciliation Queensland Aunty Flo Watson to celebrate National Reconciliation Week. Read More

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Discover Aboriginal culture in National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week starts today and while COVID-19 has put a stop to community events, there’s plenty happening online for those keen to learn more about the oldest living culture in the world. Read More

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Big 4 Sandstone Point Holiday Resort to reopen

After months laying mostly vacant, BIG4 Sandstone Point Holiday Resort is set to re-open for travellers and holiday makers as COVID-19 restrictions ease. Read More

Have your say: Economic Recovery Roadmap Survey

Your experiences could help shape a regional economic roadmap through COVID-19 and help build a stronger economic future for the Moreton Bay Region. Read More

National Simultaneous Storytime Goes Online

Nothing can get in the way of a good book, not even coronavirus, which is why this year’s National Simultaneous Storytime is going digital. It’s on today at 11am. Read More

Jobs for the picking this strawberry season

Looking for work? About 2000 pickers and packers will be needed this strawberry season across the Moreton Bay Region, Beerwah and the Glasshouse Mountains. Read More

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Take the Fatality Free Friday pledge

As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, there’s more of us on the roads than there has been in months. What better time to make this Friday, Fatality Free Friday? Make the pledge Read More

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Embracing the iso-party trend

We're a social bunch who also happen to be quite inventive in the face of change. Moreton Bay Tough spoke to some local party and event suppliers for inspiration and tips, when adding that special touch to home-bound celebrations. Read More

EPIC Assist to give office furniture away

EPIC Assist is giving away a stack of office furniture it no longer needs to businesses and charities in the Moreton Bay Region doing it tough. Read More

Roads and parks score $5million Federal funding

The Moreton Bay Region has scored a $5 million boost for roads and community projects thanks to the Federal Government’s Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program. Read More

30 ways to improve mental wellbeing

The past few months have been challenging for many of us, so we went to the experts for some tips on improving our mental wellbeing. Here’s their top 30. Read More

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How to make your own terrarium

Are you stuck for space, but still want to bring a bit of the ‘outside’ into your home? Why not test your green thumb with your very own terrarium? Read More

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Need toilet paper? Pony Club to the rescue

Samford folk are well known for helping each other out, so when a bloke needs a roll of toilet paper, they come to the rescue. Read More

Reko Ring Dayboro: connecting producers, customers

One of the best things to come out of COVID-19 has been our desire to support local businesses and producers. A farmer at Ocean View is trying to make it easier for us to do just that. Read More

Bribie Island Community Kindergarten delivers dose of weekly smiles

Staying connected is more important now than ever, and one Moreton Bay Region kindergarten is continuing to bring much-needed smiles to aged care residents with its intergenerational program. Read More

Federal funding boost for community groups

It’s been a tough year for community groups and sporting clubs across the Moreton Bay Region, but a Federal funding boost aims to make things a bit easier. Read More

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