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Photo gallery: Redcliffe Show 2024
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Photo gallery: Redcliffe Show 2024

Locals and visitors flocked to the 2024 Redcliffe Show, taking in woodchopping, displays and classic cars, as well as enjoying rides, games and action in the main ring. Check out the photo gallery

Team effort to build Hampo’s legacy
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Team effort to build Hampo’s legacy

When the Redcliffe Dolphins and Tweed Seagulls play later this month, they will honour a mate and the legacy his family is continuing in his name

Peninsula Animal Aid’s call for help
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Peninsula Animal Aid’s call for help

Peninsula Animal Aid urgently needs to raise $150,000 by June 30 to continue its work, as the volunteer-run animal shelter struggles to cover rising costs and the increasing number of animals being surrendered. Here’s how you can help

Donations needed for preloved clothing sale
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Donations needed for preloved clothing sale

Sesame Lane centres across the City of Moreton Bay are collecting items for the Chic for Charity preloved clothing sale on June 8 which will raise money for child protection charity Bravehearts. Here’s how to donate + details about the sale and how to pick up a bargain

Runners support The Breakfast Club Redcliffe
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Runners support The Breakfast Club Redcliffe

This year’s Jetty 2 Jetty Half Marathon & Fun Run will raise money for The Breakfast Club Redcliffe as cost-of-living pressures and the housing crisis cause a surge in demand. Here’s what’s happening and how you can help

Connecting with nature through art

Artist and environmental educator Bethan Burton will share tips on how to connect with nature through art, when she opens her home studio as part of this year’s Samford Arts Trail and Open Studios event. Find out more about her craft here

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Shovels in ground for new homes
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Shovels in ground for new homes

Construction is underway in Caboolture on 24 new one-bedroom social homes, which are expected to be completed mid-next year.

Work starts at new Maccas
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Work starts at new Maccas

Construction has started in Rothwell on a new McDonald’s restaurant which will create more than 220 jobs during construction and when open.

Pilot project to save our waterways
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Pilot project to save our waterways

Steps are being taken in the City of Moreton Bay to minimise environmental harm in waterways from erosion, soil sediment and construction by-products.

Old uniforms making a material difference
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Old uniforms making a material difference

A dedicated group of volunteers who make unique clothing for children from old emergency services uniforms is looking for more people to join them. Here's how you can help...

Brenden's pride at top Paris honour
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Brenden's pride at top Paris honour

Brenden Hall - who grew-up and trained in Moreton Bay - is “over the bloody moon” at being named one of Australia’s two flag bearers at the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony.

Ferny Hills street library fostering connection
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Ferny Hills street library fostering connection

A new street library and community pantry at Ferny Hills is helping young adults with disabilities forge deeper connections with the local community. Find out where it is...

$69m to strengthen dam wall
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$69m to strengthen dam wall

North Pine Dam, which stores drinking water for Moreton Bay and north Brisbane, will undergo more than $69 million of strengthening work.

Green light for retirement village plan
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Green light for retirement village plan

Plans for a 97-unit retirement village, on the former Frawleys Tennis Courts at Rothwell, have been approved by Moreton Bay City Council - despite protests from local residents.

The Bogan Prince of comedy to hit Redcliffe stage

The Bogan Prince of comedy to hit Redcliffe stage

‘The Bogan Prince’ of Australian comedy, Steven Whiteley is hitting the stage at the Redcliffe Musical Theatre for his first ever local show. Here's the details

Stepping back in time at sold out Abbey
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Stepping back in time at sold out Abbey

Thousands of knights, earls, dukes, damsels and queens were joined by 25,000 visitors at the weekend’s sold out Abbey Medieval Festival. PICTURE SPECIAL