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  • Flood-proof, safer road on horizon

    The $12.9 million upgrade of Henry and Dohles Rocks roads at Griffin will start in the coming months, with the project now out to tender and due to be finished early next year. The upgrade will be funded by Moreton Bay Regional Council (over two financial years), with a $4 … Read more

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  • Tears flow after McKeown’s sensational Olympic gold

    Kaylee McKeown’s stunning gold medal swim in the Olympic 100m Backstroke final this morning brought a former coach to tears. Redcliffe-born McKeown was in the middle of the pack at half-way, but up to second as the finish approached and stormed past Canadian Kylie Masse in the final few strokes to touch … Read more

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  • Genesis makes splash in rankings

    Genesis Aquatics is “excited” by the success of its swimmers in state and national rankings which have been sent out by Swimming Queensland. The club, at Genesis Christian College, Bray Park, had three swimmers in the national top 20 and 13 in Queensland’s top 20 for their events. “We were surprised to … Read more

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  • Mimi giving Guide Dogs a paw up

    Most 10-year-olds have a long wish list for birthday presents – but not Bray Park’s Mimi Nelson. Instead of gifts for her birthday in June, the Strathpine West State School Year 5 pupil asked friends and family to donate money to a special cause. An ambassador for Guide Dogs Queensland, Mimi raised $500, and now … Read more

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  • McKeown ready for ‘fast, red hot’ races at Tokyo Olympics

    Redcliffe-born Kaylee McKeown is one of Australia’s biggest hopes to land gold in the Olympic swimming pool this month. The 20-year-old, who was with Australian Crawl in Burpengary, hit the headlines when smashing the world 100m backstroke record at the recent Australian trials. She will now swim the 100m and 200m backstroke … Read more

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  • Lucky’s focus on ‘little one percenters’ for Tokyo

    Lakeisha ‘Lucky’ Patterson has turned the disruptions of the pandemic to her advantage for the Paralympic Games (August 24-September 5) in Tokyo. The 22-year-old, who does her strength and conditioning, massage and physio in North Lakes, has used the extra time to focus on “little one percenters” which can make a … Read more

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  • Paw-some day out for the whole family

    Pet owners can learn useful tips for caring for their pets and keeping the community safe at Moreton Bay Regional Council’s first ‘Pets in Public Spaces’ education event tomorrow, July 10. The free event is for owners to hear about tips and tricks on how to reduce barking, suitable fencing … Read more

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  • Kallangur man’s $150,000 windfall

    A Kallangur man’s favourite nine numbers have delivered him a $150,000 Keno win after years using the special combination of dates. The man held a Keno Classic 9 Spot winning entry bought at Kallangur Tavern, in draw 239, drawn Sunday and took home $152,859.90. “I have been playing those nine numbers since … Read more

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  • COVID-19 update: Three-day lockdown ordered

    Queensland will go into lockdown for three days from 6pm tonight, after four new cases of COVID-19 were detected in the past 24 hours. Two of these are the result of community transmission. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Chief Health Officer Dr Jeanette Young have just updated the Queensland Community. The two cases … Read more

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  • Keno winner: ‘It feels like a dream’

    When a Bribie Island man checked his Keno ticket at his local bowls club and realised he’d won a $326,000 prize, everyone erupted in cheers. The Queensland player held a Keno Classic 9 Spot winning entry in draw 438, drawn Monday (June 21). His total prize was $326,426.40. Speaking with a Keno … Read more

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