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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

Moreton Bay ANZAC Day services 2024
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Moreton Bay ANZAC Day services 2024

Big crowds are pausing to remember those who have served and continue to serve our country, attending ANZAC Day commemorations across the City of Moreton Bay. Here’s our rolling coverage of the day

Paul Clark is leaving a lasting legacy
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Paul Clark is leaving a lasting legacy

When Redcliffe Uniting Church Senior Minister Paul Clark farewells his congregation this month, after 12 years at the helm, he will leave a lasting legacy of community building.

Remembering our brave veterans on Anzac Day
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Remembering our brave veterans on Anzac Day

As a veteran who served in the British Armed Forces and the Australian Army, taking time to remember those who have fought for freedom is important to Ron Court, who is the president of the Caboolture-Morayfield RSL Sub Branch. Read more about his service and how his family was impacted by war here

Call to turn the litter tide for turtles
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Call to turn the litter tide for turtles

A family event will be held next month in a bid to raise awareness of the turtles who call Moreton Bay home, and those who may nest on Redcliffe Peninsula beaches.

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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.

Redcliffe music festival a success
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Redcliffe music festival a success

The inaugural ‘Where We Belong’ Music Festival, organised independently by Tribe Social Belonging in collaboration with Redcliffe Area Youth Space, celebrated a spectacular debut two weeks ago. Here's the story

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 **

Redcliffe veteran continues to serve community

Redcliffe veteran continues to serve community

Providing wellbeing and advocacy support to veterans has always been the aim for Carol Orr. Here's the story

Caring for our furry friends

Caring for our furry friends

Caring for and improving the lives of furry friends is a labour of love for volunteers at Peninsula Animal Aid. Here's the story

Ready to serve when disaster strikes
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Ready to serve when disaster strikes

Philip Carton has a passion for helping the community during a disaster and has been volunteering with Redcliffe SES for nine years. Here's the story

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 **

Volunteer Week: Selflessness, a vital ingredient
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Volunteer Week: Selflessness, a vital ingredient

The kitchen at Redcliffe Meals on Wheels is bustling from 5.30am as volunteers including Keith Leadbetter prepare meals for their clients. We shine a light on him as we celebrate National Volunteer Week.

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 **