Nick Crockford

Nick has been a journalist for more than 30 years, working for weekly and major daily (morning and evening) newspapers, as well as in public relations and radio in Australia and the UK.

He has led teams covering such as the English Premier League, World Cup Finals and Olympic Games, but says community news is his first love.

Nick has lived in the Moreton Bay Region for more than 20 years and is heavily involved with two of the region’s largest football clubs.

The Latest from Nick

Post office to close in weeks
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Post office to close in weeks

Redcliffe Post Office, at Bluewater Square, will shut its doors for the last time next month.

National glory for young stars
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National glory for young stars

Moreton Bay trampolinists have brought a handsome haul of medals and titles back from the Australian Gymnastics Championships. ** FREE TO READ **

Paying up for our pets
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Paying up for our pets

The number of unpaid registrations for cats and dogs has fallen dramatically across the City of Moreton Bay. See the figures ** FREE TO READ **

Work to start on $176m overpass upgrade
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Work to start on $176m overpass upgrade

Designs are being finalised and work on the Linkfield Road Overpass upgrade is set to start in coming months. Check out the designs. ** FREE TO READ **

Final countdown for Tillies' trio
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Final countdown for Tillies' trio

Cortnee Vine, Teagan Micah and Sharn Freier are within touching distance of flying the flag for Moreton Bay at the Paris Olympic Games. ** FREE TO READ **

Raptors' record for national titles
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Raptors' record for national titles

Moreton Bay Raptors, based at Deception Bay, will have a record number of players at the National Gridiron Championships, which start this weekend. ** FREE TO READ **

Tydal launch for new apartments
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Tydal launch for new apartments

Tydal Woody Point, the latest Moreton Bay development by Traders in Purple, has today started VIP sales of its waterfront apartments. ** FREE TO READ **

Last orders for Dude and Duke
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Last orders for Dude and Duke

Dude and Duke Beer Hall, on Deception Bay Rd, will close its doors for the last time at the end of next week. ** FREE TO READ **

Warning shot after developer pulls out
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Warning shot after developer pulls out

A developer’s decision to pull out of Waraba has led Mayor Peter Flannery to tell the State Government to “start getting serious about the housing crisis”. ** FREE TO READ **

Keanu, 6, ready to take on world
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Keanu, 6, ready to take on world

Six-year-old Keanu Samson, from Mango Hill, will soon pack his bags and fly 15,000km for the ‘Super Bowl’ of children’s golf. ** FREE TO READ **