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news   •   15-5-2021  •   Jodie Powell

Good times, great causes

Belvedere Social Club seeks new members…

news   •   14-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Raiders turn up heat on leaders

Moreton Bay Raiders Under 15 Division Three beat Aspley Devils 18-4 in hot, heavy conditions at Ken Hayward Oval on Sunday to keep the pressure on Albany Creek Crushers at the top of the ladder.…

Local News   •   14-5-2021  •   Jodie Powell

Belated birthday bash for Beachmere

Suburb celebrates sesquicentenary…

news   •   14-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

The Lakes hit back to share points

The Lakes FC Under 15 Division One side came from behind share the points against Rochedale at Kinsellas Sports Complex, North Lakes on Sunday.…

Local News   •   14-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

School's four-some program

Redcliffe State High School’s Program of Excellence was just 50cms short of an unprecedented clean sweep of qualifiers for South East Queensland’s top school’s rugby league competitions.…

Outdoors   •   14-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

How weather affects fishing

After plenty of rain in recent weeks, fishing expert Tony Lincoln explains how weather conditions affect your chances of reeling in a decent catch.…

Editor's Pick


Local News   •   10-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Explore edible garden trail

If you’ve tried growing fruit and vegetables in your garden at home, without success, it might be worth taking a drive to Samford on May 16 for meandering along The Samford Edible Garden Trail.…

Local News   •   7-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

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.…

Local News   •   7-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Huge $32.75m boost for Youngs Crossing upgrade

The long-awaited upgrade of Youngs Crossing Road, over North Pine River, has today taken a huge $32.75 million step forward.…

Your chance to back the Dolphins’ NRL bid

Today, Moreton Daily is turning red as we launch a grassroots, community campaign to get the Dolphins over the line in their bid to win the 17th NRL licence.…

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. We check in on Angel and the couple already showering him with love.…

Dolphins' NRL Bid: ‘We’re ready’

It’s a moment more than 70 years in the making and the Dolphins are ready to make their case for an NRL licence as the ARL begins its process to select the 17th team.…


Editor's Pick


Local News   •   10-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Explore edible garden trail

If you’ve tried growing fruit and vegetables in your garden at home, without success, it might be worth taking a drive to Samford on May 16 for meandering along The Samford Edible Garden Trail.…

Local News   •   7-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

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.…

Local News   •   7-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Huge $32.75m boost for Youngs Crossing upgrade

The long-awaited upgrade of Youngs Crossing Road, over North Pine River, has today taken a huge $32.75 million step forward.…

Local Sport   •   7-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Your chance to back the Dolphins’ NRL bid

Today, Moreton Daily is turning red as we launch a grassroots, community campaign to get the Dolphins over the line in their bid to win the 17th NRL licence.…

Local News   •   6-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

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. We check in on Angel and the couple already showering him with love.…

Local News   •   4-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Dolphins' NRL Bid: ‘We’re ready’

It’s a moment more than 70 years in the making and the Dolphins are ready to make their case for an NRL licence as the ARL begins its process to select the 17th team.…

Local News   •   10-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Explore edible garden trail

If you’ve tried growing fruit and vegetables in your garden at home, without success, it might be worth taking a drive to Samford on May 16 for meandering along The Samford Edible Garden Trail.…

Local News   •   7-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

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.…

Local News   •   7-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Huge $32.75m boost for Youngs Crossing upgrade

The long-awaited upgrade of Youngs Crossing Road, over North Pine River, has today taken a huge $32.75 million step forward.…

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.…

Bluey and Bingo to headline KiteFest

The program for Redcliffe KiteFest has been announced as tickets go on sale and little ones get excited about seeing headliners Bluey and Bingo on the Sesame Lane Main Stage.…

Pay your respects on Anzac Day

Here’s our guide to what’s happening across Moreton Bay on April 25.…

Students setting the record straight about road safety

Road safety song a timely reminder as Term 2 begins…

Upcoming Events

26th June   •  Festivals

6th Annual Rodeo | Sandstone Point Hotel

Hold onto your hats, the 5th Annual Rodeo is coming to Sandstone Point Hotel on Saturday 31st October for one massive afternoon and evening of live entertainment, music and fun for Brisbane families and country lovers.…

3rd July - 4th July   •  Arts, Culture & Heritage

Abbey Medieval Festival

The Moreton Bay Region has been host to the world's biggest, most authentic, annual medieval re-enactment in the southern hemisphere, a truly immersive medieval experience that transports festival-goers back to the days of kings, Vikings, fair maidens, knights and peasants. …

Abbey Medieval Festival

3rd July - 4th July
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18th July
Festivals

Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run

Get ready, Get set and GO! The annual Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run (J2J), everyone’s favourite fun run is back on Sunday 18th July. …

30th July - 1st August
Eat & Drink

Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival 2021

Moreton Bay’s most delectable festival is back in 2021, tastier than ever before.…

28th November
Eat & Drink

Caboolture Christmas Carols

Join us as we celebrate the festive season on Sunday 28th November 2021 at Centenary Lakes Park and sing-along to your favourite Christmas songs at the Caboolture Christmas Carols.…

5th December
Eat & Drink

North Lakes Christmas Carols

Get excited for the festive season with the North Lakes Christmas Carols on Sunday 6th December 2020!…

Local News

School's four-some program

Redcliffe State High School’s Program of Excellence was just 50cms short of an unprecedented clean sweep of qualifiers for South East Queensland’s top school’s rugby league competitions.…

Dr Joel's $10,000 ride to Redcliffe

Dr Joel Dulhunty is back at Redcliffe Hospital after completing a marathon 42-day fundraising Ride for Research.…

New $15.8 million centre to be officially opened

The new $15.8 million Indoor Centre and rugby union and touch football clubhouse facilities at Brendale’s South Pine Sports Complex will be officially opened on Saturday.…

Australia's 'brightest talents' coming to Moreton Bay Region

The Women’s National Rugby League Championships are coming to Redcliffe next week, with 500 players and officials expected to pump $700,000 into the region’s economy.…

Local News   •   14-5-2021  •   Jodie Powell

Belated birthday bash for Beachmere

Suburb celebrates sesquicentenary…

Local News   •   12-5-2021  •   Jodie Powell

Redcliffe Tigers tackle snake on the field

The Redcliffe Tigers AFL Club’s senior women’s team got more than they bargained for in last weekend’s match against Alexandra Hills.…

Lifestyle

Outdoors   •   14-5-2021  •   Kylie Knight

How weather affects fishing

After plenty of rain in recent weeks, fishing expert Tony Lincoln explains how weather conditions affect your chances of reeling in a decent catch.…

Dining   •   11-5-2021  •   Jodie Powell

Sweet venue tempts the tastebuds

Get the scoop on new dessert venue…

Janine's dream is now a Roar

When Janine Gierus moved to Samford last year she had a dream to open her own shop. Now that dream has come true.…

Inspiration to spoil mum on Mother's Day

Have you left Mother’s Day planning to the last minute? There’s no need to stress – we’ve got you covered, from gorgeous gifts to places to take her for breakfast, brunch or lunch. …

Tactile element to work

Artist Stephen Mills thrives on playing with colour and texture, which will be on show in abundance during his exhibition at the Old Fire Station Gallery this month.…

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.…

Sport

news   •   14-5-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Raiders turn up heat on leaders

Moreton Bay Raiders Under 15 Division Three beat Aspley Devils 18-4 in hot, heavy conditions at Ken Hayward Oval on Sunday to keep the pressure on Albany Creek Crushers at the top of the ladder.…

The Lakes hit back to share points

The Lakes FC Under 15 Division One side came from behind share the points against Rochedale at Kinsellas Sports Complex, North Lakes on Sunday.…

Dean makes grade at Queensland Junior Cup

Rothwell student Dean Linsdell took one of the major awards at the 2021 Queensland Junior Cup at Caboolture Bowl.…

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