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Families   •   25-1-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Back to school: twice the fun

Twins Tanya and Tawana Zinyemba will help each other overcome first-day nerves when they join a record number of Prep pupils at Mango Hill State School this week. They can’t wait to make new friends and play.…

Local News   •   18-1-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Putting fleece to good use

Fleece from alpacas, llamas and sheep at White Ridge Farm will bring some warmth to the homeless thanks to the tireless efforts of a Petrie great grandmother…

Local News   •   18-1-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Cool twist for Chilli Coffee

It’s iced coffee, but not as you know it! Moreton Bay Region’s Chilli Coffee has joined forces with 4 Real Milk to produce a beverage that will leave you wanting more.…

Local News   •   14-1-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Uni makes 1400 offers

The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) has so far made almost 1400 offers of study for Semester 1 this year at its Moreton Bay campus in Petrie.…

Local News   •   14-1-2021  •   Jodie Powell

School-leavers urged to pick a gap year

Harvest Trail trial matches jobseekers with rural work…

Business News   •   14-1-2021  •   Jodie Powell

New business good for the soul

A new North Lakes business is creating a one-stop shop for natural healing and therapies.…

Education

Uni makes 1400 offers

The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) has so far made almost 1400 offers of study for Semester 1 this year at its Moreton Bay campus in Petrie.…

Club’s special back-to-school gifts

Forty-five students in the Caboolture region will receive a special back-to-school package thanks to Brisbane American Motorcycle Club (BAMC).…

Shining lights in Class of 2020

Schools in the Moreton Bay Region have revealed some details of their first ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks) students’ achievements.…

Heartfelt note makes lollipop ladies smile

A letter penned by a Year 5 Mango Hill State School student moved crossing supervisor Andi Halliwell to tears – of happiness.…

Families   •   25-1-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Back to school: twice the fun

Twins Tanya and Tawana Zinyemba will help each other overcome first-day nerves when they join a record number of Prep pupils at Mango Hill State School this week. They can’t wait to make new friends and play.…

Education   •   17-12-2020  •   Kylie Knight

Research to help reset, regroup, recover

Twenty businesses from across the Moreton Bay Region have been involved in a USC research project to explore how they’ve responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s hoped the findings will help others recover well beyond next year.…

Business News

Local News   •   18-1-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Putting fleece to good use

Fleece from alpacas, llamas and sheep at White Ridge Farm will bring some warmth to the homeless thanks to the tireless efforts of a Petrie great grandmother…

Local News   •   18-1-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Cool twist for Chilli Coffee

It’s iced coffee, but not as you know it! Moreton Bay Region’s Chilli Coffee has joined forces with 4 Real Milk to produce a beverage that will leave you wanting more.…

Businesses welcome end to lockdown

Chambers of commerce in the Moreton Bay Region are cautiously welcoming the State Government’s decision yesterday to end the three-day COVID-19 lockdown.…

Customer focus sparks innovation

Metromatics delivering quality for clients…

STEM Punks finds silver lining in challenging year

STEM Punks reaching a global audience thanks to COVID-19…

Seizing opportunity for change

Stanley Roads in Brendale weathered the COVID-19 shutdown keeping all its staff - and is now benefitting from having to do things ‘differently’.…

Jobs

Local News   •   14-1-2021  •   Jodie Powell

School-leavers urged to pick a gap year

Harvest Trail trial matches jobseekers with rural work…

Record-breaking road works

Wheels are set to roll in Caboolture on the biggest road resurfacing project in Moreton Bay Regional Council’s 2020-21 program.…

Barry Juffs honoured for more than half a century of service

When a fresh-faced Barry Juffs started work for Moreton Bay Regional Council as a 17-year-old in 1967, he’d never have believed the teenagers of 2020 are expected to have 17 different jobs in their lifetime.…

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