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  • Redcliffe Show to open with half-price Friday

    The 73rd Redcliffe Show opens tomorrow, with half-price admission on Friday for adults and pensioners and free entry for children (under 14 years). The annual three-day event (June 24-26) is one of the largest shows in South East Queensland, attracting about 20,000 people each year. Night program highlights includes the … Read more

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  • Rallying The Common Good for Caboolture Hospital

    The Common Good has officially launched its partnership with Caboolture Hospital, an appeal to raise $100,000 and announced funding for seven research projects at the hospital. The organisation has been working with Caboolture and Kilcoy Hospitals and the Woodford Corrections health service for the past three years but wanted to … Read more

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  • On mission to help children’s ward

    Pictured: Dr Manuel Bautista Morales, Danielle Briese and Mick Dwane from the Common Good beside Caboolture Hospital’s OmniBed. The Common Good has launched its first appeal at Caboolture Hospital with two major projects to help the maternity suite and children’s ward. An initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, The … Read more

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  • Season starts: See the whales in Moreton Bay

    Young, playful southern humpback whales are on their way to Moreton Bay, swimming ahead of the more than 30,000 gentle giants who are expected to travel along our coastline in the coming months. Brisbane Whale Watching tours begin tomorrow, June 11, and Captain Kerry Lopez says an entertaining start the … Read more

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  • Podium places for Redcliffe quartet

    Redcliffe Tri Club had four category winners in Sunday’s Moreton Bay Triathlon, which started as the sun rose over the peninsula. Leith Austin won the 40-44 years age category of the Classic race, held over a 2km swim, 60km bike ride and 15km run based at Pelican Park, Clontarf. Club … Read more

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  • Childhood adventures follow author throughout her life

    Childhood exploits in the paddocks of Strathpine laid the foundations for a lifetime of adventure for author Sandy Thorne. The daughter of Snow Sefton, a founding member of the Pine Rivers Lions Club and past president of the Pine Rivers Show – who also raced his Strathpine Special at car … Read more

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  • Experts start planning to maximise Olympics potential

    An Olympian and Paralympian have joined leaders from business, government, regional development, education, tourism, accessibility, sporting, and community and cultural organisations in the first meeting to ensure the Moreton Bay Region shares the spotlight during the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games The first Mayor’s 2032 Legacy Working Group met on February … Read more

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  • Redcliffe KiteFest program revealed

    Redcliffe KiteFest is returning to the Moreton Bay Region, offering a huge program of entertainment including Bluey and Bingo live on the Sesame Lane Main Stage. The favourites of the small screen will be on the big stage for two shows each day of KiteFest, which runs from September 17 … Read more

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  • Have a whale of a time in Moreton Bay this winter

    Thousands of humpback whales are set to pass by the Queensland coast between now and November, with Moreton Bay offering one of the best vantage points to see them in their natural habitat. More than 25,000 whales will travel up the Humpback Highway from the chilly waters of Antarctica to … Read more

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  • World’s top teams check out region’s new $22 million centre

    Moreton Bay Region may be home for some of the world’s top football teams during next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup next year. The new $22 million centre of excellence, which will be finished early next year at South Pine Sports Complex in Brendale, is attracting international attention as a … Read more

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