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  • Work starts on Newport Marketplace

    Stage one of Newport Marketplace will take shape in the coming months with construction now underway and major tenants locked in. Leasing agent and spokesman Tony Mayfield says he expects the landmark centre, developed by Axis Capital, to open mid next year, with a James St-style vibe overlooking a small marina and … Read more

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  • Protecting precious passengers

    Sesame Lane Care and Kindergarten has installed an alarm system on its entire fleet of buses to ensure the safety of children in its care. Head of Sesame Lane Kerri Smith says all 10 buses used to take children on excursions and collect them from school for after-school care have been … Read more

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  • Caring at the heart of Vi’s work

    Redcliffe’s Vi Wilson has been recognised for more than four decades of service to the community through her work with Zonta. Ms Wilson, 93, was among the foundation members of the Zonta Club of Redcliffe and says she’s proud to be part of an organisation that worked to empower women. … Read more

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  • COVID-19 UPDATE: October 5

    There have been two new cases of COVID-19 detected in the past 24 hours, but the Chief Health Officer is not concerned they pose a risk to the community. One is a three-year-old girl, who is a close contact of an existing case and has been in home quarantine … Read more

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  • Spring into the garden

    The season that brings a smile to most gardeners’ faces is here and it’s the perfect time to freshen up garden beds and plant edibles and companion flowering varieties that look amazing while keeping pests at bay. Redcliffe Garden Centre’s Sondra Grainger and Tylor Elmsley recommend planting herbs and vegetables … Read more

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  • Young performer’s dream a reality

    After months of travelling from state to state and six rounds of gruelling auditions fuelled by the drive to pursue a life-long dream, Kayleigh Marven was accepted to play the understudy of Christine in Opera Australia’s production of Phantom of the Opera. It’s the Bribie Island resident’s biggest opportunity yet. … Read more

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  • Celebrating 100 years of service

    Redcliffe RSL has come a long way since a group of ex-servicemen met at the Seabrae Hotel to discuss how they could support veterans suffering ‘war conditions’ in 1920. Soon after, they formed the Redcliffe Sub-Branch of the Returned Sailors’ and Soldiers’ Imperial League of Australia (RSSILA) with 15 … Read more

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  • $290,000 boost for community hub

    Caboolture disability support organisation Better Together has received more than $290,000 to accelerate construction of a centre for people with a disability. The Better Communities Hub project will see a large empty shed at the back of PCYC Caboolture, in Toovey St, converted into a two-level multi-purpose space. It will have a … Read more

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  • Taking fundraising to new heights

    Joel Dulhunty is hoping to raise more than eyebrows as he cycles 500km in the lead-up to Redcliffe Hospital Giving Day on his penny farthing. The Redcliffe Hospital Director of Research and Medical Education has completed about 170km of his ambitious fundraising marathon ahead of Giving Day on October … Read more

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  • Magpie swooping season: what you need to know

    Male magpies are in full swoop this time of year as they protect their young from predators of all shapes and sizes. Griffith University School of Environment and Science Professor Emeritus Darryl Jones says the breeding season can start in July and continue through to December, but peak swooping happens … Read more

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