Kylie Knight has worked in community news for more than 22 years as a journalist, sub-editor and editor, mostly in the Moreton Bay Region. She has edited newspapers and magazines, most recently Moreton Life magazine, and produced content for digital audiences online.
Kylie understands the strength of community news and how a local newspaper can bring a community together, shine a light on unsung heroes and lobby for positive change.
Before her career in journalism, she was a public relations officer for Cancer Council Queensland.
The Latest from Kylie
Dolphins NRL prop Jarrod Wallace says the squad will rally around a shattered Tom Gilbert who suffered a season-ending knee injury during a trial game against the Warriors on the weekend. He’s vowed they will play to make Gilbert proud from round one. Here’s what he said
ARIA award-winning singer, Logie-nominated actress and Dancing With The Stars competitor, Samantha Jade will headline Moreton Bay’s biggest LGBTIQA+ celebration, PrideFest. Here’s the details + how to get tickets
With just a few weeks until entries for this year’s 2024 Moreton Bay Business & Innovation Awards close, organisers are calling on the community to nominate young achievers for a new category. Here’s the details
The Redcliffe Dolphins will be looking to break their premiership ‘drought’ this season, with club Chairman Bob Jones declaring at last night’s season launch ‘it’s time we held the trophy again’. Here’s the story + photos from the launch
State Member for Redcliffe and Queensland Attorney-General Yvette DÁth will not contest the next State Election. Here's why ...
Volunteers donning yellow gloves will scour beaches, parks and streets for rubbish across the City of Moreton Bay during and in the lead-up to Clean Up Australia Day on March 3.
Bill Lindsay is proof age is no barrier to making new mates and getting active, but it took a Saturday morning with The Man Walk Redcliffe group to convince him initially
The City of Moreton Bay’s Lunar New Year celebrations at Caboolture on the weekend were the biggest yet – fitting for the Year of the Dragon
Dolphins NRL Assistant Coach Kristian Woolf says he’ll be doing most of the talking to players when they take on the Titans in a trial game at the Sunshine Coast this weekend, but Head Coach will be keeping a close eye on things as he prepares to make decisions about some key positions before round one
Tom Gilbert says he’s not feeling like a caged lion, waiting to be released, but he will need to temper his eagerness to get back into the action when he plays his first game for the Dolphins in more than eight months this Sunday. Here’s what he had to say