Kylie Knight

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.

Local News   •   7-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

North Lakes Lions in full swing

The new North Lakes Lions Club board has hit the ground running, with the resumption of fundraising events and its Wish Tank initiative, and a donation to the SES. Here’s what they’re up to…

Local News   •   5-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Tough questions on Bribie WWII forts

UPDATE: First pictures are in of the demolished Bribie Island WWII forts. Moreton Daily put a series of questions to the State Government on the decision to collapse the heritage-listed structures …

Local News   •   5-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Menu made in Moreton Bay

Ocean View farmer and passionate advocate for local produce Jacki Hinchey is eating only what is grown or made in the Moreton Bay Region this month. It’s not a social media stunt, instead a bid to better understand what is available and how it can be used. Here’s what’s on the menu…

Local News   •   4-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Stunning makeover for boutique

Stepping inside the new-look Orange Sherbet fashion boutique at Redcliffe, you can’t help but say, ‘wow, this is beautiful’ and that’s exactly what founder Katie Naprasnik intended when she and her team decided to embark on a massive revamp and expansion. We take a look…

Local News   •   4-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Redcliffe V Wynnum bayside battle

All the ingredients are there for an epic battle of the bayside clubs when the Redcliffe Dolphins’ Hostplus Cup and Hastings Deering Colts take on the Wynnum Manly Seagulls at Moreton Daily Stadium on Sunday. We chat to Head Coach Scott Murray…

Local News   •   4-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Parts of WWII forts on Bribie to be 'collapsed'

Parts of the northern and southern WWII forts on Bribie Island will be collapsed following corrosion of the structures, ‘as a result of recent severe weather’. Here’s what we know…

Local News   •   4-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Research role with patients in mind

Redcliffe Hospital’s inaugural Senior Nursing Researcher, Amanda Fox, will combine her clinical experience with her passion for education and research in her new role. The position has been created thanks to the generosity of supporters of the Raise it for Redcliffe fundraising campaign…

Local News   •   3-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Local experiences make Best of Queensland list

More than 30 tourism operators and attractions from across the Moreton Bay Region have made the Best of Queensland Experiences list. We reveal who they are…

Local News   •   3-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Perfect blend for foodie festival

Expect plenty of laughs and to learn how to make the perfect paella with Moreton Bay bugs, when Spanish-Australian celebrity chef Miguel Maestre takes the stage at Moreton Bay Food + Wine Festival this month. We chat to Channel 10’s The Living Room star…

Local News   •   3-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Honour for service to shows

The countdown is on to this year’s EKKA, and Redcliffe Show Society’s Barbara Mapp is doing her bit as an honorary council steward. Agricultural shows are in her blood and her service to Queensland shows has been recognised …

Local News   •   2-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

Three return, three out for Warriors V Bunnies clash

The Vodafone Warriors will welcome three players back and have lost three to injury for their round 21 clash against South Sydney at the Sunshine Coast this weekend…

Local News   •   2-8-2022  •   Kylie Knight

RBA hikes interest rates again

The Reserve Bank of Australia has announced it will lift interest rates by 50 basis points from 1.35 per cent to 1.85 per cent.…

1 2 ... 95