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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 Stories   •   22-10-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Tips for getting kids in the garden

Russell Young from Garden Gems, gives up his secrets to getting the kids into the garden.…

Gardening   •   17-10-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Create your own piece of paradise with these resort-style outdoor living spaces

Top tips and tricks to getting the backyard of your dreams…

Restaurants   •   12-10-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Where to eat and drink in Albany Creek

Two hidden gems in Albany Creek. …

Local Stories   •   12-10-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Historic school building still standing almost 150 years later

Morayfield State School has a rich history, with a piece of that still used as a detention classroom today. …

Local Stories   •   9-10-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Phillip Piperides is the man behind the Bee Gees Way Sculpture and other Brisbane creations.

The Sculpture behind many of South East Queensland iconic bronze statues, including the two of the Bee Gees in Bee Gees Way, hails from the Moreton Bay Region.…

Outdoors   •   21-9-2018  •   Kylie Knight

What you need to know about Koalas in Moreton Bay

We sat down with Peter Dowse from Pine Rivers Koala Care Association to get the 411 on all things koalas. Moreton Bay Region is lucky to be home to some of Australia’s cutest wildlife animals including the koala so it is important to get-to-know these furry friends to keep us all safe!…

Local Stories   •   18-9-2018  •   Kylie Knight

The Caboolture Butter Factory helped shine the light on the district

It all began with butter, a catchy jingle and successful advertisement campaign turned Caboolture Fruit Yoghurt into a household name in the 1980s, but the history of the place it was once manufactured goes far further back. …

Restaurants   •   17-9-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Best of Everton Hills eats

The hidden gems of where to eat in Everton Hills. They're places you must eat and drink at! …

Gardening   •   15-9-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Kitchen garden offers plenty for your table

There's nothing like eating the produce you've grown in your own backyard and the vegie patch seems to be enjoying a revival.…

Local Stories   •   4-9-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Artist Tricia Reust chasing her best yet

Local artist Tricia Reust, still chasing her best piece to take out the Bald Archy …

Local Stories   •   27-8-2018  •   Kylie Knight

War on the word waste has been declared

Waste is a dirty word in the eyes of Alice Star and Phil Garozzo, whose small farm at Draper makes good use of organic material which would usually end up in landfill. …

Restaurants   •   24-8-2018  •   Kylie Knight

Making a difference by serving sustainability on a plate

Foodies flock to a cafe in Redcliffe, which offers its customers a special experience while helping preserve the planet.…

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