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  • Leaders back Dolphins’ bid

    At the Moreton Bay Region Leaders’ Forum today, Defence Minister Peter Dutton, Deputy Premier Steven Miles and Mayor Peter Flannery signed a declaration of support for the Dolphins’ NRL licence bid alongside every politician, representing the region, from all three levels of government. The forum was the first of its … Read more

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  • New home for Angel needing T.L.C

    There’s been good news for a little dog whose owner died in a house fire at North Lakes last month. Thanks to the efforts of Northshore Pet Resort’s owner Kylie Mackay, Angel has found a new home with Bevin and Betty Smith at Burpengary, who are already showering him with love. … Read more

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  • Holiday vouchers up for grabs

    In a bid to give the Queensland tourism industry a boost, the State Government and Brisbane Economic Development Agency are giving Queenslanders the chance to secure one of 30,000 vouchers to spend with local operators. The vouchers, on offer via the Holiday Dollars Scheme, can be used to claim … Read more

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  • Ray White’s youngest Elite agent driven to success

    AT only 18 years old, North Lakes agent Ryan Suhle has become the youngest Ray White member in history to reach Elite status. The ambitious young gun who originally planned on a career in engineering joined the family business a year ago and since then has achieved goals many … Read more

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  • First look at The Komo ahead of reopening

    The Komo Hotel, overlooking beautiful Moreton Bay at Redcliffe, is due to reopen next week after a $3 million renovation. We take a look inside. Work is just about finished on the hotel, at Marine Pde, ahead of its scheduled reopening on April 20 (subject to final licensing and approvals). … Read more

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  • On track to ease restrictions

    Queensland is still on course to lift its COVID-19 restrictions later this week – despite a man passing away in Brisbane yesterday due to complications with the virus. The man in his 80s was an Australian returning from the Philippines and transited through Papua New Guinea (PNG). He arrived on … Read more

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  • Region ready to welcome Kiwi visitors

    Tourism operators in the Moreton Bay Region are perfectly poised to welcome visitors from New Zealand when the trans-Tasman travel bubble starts on April 19. From the sandy beaches of Bribie Island to lush hinterland townships and out to Redcliffe and the pristine waters of Moreton Bay, they are ready. Excitement … Read more

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  • No new community COVID cases

    There were no new COVID community transmission cases in Queensland yesterday, State Premier Anastacia Palasczuk said this morning. There were six new COVID cases in this state – but all were people currently in hotel quarantine. The Premier described it as “wonderful news”, however masks must still be worn until April 15. Latest … Read more

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  • Big wet continues in Moreton Bay Region

    Heavy rain continues to batter the Moreton Bay Region causing flash flooding and the closure of more than 30 roads. Here’s what we know this morning. Moreton Bay Regional Council advises there are 38 local roads closed across the region. Areas affected include Brendale, Caboolture, Cedar Creek, Closeburn, Dayboro, … Read more

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  • Wheelchair race added to Jetty 2 Jetty

    The GKS Law 10km wheelchair race is expected to draw a competitive field and open the event up to people of all abilities when it’s added to the Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run program this year. Registrations have opened for the category along with the GKS Law 10km, the 5km, Sesame … Read more

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