When work begins on the $53 million Burpengary train station upgrade in January 2024, one integral part of the station’s history will be retained – a concrete shelter shed which was built more than 100 years ago. Here's the story
Moreton Bay City Council is expected to award a tender for the demolition of Suttons Beach Pavilion at its general meeting tomorrow, with work tipped to start within weeks. Here’s what we know
A growing interest in local history has prompted Duane Hart to publish his second book, The Pictorial History of Redcliffe and the Moreton Bay Region. It includes aerial photos, maps, streetscapes and a record of life from the 1950s-80s
Mousetrap Theatre Company’s building may be closed for structural assessment, but the show continues to go on elsewhere while Moreton Bay Regional Council determines if the building can be repaired. Here’s the latest
Bribie Island Historical Society is spearheading a push to save three WWII structures on the island, one of which is deteriorating at rapid rate. It follows the demolition of two searchlight buildings earlier this month
The magic of Sharon Alback Dance Centre has drawn generations of dancers to the iconic Redcliffe school where its masterful namesake has taught more than dance steps. She describes the school community as a family and they’re about to celebrate a special milestone
The names of five new suburbs being created at Caboolture West which is projected to have 70,000 residents - have now been confirmed.
The impact Ken Peters had on Redcliffe and Queensland will not be forgotten after History Redcliffe documented his contribution in consultation with his family. The long-time Queensland motorsport and photography identity passed away last month, aged 87 years, after a short illness
Bicentennial celebrations should be in full swing at Deception Bay, according to some sources. But they are not. Here's why.
Work is planned at nine sites in Kabi Kabi Country along the Caboolture River, to increase biodiversity and fish habitat while stabilising 2.4kms of eroding riverbank.
Plans have been submitted to incorporate part of an historic Redcliffe building in a new water-front development.
The Wamuran Women's Shed was the winner at the North Lakes Sports Club's International Women's Day event. See the gallery...
The 600-page structural integrity report into the condition of Suttons Beach Pavilion has been released to the public. Here's what the future holds in our FREE to read article...
Two arrows and a “U” carved in rock at Sandstone Point have been entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.
Take a trip down memory lane and learn how to create the perfect environment for nurturing Australian wildlife at an exhibition on at the Redcliffe Museum. There's also workshops available...
As services were held across the region in honour of Remembrance Day, thousands of people came to pay their respects to those who have fought in all wars and conflicts to keep our country safe.